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BOLIVIA-DAYOFTHEDEAD/
RTS2TTIH 
November 01, 2019 
Men play flutes next to an offering to pay tribute on the Day of the Dead in El Alto, Bolivia November... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
Men play flutes next to an offering to pay tribute on the Day of the Dead in El Alto 
Men play flutes next to an offering to pay tribute on the Day of the Dead in El Alto, Bolivia November 1,2019. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BOLIVIA-DAYOFTHEDEAD/
RTS2TTIF 
November 01, 2019 
Men play flutes next to an offering to pay tribute on the Day of the Dead in El Alto, Bolivia November... 
El Alto, Bolivia 
Men play flutes next to an offering to pay tribute on the Day of the Dead in El Alto 
Men play flutes next to an offering to pay tribute on the Day of the Dead in El Alto, Bolivia November 1,2019. REUTERS/David Mercado 
BRAZIL
RTXNP96 
August 14, 2005 
Waura Indians play the "Urua" flute during the Quarup festival of the dead in Alto Xingu park in the... 
Xingu, Brazil 
Waura Indians play the "Urua" flute during the Quarup festival of the dead in Alto Xingu park in the..... 
Waura Indians play the "Urua" flute during the Quarup festival of the dead in Alto Xingu park in the lower Amazon August 14, 2005. The "Quarup" is a ritual performed by the Indians of the Xingu region in Brazil in homage to their dead. In this ceremony, they not only honor past heroes, but also seek to pass on their virtues to the younger generations, keeping them alive in the spirit and practices of the tribe. 
BRAZIL INDIANS
RTRKI15 
August 14, 2005 
Waura Indians play the "Urua" flute during the Quarup festival of the dead in Alto Xingu park in the... 
Xingu, Brazil 
Waura Indians play the "Urua" flute during the Quarup festival of the dead in Alto Xingu park in the... 
Waura Indians play the "Urua" flute during the Quarup festival of the dead in Alto Xingu park in the lower Amazon. Waura Indians play the "Urua" flute during the Quarup festival of the dead in Alto Xingu park in the lower Amazon August 14, 2005. The "Quarup" is a ritual performed by the Indians of the Xingu region in Brazil in homage to their dead. In this ceremony, they not only honor past heroes, but also seek to pass on their virtues to the younger generations, keeping them alive in the spirit and practices of the tribe. REUTERS/Sergio Moraes 
PXP118D
RTRVOR 
July 23, 2003 
Members of the Yawalapiti tribe member play a Uruan flute as part of the
"Quarup" festival at their... 
Xingu, Brazil - 
YAWALAPITI TRIBE MEMBER PERFORMS SPIRITUAL DANCE RITUAL DURING
QUARUP IN XINGU. 
Members of the Yawalapiti tribe member play a Uruan flute as part of the
"Quarup" festival at their village in Alto Xingu in the lower Amazon, July
19, 2003. The "Quarup" festival, an Indian ceremony to honor the illustrious
dead, this year is honoree Brazil's most renowned indianist Orlando
Villas-Boas, who died last December 2002. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker
PP03070081

PW 
BRAZIL INDIANS XINGU
RTRPYI 
July 19, 2003 
A member of the Yawalapiti tribe member plays a Uruan flute as part of
"Quarup" festival at their village... 
Alto Xingu, Brazil - 
YAWALAPITI TRIBE MEMBER PERFORMS SPIRITUAL DANCE RITUAL DURING QUARUP
IN XINGU. 
A member of the Yawalapiti tribe member plays a Uruan flute as part of
"Quarup" festival at their village in Alto Xingu in the lower Amazon,
July 19, 2003. The "Quarup" festival, an Indian

ceremony to honor the illustrious dead, this year is honoree Brazil's
most renowned indianist Orlando Villas-Boas, who died last December
2002. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker 
BRAZIL INDIANS
RTR128R 
July 18, 2003 
Yawalapiti Indians play the 'Urua' flute in preparation for the
'Quarup' festival of the dead in the... 
Xingu, Brazil - 
ALTO XINGU INDIANS PERFORM SPIRITUAL DANCE. 
Yawalapiti Indians play the 'Urua' flute in preparation for the
'Quarup' festival of the dead in the lower Amazon, July 18, 2003. The
'Quarup' festival is celebrated in honor of the Orlando Villas-Boas,
the last of four brothers who founded the Indian park where the
Yawalapiti live. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker/TO GO WITH FEATURE
BRAZIL-INDIANS

