Societies, religion, and history: central-east Tanzanians and the world they created, c. 200 BCE to 1800 CE
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Recasting Early History in CentralEast Tanzania
From Hinterland to Motherland
A Tapestry of the Ruvu Past
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African Classical Age ancestors areas Azania Bantu Expansion Bantu languages Bantu-speaking Beidelman central-east Tanzania century Chami Christopher Ehret circumcision coast coastal cognation descendant languages divergence early Ruvu East Africa East Ruvu Eastern Sahelian Ehret ethnographic example girl glottochronology Gogo healing hinter-coastal Historical Reconstruction important initiation Kagulu Kaskazi Kwale Kwale ware Kwere Lakes Bantu Cultural language communities Lenje lived Lugulu Mashariki matrilineage matrilineal medicine millennium BCE mulungu mwali NECB Niger-Congo Njombe Northeast-Coastal Bantu Nurse and Hinnebusch Nyanza period PNECB populations pottery proto proto-Bantu proto-East Proto-Kaskazi proto-language Proto-Mashariki proto-Ruvu proto-Wami proto-West Ruvu Rainforest region religion religious Rhapta Rigby root Rufiji Rufiji River Ruvu communities Ruvu descendants Ruvu history Ruvu languages Ruvu societies Ruvu speakers Ruvu-speaking Sagala Salaam Schoenbrun social Southern Cushitic speech communities spirit forces subgroup suggests Swahili and Sabaki Swantz tambiko Tana ware Traditional Vansina verb Vidunda Wami River West Ruvu women word worldview Zaramo Zaramo of Tanzania Zigua zones