African Indigenous People Akye africa, african Anthropology General Resources. By peoples. Akan Akuapem akye Anyi Aowin Asante Babanki Baga Bali Bamana Bamileke Bamum Bangubangu Bangwa Baule http://www.archaeolink.com/african_indigenous_people_akye.htm
Extractions: Akye Home Africa, African Anthropology General Resources By peoples Akan Akuapem Akye Anyi ... Zulu Akye Arts You will find a good article and images of Akye art forms. - illustrated - From African Art Museum - http://www.zyama.com/akye/index.htm Akye People "Akye are an Akan peoples living in southern Côte d'Ivoire. The rise of the early Akan centralized states can be traced to the 13th century and is likely related to the opening of trade routes established to move gold throughout the region." You will find history relating to population, religion, economy, history and more. - From University of Iowa - http://www.uiowa.edu/~africart/toc/people/Akye.html Top of Page
Jamaicana.com -- Your Window To The Best Of Jamaica finds indigenous people, the aboriginal peoples are quickly akye fufo), the food that will become Jamaicas national fruit and dish, is introduced to the island from West africa http://www.jamaicana.com/events.html
Extractions: Jamaicana.com, Reggae Music Jamaican Blue Mountain Coffee Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Marley Coffee Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Coffee clothing Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Coffee Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Coffee Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Reggae Music Blue Mountain Coffee Jamaica clothing Jamaicana Jamaican Marley Coffee Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Marley Coffee Jamaica Reggae Music Blue Mountain Coffee Jamaica clothing Jamaicana Jamaican Marley Coffee Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Marley Coffee Jamaica Reggae Music Blue Mountain Coffee Jamaica clothing Jamaicana Jamaican Marley Coffee Jamaica Blue Mountain Coffee Jamaica Jamaicana Jamaican Marley Coffee Jamaica Columbus arrives in Jamaica on May 4, and claims the land and its inhabitants for Their Catholic Majesties, Ferdinand and Isabella of Spain. The expedition finds indigenous people, the Arawaks or Tainos living in structured communities led by caciques (chieftains). The island, which they call Xaymaca, (wooded land of water) is bountiful and the women raise cassava, sweet potatoes, corn and cotton. These aboriginal peoples are quickly enslaved in the service of growing grain, but mercifully do not last very long, disappearing from all the Caribbean islands within a few decades. Since Jamaica was originally thought to be one of a chain of lands rich in gold and precious minerals, Spain wastes no time in initiating the African slave trade in the Caribbean. Forced labor is required in large quantities to unearth the bounty that never materializes, and Spain soon decreases its investment in settlements and military garrisons.
Musées Afrique indigenous Knowledge in South africa . Yaure, Senufo, Lobi, Kulango, akye, Anyi, Adyukru Aquarelles de Joy Adamson peoples of Kenya http://www.unil.ch/gybn/Arts_Peuples/Ex_Africa/ex_Af_musaf.html
Extractions: Cape Town South African National Gallery Government Avenue ma-di 10-17 Arts de la perle / Expositions temporaires Cape Town Gold of Africa Museum . Martin Melck House 96 Strand Street Bijoux d'or d'Afrique de l'Ouest (coll Barbier-Mueller); objets d'or des civilisations d'Afrique australe Cape Town - Gardens South African Museum 25 Queen Victoria Street lu-di 10-17 terres cuites de Lydenburg San (peintures rupestres), Zimb abwe Tsonga , Khoikhoi, Sotho, Nguni, Shona, Lovedu... Exposition " Ulwazi Lwemvelo - Indigenous Knowledge in South Africa Cape Town - Rosebank University of Cape Town Irma Stern Museum Cecil Road ma-sa 10-17 Arts de Zanzibar et du Congo: Lega, Luba Durban Art Gallery City Hall lu-sa 8.30-16; di 11-16 Durban Local History Museum Aliwal Street East London East London Museum lu-ve 9.30-17; sa 9.30-12
Africa Anthropology Ancient African Civilization African Archaeology. By peoples By peoples. Akan Akuapem akye Anyi Aowin Asante Babanki Baga Bali Bamana Bamileke Bamum The indigenous peoples Rights Question http://www.archaeolink.com/indigenous_anthropology_africa_i.htm
Extractions: Indigenous Studies - African Anthropology Home Ancient African Civilization African Archaeology By peoples Akan Akuapem Akye Anyi ... Zulu Abang Dance: Radiance from the River and Efik Ideal of Femininity "To dance is human, and humanity expresses itself in dance. Dancing interweaves with many aspects of life, such as art, communication, belief systems, social relations and political dynamics. Interwoven in Abang dances are three modalities: space, rhythm, and unity. Each of these modalities conveys its own distinct message(s) but interacts with each other to produce a specific form of dance as an expression and communicative art." - From Africa Resource Center - http://www.ijele.com/ijele/vol1.1/onyile.html Acacia Initiative: International Development Research Centre (IDRC) Centre de recherches pour le développement international (CRDI) (3.1) "The Acacia Initiative: Communities and the Information Society in Africa Program Initiative is an international program to empower sub-Saharan communities with the ability to apply information and communication technologies (ICTs) to their own social and economic development." - From International Development Research Centre - Africa Online: Kids Only A great kids site about Africa. Language, people, land and culture. Offers games and online quizzes. - illustrated - From AfricaOnline.com -
