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political development of Yoruba kingdoms in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
Peter Cutt Lloyd
Bibliography: p. 54-55.
|Statement||[by] Peter C. Lloyd.|
|Series||Royal Anthropological Institute. Occasional paper no. 31, Occasional paper (Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland) ;, no. 31.|
|LC Classifications||GN2 .A32 no. 31, DT513 .A32 no. 31|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 55 p.|
|Number of Pages||55|
|LC Control Number||72185471|
The Frontier States of Western Yorubaland: The Yorùbá are one of the peoples of West Africa affected by the demarcation of territories by European powers at the close of the nineteenth century. Although the bulk of the people are now found in South-western Nigeria, impressive indigenous Yorùbá communities are in the neighbouring Republics of Benin and Togo. The pre-colonial African kingdom of Buganda was situated on the northern shore of Lake Victoria. Reid argues that the political history of the state needs to be read in new light given his examination of social, economic, and military developments as the material basis for political power. Institutions were often established to check the powers of the Oba and his council.8 By the end of the 16th century the political organizations of most of the Yoruba kingdoms were probably complete and broadly similar. Each kingdoms consisted of a capital town, a number of subordinate towns, villages, markets, and farmlands.
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The political development of Yoruba kingdoms in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / Author: [by] Peter C. Lloyd. --Publication info: London: Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, Format: Book. Yoruba sculpture in stone, metal, ivory, and wood is famous.
Less well-known are the elaborate and carefully designed constitutional forms which were evolved in the separate kingdoms, the methods of warfare and diplomacy, the oral literature, and the religion based on the worship of a “high god” surrounded by a pantheon of more accessible Cited by: Yoruba Kingdoms city-states founded in the 12th to 14th century in western Sudan and inhabited by the Yoruba people.
The best known were the city of Ife, the cultural and religious center of the country of Yoruba; and the city of Oyo, which from the 15th century gradually began to unite the majority of the Yoruba kingdoms under its domination.
In the. Yoruba sculpture in stone, metal, ivory, and wood is famous. Less well-known are the elaborate and carefully designed constitutional forms which were evolved in the separate kingdoms, the methods of warfare and diplomacy, the oral literature, and the religion based on the worship of a “high god” surrounded by a pantheon of more accessible Reviews: 1.
The political development of Yoruba kingdoms in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries / [by] Peter C. Lloyd. DT L5 Yoruba culture: a geographical analysis / [by]. Oyo Empire. Ife was surpassed by the Oyo Empire as the dominant Yoruba military and political power between and AD. The nearby Benin Empire was also a powerful force between and Oyo developed in the 17th century and become one of the largest Yoruba kingdoms, while Ile-Ife remained as a religiously significant rival to its power at the site of the divine creation of the.
In this impressive new volume, Carles Boix argues, with ingenious tests, extensive data and methodological rigor, that, indeed, ‘it was inequality and war, rather than the logic of efficiency gains, that made the state'. Political Order and Inequality is a major contribution to our understanding of state formation and the origins of inequality.'Cited by: () “ The Yoruba Kingdom of Oyo,” pp.
36 – 69 in Forde, Daryll and Kaberry, Phyllis (eds.) Western African Kingdoms in the Nineteenth Century. London: Oxford University Press. Nkrumah, by: 8. Vol. 13, No.
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Lloyd. The Political Development of Yoruba Kingdoms in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries by P. Lloyd (pp. Books shelved as yoruba: The Handbook of Yoruba Religious Concepts by Baba Ifa Karade, Olodumare: God in Yoruba Belief by E. Bolaji Idowu, Tales of Yorub.
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لويد، Languages. English () Arabic (3) French (1) Danish (1). I have read this book about 6 or 7 times in the last 10 years. The photographs are beautiful and the text is some of the most well thought out, sensitive and enjoyable on Yoruba spirituality and culture.
This is a history book, art book, anthropological study, religious reference and coffee table book in one. Save your pennies, this is a by: The Atlantic slave trade was one of the most important demographic, social, and economic events of the Modern Era.
Extending over four centuries, it fostered the involuntary migration of millions of African peoples from their homelands to forced labor in the Americas and elsewhere around the globe. TOWARDS A POLITICAL GEOGRAPHY OF YORÙBÁ CIVILIZATION I. Akinjogbin Most histories of West African peoples are written within the geographical and political limits set by the imperial powers towards the end of the 19th century, even when the topic deals with pre-colonial Size: KB.
Yoruba Traditional Adjudicatory Systems. The Political Development of Yoruba Kingdoms in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Article. The Political Development of Yoruba Kingdoms in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. Article.
Dec development were certainly present in the Yoruba country in the nineteenth century. Between CE and CE, the Yoruba Kingdom of Ife experienced a golden age. It was then surpassed by the Oyo Empire as the dominant Yoruba military and political power between CE and CE.
The nearby kingdom of Benin was also a powerful force between and CE. PRE-COLONIAL RELATIONS AMONG THE YORUBAS' IN NIGERIA - The Yoruba stretch on the West from around the area of Badagry to Warri and Inland until they almost reach the Niger around latitude 9oN.
Indeed, certain parts of the Niger formed the boundary between it and : Chrisantus Oden. A very informative book on the Yoruba Kingdoms. The author spent too much time being vague on exact dates of the origin of the kingdoms.
He was very hesitant to support those dates because they were based on oral history. However, once past that the book gives a rich account of the kingdoms and the conflicts existing between them/5. See P. Lloyd, The Political Development of Yoruba Kingdoms in the 18th and 19th Centuries (Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland, ); and Google Scholar Robert Smith, Kingdoms of the Yoruba (Methuen, London.
