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Into Africa : a journey through the ancient empires

Author: Marq De Villiers; Sheila Hirtle
Publisher: Toronto : Key Porter Books, ©1997.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
De Villiers, Marq.
Into Africa.
Toronto : Key Porter Books, ©1997
(OCoLC)605369628
Named Person: Marq De Villiers; Marq De Villiers
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marq De Villiers; Sheila Hirtle
ISBN: 1550138847 9781550138849
OCLC Number: 37369547
Notes: Maps on lining papers.
Description: 400 pages : illustrations (some color), maps ; 25 cm
Contents: Monomotapa : Great Zimbabwe. The high hills of Chimanimani. The Makuni of Zambia. Monomotapa's heirs. "This deadly thing". The Luba-lunda and the Zairian pogroms. The crocodile man. Among the lions. Ngorongoro and Serengeti. Among the Maasai --
The land of Zanj and the birth of the Swahili : The sharks of Mogadishu. Lamu and Shela. Mombasa. Zanzibar and mafia. Dar es Salaam and the Tanzanian Littoral. Kilwa Kisiwani, the royal city. Golden Sofala --
Towards Azania : The view from Thaba Bosiu. Azania. Sobhuza's heirs. The Kalahari. The thirstland and the Skeleton Coast --
Kongo : The ManiKongo kings and the dark queen of the Mbundu. The Congo River. Loango. Bangui. Gabon. Equatorial Guinea. São Tomé and Príncipe. Cameroon --
The Gulf of Guinea : The rain forests of Cameroon. The little kingdoms. Ife, Oyo, and Benin. Dahomey. The Ashanti. The Ivory coast. Slavery's stepchildren: Liberia and Sierra Leone. The Sahel: the golden empires of the sun : Old Ghana. The kingdom of Mali. Songhai. Kanem-Bornu. The Tuareg and Timbuktu. The Fulani. The Hausa kingdoms. Colonial Sahel. The Dogon --
The Maghreb and the Barbary Coast : The old Maghreb. Morocco. Algeria. Tunisia. Libya --
The longest river : Egypt. Meroë and Kush. Axum and Ethiopia --
The Great Rift : The Baganda kings. The mountains of the moon. Rwanda and Burundi. The Kenya Highlands. The world according to moi. Olduvai and Lucy's kin.
Responsibility: Marq de Villiers and Sheila Hirtle.
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