Contact: Lee J. Siegel
University of Utah
Caption: Enga clan members in Papua New Guinea offer pieces of pork in a 2011 village court compensation ceremony to settle a homicide case without starting a war among clans. The ceremony took place near the Enga provincial capital of Wabag.
Credit: Polly Wiessner, University of Utah.
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