2 edition of Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin found in the catalog.
Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin
Jacob U. Egharevba
Reprint of various previously published works.
|LC Classifications||DT515.9B37 E345|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||556 p. in various pagings :|
|Number of Pages||556|
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Get this from a library. Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin ; Benin games and sports ; Who does not speak his native language is lost ; Bini titles ; The murder of Imaguero and tragedy of Idah War ; Marriage of the princesses of Benin ; The origin of Benin ; Chronicle of events in Benin ; Fusion of tribes ; Brief autobiography ; Some prominent Bini people ; Descriptive catalogue of.
Aiguobasinwin Ovonramwe, Eweka II (died February ) was the Oba of Benin from to He was the son of Ovonramwen (ruled –), who was deposed by the British and exiled to Calabar following the British punitive expedition in Benin City in Aiguobasin Ovonramwe worked with the colonial government as a chief from onwards.
Predecessor: Ovonramwen. Author of A short history of Benin, Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin, [12 works], Some stories of ancient Benin, The city of Benin, Benin,Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin ; Benin games and sports ; Who does not speak his native language is lost ; Bini titles ; The murder of Imaguero and tragedy of Idah War ; Marriage of the princesses of Benin ; The origin of.
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Beninska plastika i problem migracije Jacob U. Egharevba, 3 books Erediauwa King of Benin, 1 book Ọsẹmwegie Ẹbọhọn, 1 book Muḥammad Ismāʻīl Muḥammad, 1 book Kit Elliott.
Afterwards, he included commentaries about contemporary issues and personalities in Benin history in his writings. However, some of the materials are repetitive, re-stating statements from his earlier works.
Selected writings. A Short History of Benin. Benin Law and Custom. Concise Lives of the Famous Iyases. Jacob U. Egharevba () was a Bini historian and traditional chief who published numerous short works on this history and culture of Benin. This one covers a range of customs and beliefs on subjects such as marriage, labor, hunting, adultery, bribery, crime and punishment, medicine, slavery, land and property, widowhood, and more.
Find A short history of Benin by Egharevba, Jacob U. Lagos: The author and Temi-Asunwon Press, Second Edition, February Wrpps, Cr.8vo. 48pp.
Uwadiae Jacob Egharevba was born in to a descendant of Ohenmwen, the Iyase of Benin Kingdom during the reign of Osemwende, ca. to ca.and Okunzuwa, a granddaughter of an Ibadan 's parents were long-distance traders, and he claimed to have traveled with them in the Benin and Yoruba regions until his father's death in Cited by: 2.
Jacob U. Egharevba has written: 'Concise lives of Iyases of murder of Imagweruo.' 'Some tribal gods of southern Nigeria' 'Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin ; Benin.
dimension, Special Book issue of «West African Journal of Archaeology», Vol. 20, d. (2) EGHAREVBA J.U., Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin, Lagos, Temi, Asuwon Pressp. For further details see AGBONTAEN K.A., Benin Craft guilds in time Per.
What Does 'Lagos' Mean & Who Coined The Name. - Politics (4) - Nairaland. Jacob U. Egharevba - Concise lives of the famous Iyases of Benin () I just looked at the book (pdf) again and it was actually Fundah (which was even smaller than Nupe) that crushed the Fulani.
Ukuakpolokpolo Erediauwa the Oba of Benin in his book: ‘I remain, Sir, Your Obedient Servant’, wrote in chap at page “ Before the advent of Oranmiyan, the ‘kings’ that ruled the people who became known as Edo or Benin were called ‘Ogiso’ derived from the description Ogie n’ oriso (meaning king in heaven).
Afterwards, he included commentaries about contemporary issues and personalities in Benin history in his writings. However, some of the materials are repetitive, re-instating statements from his earlier works.
Selected writings. A Short History of Benin. Benin Law and Custom. Concise Lives of the Famous Iyases Occupation: Nigerian Historian. Dmitri M. Bondarenko. Center for Civilizational and Regional Studies, Moscow.
The task of this article is to trace in general outline the process of maybe the most impressive precolonial Tropical African polity formation in terms of the 13–19th centuries Benin Kingdom character and socio-political structure. A thesis on warfare of the benin empire5/5(1). Benin as a homoarchic local-institution-matrix supercomplex society 4.
The Benin megacommunity in the wider context of anthropological theory AFTERWARDS NOTES REFERENCES. 5 8 8 10 13 14 20 20 22 25 27 31 31 39 47 55 65 65 68 73 83 90 90 93 97 Preface The story of this book 5/5(1).
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