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The Native Title legislation has also brought archaeologists into the courtroom, since oral testimony is considered insufﬁcient to demonstrate continuity from pre-colonial times (Lilley 2000). There are now a growing number of land claims and cases that have challenged and confronted the discipline of anthropology in Australia, including, for example, the Daniel v State of Western Australia (1999) in which the anthropologist’s primary research data in relation to Ngarluma and Yindijibarndi peoples was subpoenaed prior to the trial; Yorta Yorta and the judge’s criticism of particular anthropological evidence.
There, during the course of several hundred years up to the end of the ﬁrst millennium, they absorbed some of the Southern Nilotes and at the same time adopted many of their practices, some of which, such as circumcision, could be traced back to origins among Cushitic peoples. In this way those Eastern Nilotes who followed the Southern Nilotes, adding to whatever Cushitic traits they may already have acquired before migrating south, acquired further Cushitic practices from the Southern Nilotes as intermediaries.
G. Dinka, Nuer, Luo) seem likely to have moved ﬁrst and in a westerly direction to occupy the grasslands around the conﬂuence of the Bahr el Ghazal and the Nile. The proto-Southern Nilotes, having been for a long time in contact with neighbouring Cushiticspeaking peoples in their homeland north of Lake Turkana, had acquired from them not only Cushitic vocabularies but also social practices such as circumcision, clitoridectomy, a prohibition on eating ﬁsh, and cyclical age set naming systems, all of which are not known among the Western Nilotes.