PW 
PXP127D
RTRVRN 
July 18, 2003 
Yawalapiti Indians play the "Urua" flute in preparation for the
"Quarup" festival of the dead in the... 
Xingu, Brazil - 
ALTO XINGU INDIANS PERFORM SPIRITUAL DANCE DURING QUARUP FESTIVAL OF
THE DEAD IN XINGU. 
Yawalapiti Indians play the "Urua" flute in preparation for the
"Quarup" festival of the dead in the lower Amazon, July 18, 2003. The
"Quarup" festival is celebrated in honor of the Orlando Villas-Boas,
the last of four brothers who founded the Indian park where the
Yawalapiti live. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PP03070081

PW 
PXP126D
RTRVPL 
July 18, 2003 
Yawalapiti Indians play the "Urua" flute in preparation for the
"Quarup" festival of the dead in the... 
Xingu, Brazil - 
ALTO XINGU INDIANS PERFORM SPIRITUAL DANCE DURING QUARUP FESTIVAL OF
THE DEAD IN XINGU. 
Yawalapiti Indians play the "Urua" flute in preparation for the
"Quarup" festival of the dead in the lower Amazon, July 18, 2003. The
"Quarup" festival is celebrated in honor of the Orlando Villas-Boas,
the last of four brothers who founded the Indian park where the
Yawalapiti live. REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker PP03070081

PW 
BRAZIL INDIAN
RTRW0DP 
May 12, 2002 
A Yawalapiti indian exits a hut playing an Urua flute as part of a
dance and music ritual of "good energies",... 
Alto Xingu, Brazil - 
YAWALAPITI INDIAN PLAYS LONG FLUTE DURING AS PART OF DANCE RITUAL AT
XINGU RESERVE IN THE LOWER AMAZON.... 
A Yawalapiti indian exits a hut playing an Urua flute as part of a
dance and music ritual of "good energies", inside their village in the
Alto Xingu, part of the lower Amazon, on May 12, 2002. A group of two
to four indians march from hut to hut for several consecutive hours,
welcoming good spirits. Most impressive of all is the way the
Yawalipiti rejoice in their feasts and traditions. Naked, except for
feather headdresses, paint from neck to ankle and belts with tassels
over the genitals, the tribe's men and women practice the kuarup dance,
marching back in forth in the central area of the village. Life is
still communal, with each hut housing an extended family, and everyone
sleeps in hammocks. The Yawalapiti are one of 17 tribes living inside
the Xingu Indigenous Park, a reserve created in 1961 roughly the size
of Belgium, to protect the indians, and is home to an estimated 4,000
people. REUTERS/Gregg Newton FOR RELEASE WITH FEATURE BRAZIL-INDIAN
REUTERS

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BRAZIL INDIANS XINGU
RTRVG7F 
May 12, 2002 
A member of the Yawalapiti tribe member plays a Urua flute as part of a
ritual of "good energies," at... 
Alto Xingu, Brazil - 
YAWALAPITI TRIBE MEMBER PERFORMS SPIRITUAL DANCE RITUAL AT XINGU
RESERVE IN LOWER AMAZON. 
A member of the Yawalapiti tribe member plays a Urua flute as part of a
ritual of "good energies," at their village in Alto Xingu in the lower
Amazon, May 12, 2002. Four tribe members go from hut to hut, performing
the ritual the during year leading up to a Quarup festival, or 'ritual
of the dead'. Once on the border of extinction, the Yawalapiti have
built their tribe up to 180 members from just seven some 50 years ago
through inter-marriage with other Xinguano tribes in the same cultural
area. The tribe lives almost exclusively from fishing and are famous
for their "Quarup" festival, which takes place in the year following
the death of a tribe member of chieftan family lineage. SECOND OF SIX
PICTURES REUTERS/Gregg Newton

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BRAZIL INDIANS XINGU
RTR52FM 
May 12, 2002 
A member of the Yawalapiti tribe member plays a Urua flute as part of a
ritual of "good energies," at... 
Alto Xingu, Brazil - 
YAWALAPITI TRIBE MEMBER PERFORMS SPIRITUAL DANCE RITUAL AT XINGU
RESERVE IN LOWER AMAZON. 
A member of the Yawalapiti tribe member plays a Urua flute as part of a
ritual of "good energies," at their village in Alto Xingu in the lower
Amazon, May 12, 2002. Four tribe members go from hut to hut, performing
the ritual the during year leading up to a Quarup festival, or 'ritual
of the dead'. Once on the border of extinction, the Yawalapiti have
built their tribe up to 180 members from just seven some 50 years ago
through inter-marriage with other Xinguano tribes in the same cultural
area. The tribe lives almost exclusively from fishing and are famous
for their "Quarup" festival, which takes place in the year following
the death of a tribe member of chieftan family lineage. SECOND OF SIX
PICTURES - REUTERS/Gregg Newton

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