History 49A Terms - • Okomfo(Akonfo • Spirit Possession...

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History 49A Terms: Charles Darwin Cradle of humankind Homohabilis Homoerectus Homosapiens Holorene Sudanic seed agriculture: sorghum West African planting agricultural: yam Omotic agriculture: ensete Chushitic agriculture: tef, finger millet Famer power (J Diamond) Bantu Harry Johnson Pre-history Historical linguistics Proto Bantu Words & things Autochthons Hittles NOK Iron & Gender Sukuo Commercial Revolution Plantain/Banana Austronesia migration
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Malagasy Xylophone/ Balafone Acephalous societies Segmentary lineage system Age grades Igbo Monotheism Polytheism Onyame Asase Yaa Ala Akan Yoruba Tutelar divinities Obosom: tano Orisa: shango Ancestors Libation
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Unformatted text preview: • Okomfo (Akonfo) • Spirit Possession • Divination • Bilad al-Sudaan • Al-bakri • Ibn Battuta • Ibn Khaldun • Trading terminus (pl. termini) • Sijilmasa • Awdaghost • Walata • Ghana • Bambuk, Bure • Almoravids • Wangara, Dyula • Soso • Sumaworo Kante • Mali • Sunjata Keita • Sogolon Conde • Mansa Suleman • Taghaza • Oral tradition • Jan Vansina • Jeli (griot) • Naamu-sayer • Dugha (interpreter) • Numu (blacksmith) • Monsoon • Dhow • Periplus • Rhapta • Mark Horton • C. Kusima • Shanga • Zidaka • Kilwa • Shiraz • Muriri wa Bari • Husuni Kubwa • Zimbabwe • Karl Mauch...
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