Welcome To Africans-art.com Akan. Akuapem. akye. Ashanti. Azande. Baga we must consider both perspectives the indigenous as well as the Western nonwriting, pre-colonial peoples of africa. To illustrate my point http://www.africans-art.com/index.php3?action=page&id_art=360
Welcome To Africans-art.com Akan. Akuapem. akye. Ashanti. Azande. Baga years ago, somewhere in africa, an indigenous Hunter had a idea that For early indigenous peoples, masks were "a way to the gods " and http://www.webzinemaker.net/africans-art/index.php3?action=page&id_art=28378
Africa africa; the first language of most people is one Nyanja, Tonga, and about 70 other indigenous languages, agarakan (twi, fante, ashanti, akoli, akye, alaba, alur http://www.ethiotrans.com/africa.htm
Extractions: ALRC County Flag Language Support Algeria Arabic (official), French, Berber dialects Yes Angola Portuguese (official), Bantu and other African languages Yes Benin French (official), Fon and Yoruba (most common vernaculars in south), tribal languages (at least six major ones in north) Yes Botswana English (official), Setswana Yes Burkina Faso French (official), native African languages belonging to Sudanic family spoken by 90% of the population Yes Burundi Kirundi (official), French (official), Swahili (along Lake Tanganyika and in the Bujumbura area) Yes Cameroon 24 major African language groups, English (official), French (official) Yes Central African Republic French (official), Sangho (lingua franca and national language), Arabic, Hunsa, Swahili Yes Chad French (official), Arabic (official), Sara and Sango (in south), more than 100 different languages and dialects Yes Congo, Democratic Republic of the
Collection - Charles Derby and insects) account for the loss of much indigenous historical evidence. points up the complexity of modern africa, whose peoples may simultaneously http://www.africans-art.com/index.php3?action=page&id_art=236
The First Masks Over thirty thousand years ago, somewhere in africa, an indigenous Hunter the Latin, persona, which means mask. For early indigenous peoples, masks were a http://www.webzinemaker.net/africans-art/index.php3?action=page&id_art=28378
Index.html Aduma. akye. Ambete. Anang. Asante the only tribe of Inland West africa to have a centralized governing body Lineages and clans of the indigenous tengabisi inhabitants own the masks, and http://www.zyama.com/mossi
In The Presence Of Spirits and sculptural inventiveness of the cultures indigenous to these of objects from the Bidjogo peoples who live figures and other sculpted objects from africa. http://www.webzinemaker.net/africans-art/index.php3?action=page&id_art=534
Extractions: T HESE DRAMATIC words heralded the start of an equally dramatic voyage to collect a simple fruit. Named for the fact that its thick, white, starchy interior is reminiscent of bread, the breadfruit was in high BREADFRUIT BLIGH MUTINIED Meanwhile Christian and the rest of the mutineers realized they could not return to Tahiti for fear of execution. They therefore sailed around the Cook Islands looking for a place to hide from the British War ships they assumed were after them. The mutineers eventually would up in the Pitcairn Islands of the South Pacific. Within 10 years, only a few of the mutineers were left alive. One of them, John Adams, repented and became a reformed Christian, eventually giving his name to the capital of Pitcairn, Adamstown. The origins of other Jamaican Fruits and Spices NATIVE
Extractions: RAHVUSVAHELINE KONVERENTS "MAAILMA PÕLISRAHVASTE KULTUUR UKU MASINGU KÄSITLUSES" 15.-17.10.1999 Raikküla Põhikoolis Lipa külas Reede, 15.oktoober Masing kuulus kindlalt nende õpetlaste hulka, kes on leidnud, et mõtlemine sõltub keelest, milles me mõtleme. Erisuguseid keeli kasutavate inimeste mõtlemine ei saa olla ühesugune. Selle seisukohaga tuli minu teada esimesena lagedale nüüdisaegse üldkeeleteaduse rajaja vabahärra Wilhelm von Humboldt, ehk täpsemini Friedrich Wilhelm Christian Karl Ferdinand von Humboldt, Goethe ja Schilleri kaasaegne ning maailmakuulsa loodusteadlase Alexander von Humboldti vanem vend. Eelnimetatud väite leiame Wilhelm von Humboldti esseest Über die Verschiedenheit des menschlichen Sprachbaues, mis omakorda kujutas endast sissejuhatust kolmeköitelisele teosele Über die Kawisprache auf der Insel Java (1836-1840). Vaevalt oleks Humboldt nii selgesti täheldanud eri rahvaste mõtteviisi erinevust, kui ta kavi ja baski keele asemel oleks piirdunud hollandi või inglise keele uurimisega. Wilhelm von Humboldti ideid on edasi arendanud neohumboldtianism 1920.-te aastate Saksamaal. Selle keeleteadlaste rühma esileküünivam kuju oli L. Weisgerber. Grammatikate koostamisel, leidsid neohumboldtiaanlased, pole vaja enamasti lähtuda ajalooliselt väljakujunenud mõõdupuudest, tähtsam on rõhutada keele neid jooni, mis võimaldavad selle keele kasutajale tegelikkusest eriomast, antud rahva kultuurile iseloomulikku pilti luua. Grammatikad peavad olema sisukesksed (inhaltbezogene).
