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cover General History of Africa

Volume IV: Africa from the Twelfth to the Sixteenth Century (Main edition)

Edited by D. T. Niane

Multiple History series

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45,70 € €

Livre, 752 pages, photos, illustrations, maps

Format: 24 x 16 cm (hardback)

1984, 978-92-3-101710-0


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UNESCO Publishing / Heinemann / University of California Press 

Publié également en français
Publié également en espagnol
Publié également en chinois
Publié également en arabe
Publié également en arabe
Publié également en portugais

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This groundbreaking work was the first of its type to present the entire history of the African continent. The collection sheds light on the pre-colonial era and interweaves Africa’s destiny with the rest of humanity’s, examining its interaction with other continents and the role of Africans in the dialogue between civilizations. Published in eight volumes.

In volume IV, chapter I gives a general introducation to the themes and major areas covered in the subsequent chapters. Chapters 2-5 deal with the Magrhib, the impact of the Almohads, Western civilization and the post-Almohad society. Chapters 7-11 look at the Sudanese Mali region including the Niger Bend and the Volta Basin, while chapters 12-14 examine the development in the Casamance to Cameroon region in relation to early contacts with Europeans (Portuguese). Developments in Egypt and the Nile Valley and the Horn of Africa are dealt with in chapters 15-17, while those in East and Central Africa, including the rise of Swahili civilization, are discussed in chapters 18-21. The rest of Africa: Equatorial Africa, Angola, southern Africa and Madagascar including relations between regions, is covered in chapters 22-26. Chapter 27 concludes the discussion.

MOTS CLES · Civilisation · Culture africaine · Histoire · Histoire africaine · Histoire médiévale

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