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This volume contains 30 chapter one hundred pages each.
As we previously announced, the application allows you to access audio and format text and images.
This version includes the first two chapters of volume.
The General Introduction and origin of the ancient Egyptians.
General introduction by G. Mokhtar
- Sources of the History of the Nile Valley
- The population of the Nile Valley
- Egypt African receptacle influence
Chapter 1: Origins of the Ancient Egyptians by SHEIKH ANTA DIOP
- The race of Egyptians from the classical authors of antiquity
- The Egyptians saw themselves
- The divine epithets
- Biblical Stories
- Cultural Data
- Relationship linguistic
This version includes the first two. These two chapters, it is about 200 pages, 3 hours of playback (audio) and thirty images and other illustrations.
We are only at version 1.1, it says every week we will update the application by adding at least two chapters and this until the thirtieth chapter of this volume.
Here are all the chapters of this volume:
Chapter 1: Origins of Ancient Egyptians
SHEIKH ANTA DIOP
Chapter 2: Ancient Egypt
Chapter 3: Ancient Egypt, society, economy and culture.
Chapter 4: Relationship of Egypt with the rest of Africa.
Chapter 5: The Legacy of Ancient Egypt.
Chapter 6: Egypt during the Hellenistic period.
Chapter 7: Egypt under Roman rule.
Chapter 8: Nubia link between Central Africa and the Mediterranean, geographical factor of civilization.
Chapter 9: Nubia before Napata (3100-750 BC).
Chapter 10: The Empire of Kush, Napata and Meroe.
Chapter 11: Civilization of Napata and Meroe.
Chapter 12: The Christianization of Nubia.
Chapter 13: The Pre-Aksumite culture.
Chapter 14: The civilization of Aksum from I to VII century.
Chapter 15: Aksum: I. From the fourth century Economy-Political Structure and Culture.
Chapter 16: Christian Aksum
TEKLE SADIK MEKOURIA
Chapter 17: protoberbères
Chapter 18: Period Carthaginian
Chapter 19: Period Roman and post-Roman North Africa.
I: The Roman period
II: From Rome to Islam
Chapter 20: Sahara during classical antiquity
Chapter 21: Introduction to the late prehistoric Saharan Africa.
Chapter 22: The coast of East Africa and its role in maritime trade.
Chapter 23: East Africa before the seventh century.
Chapter 24: West Africa before the seventh century.
Chapter 25: Central Africa
Chapter 26: The Southern Africa, hunters and gatherers.
Chapter 27: The beginning of the Iron Age in southern Africa.
Chapter 28: Madagascar
Chapter 29: Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa in the first Iron Age.
Summary report of the conference "The Peopling of Ancient Egypt and the Deciphering of Meroitic script"
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