Ancient Civilizations of Africa
G. Mokhtar, Unesco. International Scientific Committee for the Drafting of a General History of Africa
UNESCO, 1. 1. 1981 - 804 strán (strany)
Deals with the period beginning at the close of the Neolithic era, from around the eighth millennium before our era. This period of some 9,000 years of history has been sub-divided into four major geographical zones, following the pattern of African historical research. Chapters 1 to 12 cover the corridor of the Nile, Egypt and Nubia. Chapters 13 to 16 relate to the Ethiopian highlands. Chapters 17 to 20 describe the part of Africa later called the Magrhib and its Saharan hinterland. Chapters 21 to 29, the rest of Africa as well as some of the islands of the Indian Ocean.--Publisher's description.
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G MOKHTAR with the collaboration of J Vercoutter
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A. J. Arkell A. J. Drewes Adulis African coast agriculture Aksum Aksumite Alexandria ancient Egypt ancient Egyptian appears Arab archaeological Bantu burial Byzantine Carthage Carthaginian Cataract Christian civilization copper cult culture decorated desert dynasty early iron age East Africa eastern Egypt Egyptian empire Ethiopia evidence excavations existence Ezana fact fifth century fourth century Frumentius funerary Garamantes Greek groups Haoulti Herodotus important Indonesian influence inhabitants inscriptions Kerma Khoi Khoi king Kingdom known Kush Kushitic land language large number later Leclant Libyan linguistic Lower Nubia Madagascar Malagasy Matara Mauretania Mediterranean Meroe Meroitic metres millennium Napata negroid Neolithic Nile valley Nilotic northern origin Papyrus period Periplus Pharaohs Phoenician plate population pottery probably Professor Diop provinces Ptolemy Ramses Red Sea region reign religious remains Roman Rome royal Sahara settlement south Arabian southern stone age Sudan temple texts tombs trade tradition Yeha