By Saheed Aderinto Ph.D.,Saheed Aderinto
This history-rich quantity information the sociopolitical, monetary, and creative elements of African kingdoms from the earliest occasions to the second one 1/2 the nineteenth century.
• offers appropriate point of view on globalization within the pre-modern period, documenting how people throughout time and areas have shared numerous elements of customized starting from meals, language, and song to faith and spirituality
• helps universal middle standards
• comprises basic records for boosting severe pondering and study skills
• beneficial properties go references and recommendations for extra reading
• Highlights key proof and fascinating trivialities via illuminating sidebars
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African Kingdoms: An Encyclopedia of Empires and Civilizations by Saheed Aderinto Ph.D.,Saheed Aderinto