African Mythology, A to Z

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Infobase Publishing, 2010 - Electronic books - 179 pages

The African continent is home to a fascinating and strong tradition of myth, due in part to the long history of human habitation in Africa; the diversity of its geography, flora, and fauna; and the variety of its cultural beliefs. African Mythology A to Z is a readable reference to the deities, places, events, animals, beliefs, and other subjects that appear in the myths of various African peoples. For the first time, this edition features full-color photographs and illustrations.Coverage includes:

 

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Aruan's story is from Edo Kingdom and not Cote d'voire. Benin city is the kingdom not Benin the Country.

Contents

Introduction
Map of Modern Africa
Countries and Tribal Regions
Time Line of African History

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