Presents a natural history of Man in the Lake Chad region of Nigeria.area, particularly extensive clay plains like those south of the Lake, which become virtually impassable. Settlements can remain cut ... The floodwaters are often too shallow for boats and it is said that the only way that one can get through the deep, greasy mud is by riding an ox. These are the ... So far, however , the discussion has been kept firmly in the ethnographic present. The question is: to what extent should we be able to use such information to explain the past ? In short, to whatanbsp;...
|Title||:||Three Thousand Years in Africa|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1981-02-19|