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Sumba Man with Wooden Siri-Betel Box

I was espeically fond of containers - and Sumba had many, many types of containers for textiles, objects and jewelry. A favorite use was to hold siri-betel nut, which was often eaten by the locals (to the detriment of their teeth). Siri-betel was a mild drug, found in the fields, and immediately offered to a guest when they entered someone’s home.
This picture was taken to specifically capture the wooden box this Sumba man is wearing. It contains his siri-betel while he is at market. 
This man is wearing the cotton black material (kain) often used by men and women in their daily activities. The folds of how the sarong is worn appears unique to Sumba.
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