Fyle chapter 6

Fyle chapter 6 - who were agents of the Portuguese 7...

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Fyle, Ch. 6 1. What are village-level governments sometimes called? -Acephalous or stateless societies 2. How was the Luba kingdom “born”? -Independent village societies, linked together by kinship, age-set ritual ties would come together to form smaller kingdoms 3. Who is Illunga Kalala? - Illunga Kalala became a founder of the llunga dynasty and was a powerful hunter 4. What did Rund expansion on the Luapula River create? -Semi- independent kingdoms 5. Why did the Portuguese start a war with Ndongo? -To subdue Ndongo so as to gain materials believed to be in the kingdom and to continue their slave trading 6. Who were known as Pombieros? -Decendants from the Portuguese in Angola and African women. Also Africans
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Unformatted text preview: who were agents of the Portuguese. 7. Distinguish between San and Khoikhoi.-The San were original inhabitants and were hunter-gatherer nomadic people of short stature. Europeans derogatorily called them bushman. The Khoikhoi were tall and slender and had a cattle and sheep economy. They also used tools and weapons. 8. To whom did the kings fall prey in 1568?-Marauding invaders 9. By what three “main groups” are incoming Bantu identified?-Shona, Sotho and Tswana 10. What, if anything, did you find confusing in the reading?- I did not find anything confusing....
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