).Author: Miguel C. Alonso. The Yoruba people live in the southwestern part of Nigeria. The Yoruba people (Yoruba: Ìran Yorùbá) are an African ethnic group that inhabits western Africa, mainly Nigeria and Yoruba constitute about 44 million people in total. The vast majority of this population is from Nigeria, where the Yoruba make up 16% of the country's population, making them one of the largest ethnic Benin: million.
Yorubaland in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries affected the fortunes of many of these kingdoms. 22 This period also witnessed the forced migration of millions of Yoruba men and women to the New World. 23 Despite the century long disturbances, turbulence and revolutionary developments, the basic culture and civilisation which the Yoruba have.
the yoruba nation and politics since the nineteenth century: a conference in honor of professor j. atanda OctoberOlabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye, Ogun State, Nigeria. Political Anthropology: The Political Development of Yoruba Kingdoms in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries.
PETER C. LLOYD JOHN L. GWALTNEY. The Yoruba Historical Background. Oduduwa is the found of the Yoruba Kingdom. Oduduwa had seven sons who later founded the first seven kingdoms of the Yoruba land and these kingdoms were united under a central leader known as the Alafin of Oyo misunderstanding, jealousy and hatred made the first seven kingdoms of Yoruba to split into fourteen new kingdoms and the central leadership to change.
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All Yoruba chiefs traced their descent from the first ruler of Ife; one of the largest in Yoruba. Ife, developed bywas the most powerful Yoruba kingdom until the late s. Had surplus food so city dwellers to become both traders and craftspeople. The Ife were gifted artists who carved in. For example, Adiele Afigbo, “Trade and Trade Routes in Nineteenth Century Nsukka,” in Toyin Falola (ed.), Igbo History and Culture: The Essays of Adiele Afigbo (Trenton: African World Press Inc.
), – Afigbo noted that Nuskka people and their Northern Igala and Idoma neighbors had traded with each other for many centuries before the genesis of the Aro trade : John N.
Oriji. Dan Fodio's uprising was a major episode of a movement described as the Fula jihads in the seventeenth, eighteenth, and nineteenth centuries. It followed the jihads successfully waged in Futa Bundu, Futa Tooro, and Fouta Djallon between andwhich led to Religion: Islam.
PRE-COLONIAL RELATIONS AMONG THE YORUBAS' IN NIGERIA PRE COLONIAL RELATIONS AMONG THE YORUBAS' IN NIGERIA PRE COLONIAL RELATIONS AMONG THE YORUBA TABLE OF CONTENTSCertification iiDedication iiiAcknowledgement ivTable of Contents vCHAPTER ONEIntroduction 1CHAPTER TWO:Historical Background of the Yorubas 15CHAPTER THREEPre.
and eighteenth centuries, Old Oyo was the dominant political power because it succeeded in incorporating all kingdoms in Yorubaland into a single political system’. However, by the early nineteenth century, things fell apart, the empire like.
In his book titled ''Ile-Ife-The Source of Yoruba Civilisation'', Prince Adelegan Adegbola said that ''the Yorubas are the progeny of great kingship, efficient kingdom-builders and astute rulers. They have been enjoying for centuries a well-organized pattern of society, a pattern which persists basically in spite of all the changes resulting.
The pre-colonial political administration in Yoruba land had a decentralized structure i.e. power was constitutionally shared among all political levels/sections of the kingdom ranging from the highest to the lowest unit unlike the Hausa political system which was highly centralized.
The Yoruba pre-colonial political system was also based on the principle of ‘check and balance’ which. Kingdoms of the Yoruba Third Edition Robert S. Smith "An elegant and clear introduction to this complex history.
It is based on a sound scholarly knowledge of the literature as well as the oral history—which is particularly rich for the Yoruba. It would be central to any course on Nigerian history.
Book Reviews degree of internal independence, and the highly centralized state that developed in the three centuries prior to French colonial conquest and rule differed markedly from that of its northern Yoruba overlord.
In its heyday, between the early eighteenth and Cited by: 3. Muslim Societies in Africa provides a concise overview of Muslim societies in Africa in light of their role in African history and the history of the Islamic world.
Roman Loimeier identifies patterns and peculiarities in the historical, social, economic, and political development of. The Kingdoms of Nigeria Discovery Project is a venture to visit every Kingdom in Nigeria.
Every Kingdom, King and Traditional Leaders visited will be studied, recorded and eventually archived in the Kingdoms of Nigeria Database. For more information, please visit "The Discovery Project Site". All. Institutions were often established to check the powers of the Oba and his council.8 By the end of the 16th century the political organizations of most of the Yoruba kingdoms were.
YORUBA – In the C19th the the rulers of the Yoruba kingdoms of south western Nigeria maintained elaborate palaces that were the major patrons for artists working in a huge range of media including wood sculptors, leather workers, calabash carvers, drummers, bead artists, iron workers and brass casters, as well as weavers, tailors and embroiderers.
[ ]. In his 2, page book entitled, ‘’Ile-Ife-The Source of Yoruba Civilisation’’, Prince Adelegan Adegbola wrote the following about the Yoruba people: “The Yoruba are the progeny of great.Ile Ife in the Yoruba belief is the oldest of all the Yoruba towns given that it was from Ile Ife that all other towns were founded (Krapf-Askari, ).
the town provides the fundamental and continuity of great deal of identity conceptualization for the modern Yoruba with it's role as a center from which Yoruba culture emanates and a place for Author: Kwekudee.