This is the eight volume set of The Cambridge History of Africa.
Volume 1: List of figures; List of plates; Preface; 1. The palaeo-ecology of the African continent: the physical environment of Africa from the earliest geological to Later Stone Age times Karl W. Butzer and H. B. S. Cooke; 2. Origins and evolution of African Hominidae F. Clark Howell; 3. The earliest archaeological traces Glynn Ll. Isaac; 4. The cultures of the Middle Palaeolithic/Middle Stone Age J. Desmond Clark; 5. The Late Palaeolithic and Epi-Paiaeolithic of northern Africa Philip E. L. Smith; 6. The Later Stone Age in sub-Saharan Africa D. W. Phillipson; 7. The rise of civilization in Egypt B. G. Trigger; 8. Beginnings of pastoralism and cultivation in north-west Africa and the Sahara: origins of the Berbers G. Camps; 9. The origins of indigenous African agriculture Jack R. Harlan; 10. Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom and Second Intermediate Period in Egypt Barry J. Kemp; 11. Early food production in sub-Saharan Africa D. W. Phillipson; 12. Egypt, 1552-664 BC David O'Connor; Bibliographical essays; Bibliography; Index. Volume 2: Introduction J. D. Face; 1. The legacy of prehistory J. Desmond Clark; 2. North Africa in the period of Phoenician and Greek colonization R. C. C. Law; 3. North Africa in the Hellenistic and Roman periods R. C. C. Law; 4. The Nilotic Sudan and Ethiopia P. L. Shinnie; 5. Trans-Saharan contacts and the Iron Age in West Africa Raymond Mauny; 6. The emergence of Bantu Africa Roland Oliver and Brian M. Fagan; 7. The Christian period in Mediterranean Africa W. H. C. Frend; 8. The Arab conquest and the rise of Islam to North Africa Michael Brett; 9. Christian Nubia P. L. Shinnie; 10. The Fatimid revolution and its aftermath in North Africa Michael Brett; 11. The Sahara and the Sudan from the Arab conquest of the Maghrib to the rise of the Almoravids Nehemia Levtzion; Bibliographical essays; Bibliography; Index. Volume 3: Introduction: some interregional themes Roland Oliver; 1. Egypt, Nubia, and the Eastern Deserts Ivan Hrbek; 2. Ethiopia, the Red Sea and the Horn Taddesse Tamrat; 3. The East Coast, Madagascar and the Indian Ocean H. Neville Chittick; 4. The eastern Maghrib and the central Sudan H. J. Fisher; 5. The western Maghrib and Sudan Nehemia Levtzion; 6. Upper and lower guinea J. D. Fage; 7. Central Africa from Cameroun to the Zambezi David Birmingham; 8. Southern Africa David Birmingham, and Shula Marks; 9. The East African interior Roland Oliver. Volume 4: List of maps; Preface; Acknowledgements; Introduction Richard Gray; 1. Egypt, the Funj and Darfur P. M. Holt; 2. The central Sahara and Sudan H. J. Fisher; 3. North-West Africa: from the Maghrib to the fringes of the forest Nehemia Levtzion; 4. The Guinea Coast Walter Rodney; 5. Central Africa from Cameroun to the Zambezi David Birmingham; 6. Southern Africa and Madagascar Shula Marks and Richard Gray; 7. Eastern Africa Edward Alpers and Christopher Ehret; 8. Ethiopia and the Horn of Africa M. Abir; 9. Africa in Europe and the Americas Walter Rodney; Bibliographical essays; Bibliography; Index. Volume 5: Introduction John E. Flint; 1. Egypt and the Nile valley P. M. Holt; 2. Ethiopia and the Horn Sven Rubenson; 3. The Maghrib Douglas Johnson; 4. The nineteenth-century jihads in West Africa M. Hiskett; 5. Freed slave colonies in West Africa Christopher Fyfe; 6. West Africa in the anti-slave trade era J. F. Ade Ajayi and B. O. Oloruntimehin; 7. The forest and the savanna of Central Africa David Birmingham; 8. East Africa: the expansion of commerce A. C. Unomah and J. B. Webster; 9. The Nguni outburst J. D. Omer-Cooper; 10. Colonial South Africa and its frontiers J. D. Omer-Cooper; 11. Tradition and change in Madagascar, 1790-1870 Hubert Deschamps; 12. Africans overseas, 1790-1870 John E. Flint and I. Geiss; 13. Changing European attitudes to Africa Robin Hallett; Bibliographical essays; Bibliography; Index. Volume 6: 1. Africa on the eve o
Series: The Cambridge History of Africa : Book 8 vols.
For Ages: 16 - 17 years old
Number Of Pages: 7382
Published: 12th January 1987
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.5 x 15.88
Weight (kg): 11.32