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|Other titles||Kitāb Ghazawāt al-Sulṭān Idrīs Alawmā fī Barnū (1564-1576)|
|Series||Studien zur Kulturkunde ;, 86. Bd., Veröffentlichungen des Frobenius-Instituts an der Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität zu Frankfurt/Main|
|Contributions||Ibn Furṭū, Aḥmad, fl. 1576-1578.|
|LC Classifications||DT515.9.B6 L37 1987|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||179, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||88187138|
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The original is housed in the National Archives, Kaduna. The document was only recently recognized for what it is, and has subsequently been published by Lovejoy with Abdullahi Mahadi and Mansur Ibrahim Mukhtar as “ C.L. Temple's ‘Notes on the History of Kano’—A Lost Chronicle of Political Office,” Sudanic Africa 4 (), 7 – The Tarikh al-Sudan (Arabic: تاريخ السودان Tārīkh as-Sūdān; also Tarikh es-Sudan, "History of the Sudan") is a West African chronicle written in Arabic in around by the chronicler of Timbuktu, al-Sa'di.
It provides the single most important primary source for the history of the Songhay and the Tarikh al-fattash, another 17th century chronicle giving a history. Wright Z.V. () The Islamic Intellectual Tradition of Sudanic Africa, with Analysis of a Fifteenth-Century Timbuktu Manuscript.
In: Ngom F., Kurfi M.H., Falola T. The Epic of Sundiata chronicles the rise of the Empire of Mali, one of three great Sudanic empires 2 that dominated the grasslands of northwestern Africa for over a thousand years.
The earliest, the Empire of Ghana, rose between the head waters of the Senegal and Niger Rivers as early as A.D., as the Soninke people expanded their domination.
In the Sudanic Africa are found these private collections of families that include letters, books, and book fragments on theology, jurisprudence, family and clan history, social environment, and African history. The influence of the Sudanic documents have remained marginal to society and.
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Sudanic Africa, 5,RECENT BOOKS sions survives. Because we cannot know the ways in which the text may have been transformed in the process of translation, their usefulness as historical sources is limited.
Still, it is useful Chronicle does clearly illustrate one of. Meanwhile my book on the second chronicle of Bornu was taking shape and was finally published in as A Sudanic Chronicle: the Borno Expeditions of Idris Alauma (). Teaching African history in Africa and directing the research work of students in a francophone African country was a good experience for a German expatriate who owed.
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Ahmad b. Furtu or Ibn Furtu (sometimes also called Ibn Fartuwa) lived in the sixteenth was the grand Imam of the Bornu Empire and the chronicler of Mai Idris Alooma (–).
He wrote two chronicles in Arabic, K. ghazawat Barnu ("The Book of the Bornu Wars") in and K. ghazawat Kanei ("The Book of the Kanem Wars") in The first book describes in geographical order the.
About this Item: Chronicle Books. Board book. Condition: GOOD. Spine creases, wear to binding and pages from reading. May contain limited notes, underlining or highlighting that does affect the text. Gazargamo was the capital of the Bornu Empire from ca.
to Situated km west of Lake Chad in the Yobe State of modern Nigeria, the impressive remains of the town are still surrounding wall is km long and in parts it is still up to 5 m high. The town was built by Mai Ali Gaji (–) after the final defeat of the Dawudid branch of the Sefuwa ruling dynasty.
Description: Sudanic Africa was an international academic journal devoted to the presentation and discussion of historical sources on the Sudanic belt, published in sixteen volumes between and It has now been succeeded by the electronic journal Islamic Africa, published by Northwestern University Press from (the first issue is available in open access).
The Tarikh al-fattash is a West African chronicle written in Arabic in the second half of the 17th century.
It provides an account of the Songhay Empire from the reign of Sonni Ali (ruled ) up to with a few references to events in the following century. The chronicle also mentions the earlier Mali Houdas and Maurice Delafosse published a critical edition in Looking for books by Chronicle Books.
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