The Archaeology of Islam in Sub-Saharan Africa
Cambridge University Press, 3.7.2003 - 470 sivua
This book is the first comprehensive study of the impact of Islam in sub-Saharan Africa. Timothy Insoll charts the historical background as well as the archaeological evidence attesting to the spread of Islam across the Sudan, Ethiopia, Eastern Africa, Southern Africa and Nigeria, surveying a time span from the immediate pre-Islamic period through to the present. He also analyzes in detail the processes--jihad, trade, missionary activity, prestige--by which Islam spread. This book will be relevant to scholars, students and all those interested in Africa, archaeology, religion and Islam.
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THE ARCHAEOLOGY OF ISLAM IN SUBSAHARAN AFRICA AN INTRODUCTION
AKSUM TO ADAL ETHIOPIA AND THE HORN OF AFRICA
THE NILOTIC SUDAN
THE EAST AFRICAN COAST AND OFFSHORE ISLANDS
THE WESTERN SAHEL
THE CENTRAL SUDAN
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African traditional religions Aidhab already appear Arabic archaeological evidence archaeology of Islam architecture beads Begho Beja Borno burials central Sudan chapter Chittick Christian coastal contacts continent conversion to Islam culture Dahlak Darfur described early East African coast elements elsewhere Ethiopia ethnic example excavations existed figure Fulani Funj further Ghana glass gold groups Hausa historical sources Ibadi Ibn Battuta important Indian Ocean indicated Insoll interior interpreted Islam in sub-Saharan Islamisation island jihad Kanem Kilwa kingdoms Koumbi Saleh Levtzion and Hopkins Mali Mande material McIntosh mosque Muslim Muslim community Muslim world Niger Nilotic Nilotic Sudan nomadic non-Muslim notes Nubia origins patterns pottery pre-Islamic Qasr Ibrim recorded Red Sea referred region religious ruler Sahara settlement Shanga sherds Shinnie significance similar slaves southern stone structures sub-Saharan Africa suggests Swahili Timbuktu tombs town trade centres traditional religions Trimingham wares West Africa western Sahel Zanzibar Zimbabwe