Extractions: Last update: 03-08-2002 CADDO (Native American USA) CA-DONG XO DANG (Vietnam) CAHOKIA (Native American USA) CAHUILLA (Native American USA) ... CYPRIOT (Cyprus) DACI DACIANS GETAE (De Balkan - The Balkan Peninsula) DAFLA (India) DAGESTAN: Ethnic Groups usland, Kaukasus - Russia, Caucasus) DAHOLO (Kenia - Kenya) ... DYULA (Ghana, Burkina Faso, Ivoorkust - Cote d'Ivoire)
Useful Websites Okavango Delta peoples of Botswana and its Boundaries The duruma (Kenya) Concept of Homestead UN/africa Recovery Agriculture in africa. indigenous Knowledge Resources africa http://homepages.isunet.net/dafarnham/africa/useful.htm
Extractions: Southern Africa African News Sources Contents African Studies Contents General Resources Contents Individual Cultures Contents Social Organization Contents Sex, Marriage, and Family Contents Kinship and Descent Contents Descent, Clans and Territorial Organization in the Tikar Chiefdom of Ngambe, Cameroon (David Price
Chapter XII: The Amazimu Other peoples in West africa, while having a notion This particular incident may notbe indigenous to africa From the duruma, a tribe living inland from Mombasa http://www.sacred-texts.com/afr/mlb/mlb14.htm
Extractions: Sacred Texts Africa Index Previous ... Next CHAPTER XII: THE AMAZIMU T HE word izimu , in the Zulu tales, is usually, as by Callaway and Theal, translated 'cannibal.' But this word, with us, is ordinarily applied to people who, for one reason or another, are accustomed to eat human flesh. As Callaway pointed out long ago, however, "it is perfectly clear that the cannibals of the Zulu legends are not common men; they are magnified into giants and magicians." Perhaps it might also be said that the attributes of the legendary amazimu were transferred to the abhorred beings, who, driven to cannibalism by famine, kept up the habit when it was no longer needed and, as Ulutuli Dhladhla told the bishop, "rebelled against men, forsook them, and liked to eat them, and men drove them away . . . so they were regarded as a distinct nation, for men were game (izinyamazane) to them." In fact, he distinctly says that "once they were men," and implies that they were so no longer. The practice of cannibalism undoubtedly exists in Africa, though it is much less common than is sometimes supposed; and it is usually of a ceremonial character, which is a different matter from using human flesh as ordinary food. This last seems to be-or to have been-done by some tribes in West Africa- e.g.
W Early Foreign Trade in East africa. Man XLVII East africa Protectorate 19031905. UNY PhD Th. Weiss, E.A. 1973. Some indigenous Trees 1923. A duruma Tale of the Old http://www.algonet.se/~jhauser/swahili/author/w.html
Extractions: Wainwright, G.A. The Egyptian Origin of the New Year's Sacrifice at Zanzibar. Man XL 164-167. Wainwright, G.A. Early Foreign Trade in East Africa. Man XLVII 143-148. Wakefield, E.S, Thomas Wakefield: Missionary and Geographical Pioneer in East Equatorial Africa. London. Wakefield, T. Thomas Wakefield's fourth Journey to the Southern Galla Country in 1877. PRGS IX ns 368-372. Wakefield, T. The Wakwavi Raid on the District near Mombasa. PRGS V. Wakefield, T. Routes of Native Caravans from the Coast to the Interior of Eastern Africa. JRGS XL 303-339. Wakefield, T. Footprints in Eastern Africa. London. Wakefield, T. The Tribes of the Tana Valley. JEAUNHS IV 37-46. Wakefield, T. A Recent Journey from Lamu to Golbanti in the Galla Country. JMGS IV (1-6) 1-13.
The Constitution Of Kenya Review Commission Jibana, Chonyi, Kambe and later Rabai, duruma and Kauma demands by minority or majoritypeoples who do not example of building on the indigenous in constitution http://www.kenyaconstitution.org/docs/07d005.htm
AIO Keywords List Asia Asian Americans Asian peoples Asians Asiatic Tombs Censorship Census CentralAfrica Central African of occupation Durga\ Hindu deity duruma Dusun Brunei http://lucy.ukc.ac.uk/anthind/keywords.html
Extractions: A B C D ... Y Abagusii see Gusii Kenya Aban see Shor Abandoned settlements Abashevo culture Abbasids see also Islamic empire Abduction Abelam Abenaki North American Indians (Algonquian) Northeast Abetalipoproteinaemia Abidjan Ability Abkhazia Abnormalities ABO blood-group system Abolitionists Abominable snowman see Yeti Aboriginal studies Abortion Abrasion Absahrokee language see Crow language Absaraka language see Crow language Absaroka language see Crow language Absaroke language see Crow language Absolutism see Despotism Abu Hureyra site Abusir site Abydos site Academic controversies see also Scientific controversies Academic freedom Academic publishing see Scholarly publishing Academic status Academic writing Academics Acadians (Louisiana) see Cajuns Accents and accentuation Accidents see also Traffic accidents Acclimatisation Accra Accreditation Acculturation see also Assimilation Acetylcholine receptors Achaemenid dynasty (559-330 BC) Achaemenid empire Ache see Guayaki Acheulian culture Achik see Garo Achinese language Achuar Achumawi Acidification Acquiescence Acquired immune deficiency syndrome see AIDS Acronyms Action theory Acupuncture Adam and Eve Adamawa emirate Adapidae see also Notharctus Adaptation Adat Adena culture Adhesives Adipocere Adisaiva see Adisaivar Adisaivar Adivasi Adjectives Adjustment (psychology) Administration see also Government, Management, etc.
VAJRABHAIRAVA YAMANTAKA Ababda africa Abarambo africa Abe africa Abinsi Nigeria africaCushitic peoples africa Afar Afar Afikpo africa Afo africa Horn of africa-Cushitic peoples africa Garreh-Ajuran http://www.schradersworld.com/Mikes-Web-Of-Masks/Mask%20History-Origins.xls
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