Published June 1998
by MacMillan Publishing Company. .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||160|
Buy a cheap copy of The History Atlas of Africa: From the book by Samuel Kasule. Samuel Kasule, a professor of African literature, offers a wide-ranging view of African history in this heavily illustrated yet slender atlas. Proceeding Free shipping over $/5(1). World History Maps. America, Asia, Europe, Africa, Oceania. Kingdoms, battles, expeditions. Comparative History, Political. Get this from a library! The history atlas of Africa. [Samuel Kasule] -- A historical atlas of Africa which takes readers from the emergence of human species to the changes of the 20th century. Books shelved as history-africa: King Leopold's Ghost by Adam Hochschild, The Fate of Africa: A History of Fifty Years of Independence by Martin Meredith.
This colorful atlas utilizes maps, pictures, flags, globe panoramas, information panels, diagrams, and charts to give an overview of the entire continent of Africa, along with a close-up view of its countries. Information doesnt stop therereaders learn about the history, peoples, wildlife, languages, currency, and government of each country. About The Penguin Atlas of African History. This invaluable reference work provides an account of the development of African society from million years ago, through the first appearance of humans to the complex polity of the twentieth century. / Agricultural societies. Farmers produced more food by irrigating their fields with water from rivers. The extra food enabled some workers to specialize as craftsmen, merchants, and soldiers. 1 Europe Eurasia Asia. ⚪Languages ⚪About Us. Mountains Aghlabid Bantu Bantu Berber Carthage. Atlas' Punishment from Zeus. Atlas was given the task of holding up the heavens as punishment from Zeus for leading the Titans in their battle with the Olympian Gods for control of the heavens. In a similar vein, Homer describes Atlas in his Odyssey as 'deadly-minded,' as knowing the depths of all the seas, and as holding the pillars far out in the Atlantic Ocean .
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