The Blacksmith's Art From Africa to interpret the metallurgical processes the people witnessed when inexpensive iron onto the shores of africa. By 1920 indigenous furnaces ceased to produce http://www.africans-art.com/index.php3?action=page&id_art=363
African Statues, Sculptures, Figures, Fetishes is now Burkina Faso centuries ago, they subjugated indigenous populations. in the style of the Agni/akye/Ankye/Anyi 6. Fon or Ewe/Evhe people in Benin (formerly http://www.vub.ac.be/BIBLIO/nieuwenhuysen/african-art/african-art-collection-sta
Extractions: (of variable age, artistic quality, and degree of authenticity) Clicking on a small photo brings you a bigger photo. Some of the pieces are available (for exchange for instance). The attributions of the origin of the objects is based on their stylistic characteristics and/or on the data provided by the seller and/or experts, but of course certainty cannot be reached. 1. Bamana / Bambara / (Baumana) people/tribe from Mali, West-Africa 1.1. Female janiform figure in the style of the Bamana / Bambara / (Baumana) or the neighbouring Marka/Warka tribe/people Information about Bamana/Bambara ceremonies and art can be found for instance in the following sources: Jacques Kerchache, Jean-Louis Paudrat, Lucien Stephan, L'art et les grandes civililitations: L'art africain. Paris : Editions Mazenod, 1988, 620 pp. Youssouf Tata Cisse, Les dieux et les hommes: permanence du sacre dans les arts bambara, a chapter in
African Art Course Slide List - Bowles Stool with antelope. Anyi or akye, Ivory Coast. Metropolitan Mus., NY (M41). indigenous West African women. ca. Nail Fetish figure. Vili or Yombe people, Kongo. http://members.aol.com/GRBowles/art-hist/af-slide-list.html
Extractions: (no images shown) I now have 709 African art slides. Of these 542 are African (incl. Egypt-Nubian), 117 Egyptian (non-Nubian), and 47 African American introduction slides. This page lists the African, Egypt-Nubian, African American introduction, and a few of Western art influenced by African art. This page does not list my Egyptian non-Nubian slides, and additional African American and African European slides, which are on different lists. In addition to the above slides, I show additional works or art on the 20 videotapes I have on African art and related culture, and art processes. The timeframes of these tapes range from approximately 15 to 90 minutes. I plan to write a Web page of notes on these tapes. In teaching African art, I use all or part of these slides, videotapes, and other materials, depending on the nature and purpose of the course, and the course's place in the institution's curriculum. This list divides the continent into three geographic divisions, North, East and Southern, West, and Central. Each division is subdivided by traditional, crafts, and neo-African art as recent as 1999. The list concludes with African-influenced art and crafts, and an introduction to African American art if the latter is appropriate. Use your Web browser's search engine to find a specific artist, title of work, type of art, people, culture, society, town, country, or continental division.
Population Index - Volume 61 - Number 1 article will examine the case of an indigenous matrilinear population, the akye of South kind of birth control technique in the People s Republic of http://popindex.princeton.edu/browse/v61/n1/f.html
Extractions: Volume 61 - Number 1 - Spring 1995 Studies that treat quantitative fertility data analytically. References to crude data are coded under S. Official Statistical Publications . Methodological studies specifically concerned with fertility are cited in this division and cross-referenced to N. Methods of Research and Analysis Including Models , if necessary. Analytical studies of quantitative birth data and reproduction rates and studies of fertility and its concomitants. Studies of age at marriage, divorce, and factors influencing family size are coded under G.1. Marriage and Divorce or G.2. Family and Household Adamchak, Donald J.; Mbizvo, Michael T. The impact of husband's and wife's education and occupation on family size in Zimbabwe. Journal of Biosocial Science, Vol. 26, No. 4, Oct 1994. 553-8 pp. Cambridge, England. In Eng. "This paper assesses the impact of husband's and wife's education and occupation on family size in Zimbabwe. Results from the 1988 Male Fertility Survey indicate that husband's education had a strong negative effect, and wife's education had a moderate negative effect on the number of children ever born. Contrary to the literature, wives who were not employed had significantly fewer children than those who work in agriculture, and fewer, but not significantly, than those in non-agricultural occupations. Findings show the importance of husband's education and the changing dynamics of wife's occupation in fertility decline."
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Untitled TIGenetic diversity and relationships of cacao (Theobroma cacao L.) in southern Mexico AUWhitkus R.; Cruz -M.-de-la; Mota-Bravo -L.; http://guiltinanlab.cas.psu.edu/Publications/cocoabib.txt