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Prehistoric investigations in the region of Jenne, Mali

Susan Keech McIntosh

Prehistoric investigations in the region of Jenne, Mali

a study in the development of urbanism in the Sahel

by Susan Keech McIntosh

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Published by B.A.R. in Oxford, England .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Djénné Region (Mali),
  • Mali,
  • Sahel,
  • Djénné Region.,
  • Sahel.
    • Subjects:
    • Iron age -- Mali -- Djénné Region.,
    • Iron age -- Sahel.,
    • Djénné Region (Mali) -- Antiquities.,
    • Mali -- Antiquities.,
    • Sahel -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Bibliography: pt. 2, p. 510-541.

      StatementSusan Keech McIntosh and Roderick J. McIntosh.
      SeriesCambridge monographs in African archaeology ;, 2, BAR international series ;, 89
      ContributionsMcIntosh, Roderick J.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsGN780.42.M42 M38 1980
      The Physical Object
      Pagination2 v. :
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3043741M
      ISBN 100860541037
      LC Control Number82136298

      These ancient cities of the region that came to be known as Western Sudan were founded without outside stimulation and their inhabitants long resisted the coercive, centralized state that characterized the origins of earliest towns elsewhere. In this book, Roderick James McIntosh uses the latest archeological and anthropological research to Cited by: Other ancient works include terracotta vessels (third–eleventh century CE) from the Bura area and figurative sculptures (ca. thirteenth–seventeenth century CE) from the region of Djenne, Mali, a city whose foundations were laid more than 2, years ago.

        The archaeological data are supported by the results of site survey within a 1,square-kilometre region of Jenne's traditional hinterland. During the late first millennium a.d., several nearby settlements comparable in size to Jenne-jeno existed, and the density of rural settlements may have been as great as ten times the density of Cited by: The Great Mosque of Djenné (French: Grande mosquée de Djenné, Arabic: الجامع الكبير في جينيه ‎) is a large banco or adobe building that is considered by many architects to be one of the greatest achievements of the Sudano-Sahelian architectural mosque is located in the city of Djenné, Mali, on the flood plain of the Bani ation: Islam.

      Timbuktu and Djenne were the centers for trade and Islamic learning in ancient Mali. Timbuktu was an intellectual and spiritual capital and a center point for spreading Islam throughout Africa in. Mali, landlocked country of western Africa, mostly in the Saharan and Sahelian regions. What follows is a geographical and historical treatment of Mali, including maps and statistics as well as a survey of its people, economy, and government. Read more about the country of Mali here.


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Prehistoric investigations in the region of Jenne, Mali: a study in the development of urbanism in the Sahel. Octoberpp. Susan Keech McIntosh and Roderick J. McIntosh, Prehistoric Investigations in the Region of Jenne, Mali: a study in the development of urbanism in the sahel; Part i: Archaeological and historical background and the excavations at Jenne-jeno; Part ii: The regional survey and conclusions; Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 2, BAR International Series 89.

MCINTOSH, Susan Keech & Roderick J. Prehistoric investigations in the region of Jenne, Mali: a study in the development of urbanism in the Sahel. Part i: Archaeological & historical background & the excavations at Jenne-jeno.

Part ii: The re Read more. Prehistoric investigations in the region of Jenne, Mali (Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 2). Oxford: British Archaeological Reports. Oxford: British. Recent archaeological excavations at Igbo Olokun, Ile-Ife (Southwest Nigeria) revealed abundant fragments of glass crucibles from 11thth century AD deposits, matching the complete and near.

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Follow Susan Keech McIntosh and explore their bibliography from 's Susan Keech McIntosh Author Page. Gatti, R.C. ‘Genesis and structure of ‘Djenne´ as a work of art’: Stakes and Risks in the Realm of World Heritage’.

Museum International Levtzion, N. Ancient Ghana and Mali. London: Methuen. Marchand, T.H.J. ‘The masons of Djenne’. Bloomington, Indiana: Indiana. The figurative sculptures featured in this resource furnish one part of the historical puzzle of this region. These handsome terracotta sculptures are from the Inland Niger Delta region near Djenne (pronounced JEH-nay; also spelled Jenne), one of several important trading cities that grew and developed during the Mali.

P Conclusions in respect to in-vitro investigations of different shunt-types Article in Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery (1) September with 8 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Christoph Miethke. Series editors Kevin MacDonald UCL and Paul Lane Cambridge Past decades have witnessed a revolution in the archaeological narratives of early African agriculture technology urbanism and socio-political complexity Indeed the archaeology of Africa continues to expand significantly with.

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxvi, pages: illustrations, maps ; 26 cm. Contents: 1. Background to the Research / Susan Keech McIntosh and Roderick J. McIntosh Stratigraphy, Features and Chronology / Roderick J.

McIntosh and Susan Keech McIntosh Pottery / Susan Keech McIntosh Other Ceramic and Fired Clay Artifacts / Susan. Out of Africa and out of context - Volume 69 Issue - Thurstan Shaw, Kevin C.

MacDonaldCited by: 3. Berenike Report on the Excavations at Berenike including Excavations in Wadi Kalalat and Siket and the Survey of the Mons Smaraggus Region - edited by Steven E.

Sidebotham and Willeke Author: Cheryl Ward. Djenne-Djenno (aka Djenné-Jeno, Jenne-Jeno, or Old Jenne) was an ancient city located in modern Mali, West Africa which flourished between c. BCE - CE, making it one of the oldest cities in Sub-Saharan Africa.

Prospering thanks to fertile agricultural land and as a hub of regional trade, the city boasted a population of aro at its peak. Series editors Kevin MacDonald UCL and Paul Lane Cambridge Past decades have witnessed a revolution in the archaeological narratives of early African agriculture technology urbanism and socio-political complexity Indeed the archaeology of Africa continues to expand significantly with - page 8.Djenné-Djenno (also Jenne-Jeno; / ˈdʒɛniː dʒʌˌnoʊ /) is a UNESCO World Heritage Site located in the Niger River Valley in the country of Mali.

Literally translated to "ancient Djenné", it is the original site of both Djenné and Mali and is considered to be among the oldest urbanized centers and the best-known archaeology site in sub-Saharan ia: iii, iv.

Scholars believe that the ancestors of the people who now live in Mali used terracotta figures in rituals. This example is made of terracotta and possibly dates from s CE. It represents a god to whom people prayed and made offerings.