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Ase, Maat Hotep. So Mote it Be.

History of Africa, Revised 2nd Edition

Now fully revised and updated, this classic text offers an illustrated and critical narrative introduction to the history of Africa from earliest times to the present. Beginning with the evolution of mankind itself, the book traces the history of Africa through the millennia of the ancient world to the centuries of medieval and modern Africa. The clear and simple language and the wealth of carefully chosen maps and photos combine to make an essential and accessible text.

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72 thoughts on “History of Africa, Revised 2nd Edition

  1. Julia Hunter

    If you find “Miss This Year” beautiful, then you’ll find “Miss Next Year” even more so. ~Nigerian Proverb

  2. Anne Campbell

    If you are filled with pride, then you will have no room for wisdom. ~ African proverb

  3. Judith Sullivan

    If you close your eyes to facts, you will learn through accidents. ~ African proverb

  4. Steve Nelson

    What you help a child to love can be more important than what you help him to learn. ~African proverb

  5. Louis Hunt

    When you follow in the path of your father, you learn to walk like him. ~Ashanti Proverb

  6. Ernest Hamilton

    When brothers fight to the death, a stranger inherits their father’s estate. ~ Ibo proverb

  7. Billy Morales

    Lack of money is lack of friends; if you have money at your disposal, every dog and goat will claim to be related to you. ~ Yoruba

  8. Roger Gomez

    Beautiful discourse is rarer than emerald ~ yet it can be found among the servant girls at the grindstones. ~Egyptian Proverb

  9. Clarence Alexander

    Getting only a beautiful woman is like planting a vine on the roadside everyone feeds on it. ~African Proverb

  10. Jean Webb

    Why they like an ugly person takes long for a beautiful person to know. ~African Proverb

  11. Wayne Patterson

    The grasshopper which is always near its mother eats the best food. ~Ghanaian Proverb

  12. Matthew Barnes

    The man who has bread to eat does not appreciate the severity of a famine. ~Yoruba Proverb

  13. Ruby Clark

    It is not the cook’s fault when the cassava turns out to be hard and tasteless. ~Ewe Proverb

  14. Howard Warren

    If you are looking for a fly in your food it means that you are full. ~South African Proverb

  15. Shawn Green

    Nature gave us two cheeks instead of one to make it easier to eat hot food. ~Ghanaian Proverb

  16. Russell Evans

    An abundance of food at your neighbour’s will not satisfy your hunger. ~Bayaka Proverb

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