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" Kiihne, went early to the marketplace, where the army defiled from seven in the morning until night, during which time, chests containing the bones of the fallen chiefs, each surrounded by the wives of the deceased, were continually carried past. The... "
Four Years in Ashantee - Page 134
by Friedrich August Ramseyer, Johannes Kühne, Theodor Christlieb - 1875 - 320 pages
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The Tshi-speaking peoples of the Gold Coast of West Africa: Their religion ...

Alfred Burdon Ellis - Akan language - 1887 - 343 pages
...surrounded with women, \vho, decked in green foliage, dance around their husbands amid songs of joy. v, " The number of common soldiers who fall is denoted...general wore a small round cap, ornamented by buffalo's borns and falcon's feathers, and was attended by bis lieutenant, Nantshi. Before Adu Boffo was borne...
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Asante in the Nineteenth Century: The Structure and Evolution of a Political ...

Ivor Wilks - History - 1989 - 800 pages
...more traditional procedures were in favour. 'The number of common soldiers who fall', it was reported, 'is denoted by small sticks fastened to a pole, and carried by one of the company.' On the return to the capital for review, it was then the procedure that 'every chief who passed before...
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