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Books with title Great African Kingdoms

  • Great African Kingdoms

    Sean Sheehan

    Library Binding (Heinemann/Raintree, March 1, 1999)
    Recounts the origin and development of Benin and other African kingdoms, and discusses government, religion, the arts, and everyday life
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  • Great Ages of Man: African Kingdoms

    Basil Davidson

    Hardcover (Time Life Books, June 1, 1966)
    An anthropological and historical approach is taken in describing past African civilizations
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  • West African Kingdoms

    Julie Nelson

    Library Binding (Steadwell Books, Sept. 1, 2001)
    Discusses the history of four important African kingdoms: Ghana, Mali, Zimbabwe, and Songhay.
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  • Ancient African Kingdoms

    Sean Sheehan

    Library Binding (Gareth Stevens Pub Secondary Lib, Aug. 15, 2010)
    Describes different aspects of ancient African kingdoms, including their history, politics, religion, art, architecture, and everyday life.
  • West African Kingdoms

    John Haywood

    Paperback (Raintree, June 5, 2008)
    How can you get gold from a West African river? Where can you see a famous mosque made of mud? Why do the Dogon people hold a mask festival every 12 years? This title uncovers the mysteries of life in West Africa between AD 1200 and 1600. Discover what people ate in the rainforest and the savannah, how they used drums to send messages to distant villages, and how great kingdoms, such as Mali and Benin, gained their wealth.
  • West African Kingdoms

    John Haywood

    Paperback (Raintree, Sept. 13, 2007)
    How can you get gold from a West African river? Where can you see a famous mosque made of mud? Why do the Dogon people hold a mask festival every 12 years? This title uncovers the mysteries of life in West Africa between AD 1200 and 1600. Discover what people ate in the rainforest and the savannah, how they used drums to send messages to distant villages, and how great kingdoms, such as Mali and Benin, gained their wealth.
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  • West African Kingdoms

    John Haywood

    Library Binding (Raintree, June 3, 2008)
    How can you get gold from a West African river? Where can you see a famous mosque made of mud? Why do the Dogon people hold a mask festival every 12 years? This title uncovers the mysteries of life in West Africa between AD 1200 and 1600. Discover what people ate in the rainforest and the savannah, how they used drums to send messages to distant villages, and how great kingdoms, such as Mali and Benin, gained their wealth.
  • Kingdoms of Africa

    Stuart A. Kallen

    Library Binding (Abdo Group, July 1, 2001)
    Describes the leading civilizations of Africa and discusses the important events in African history through the coming of the Europeans.
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  • West African Kingdoms

    John Haywood

    Hardcover (Raintree, Aug. 16, 2007)
    Freestyle Time Travel Guides take children on a trip through history to visit the great ancient civilisations. Each title provides an introduction to the country and the culture; explores daily life and suggests key sites to visit.
  • West African Kingdoms

    Gary Barr

    Hardcover (Heinemann Library, Oct. 19, 2006)
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  • West African Kingdoms

    John Haywood

    Library Binding (Raintree, Sept. 13, 2007)
    How can you get gold from a West African river? Where can you see a famous mosque made of mud? Why do the Dogon people hold a mask festival every 12 years? This title uncovers the mysteries of life in West Africa between AD 1200 and 1600. Discover what people ate in the rainforest and the savannah, how they used drums to send messages to distant villages, and how great kingdoms, such as Mali and Benin, gained their wealth.
  • West African Kingdoms

    John Haywood

    Library Binding
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