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by Mutumba Mainga

Download Bulozi under the Luyana kings;: Political evolution and state formation in pre-colonial Zambia ePub
  • ISBN 0582640733
  • ISBN13 978-0582640733
  • Language English
  • Author Mutumba Mainga
  • Publisher Longmans (1973)
  • Pages 278
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  • Category History
  • Subcategory Africa
  • Size ePub 1226 kb
  • Size Fb2 1517 kb
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Start by marking Bulozi Under the Luyana Kings. The study traces the origins of the Luyana and the Lozi people; the founding Bulozi under the Luyana Kings was first published in 1973 by Longman, London.

Start by marking Bulozi Under the Luyana Kings. Political Evolution and State Formation in Pre-Colonial Zambia as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. After wide consultations at home and abroad, a decision was made to have the book reprinted in its original form. Bulozi under the Luyana Kings is a study of the Lozi Kingdom in Western Zambia in the pre-colonial period.

Kings is a study of the Lozi Kingdom in Western Zambia in the pre-colonial period

Bulozi under the Luyana Kings: Political Evolution and State Formation in Pre-Colonial Zambia. The study traces the origins of the Luyana and the Lozi people; the founding of the Luyana Central Kingship and the invasion by the Makololo in the mid-nineteenth century; and ends with the study of the Lozi response to European intrusion at the end of the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries.

London: Longman, 1973. Pp. xvii + 278; 5 maps; 12 plates. 0 (£. 5 soft covers).

Based on Bunkeya, the state controlled a huge central-African trading network, mostly dealing in slaves but also in ivory, salt, copper and iron or. Mainga, Mutumba (2010). Bulozi Under the Luyana Kings: Political Evolution and State Formation in Pre-Colonial Zambia.

Based on Bunkeya, the state controlled a huge central-African trading network, mostly dealing in slaves but also in ivory, salt, copper and iron ore. Traders came to Bunkeya from the Zambezi and Congo basins, from Angola, Uganda and Zanzibar  . African Books Collective. Moloney, Joseph A. (2007).

Published by: African Books Collective

Published by: African Books Collective. Bulozi under the Luyana Kings was first published in 1973 by Longman, London. After wide consultations at home and abroad, the book is now republished in its original form.

Mainga, Mutumba (2010). p. 222. ISBN 9982-24-052-8. Reader, John (1997). Africa: Biography of a Continent. 559. ^ Reality versus romance in South Central Africa, Dr J Johnston, Archive. org, Retrieved 25 September 2015.

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Mainga, Mutumba, ‘Texts of Lozi Oral Tradition’ (PhD thesis, University of.

Mainga, Mutumba, ‘Texts of Lozi Oral Tradition’ (PhD thesis, University of London, 1969). Bulozi under the Luyana Kings: Political Evolution and State Formation in Pre-Colonial Zambia (London: Longman 1973). Mumbuna, Mufaya, Muzibe za Muleneni (London: Macmillan, 1957). The Early Colonial Experience in Western Zambia (Cambridge University Press, 1980). Publications Bureau of Northern Rhodesia and Nyasaland, Annual Report for the Year 1952 (Lusaka: Government Printer, 1953).

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