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The Shona and their Neighbours

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The Shona and their Neighbours - David Beach
Oxford, Blackwell. First edition 1994. pp 246.

Fine volume in as-new condition. Dust jacket has a few very light scuffs, no chipping or tears. Immaculate blue/black cloth boards with nice gilt titles to spine. Unread text block. Occasional grainy photographs and a few tables and charts.

Africa's Shona people built the massively impressive fourteenth-century stone walls of Great Zimbabwe. In recent history they fought the white settlers who created Rhodesia; today they form the majority of the population of modern Zimbabwe. David Beach's unique study of the Shona and neighbouring Ndebele, Gaza Nguni and others links archaeology, anthropology and linguistics studies with oral traditions and later written evidence.

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Author(s):
Beach, David
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0631176780
ISBN-13:
9780631176787
Number of pages:
246
Publisher:
Blackwell
Title:
The Shona and their Neighbours

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The Shona and their Neighbours - David Beach
Oxford, Blackwell. First edition 1994. pp 246.

Fine volume in as-new condition. Dust jacket has a few very light scuffs, no chipping or tears. Immaculate blue/black cloth boards with nice gilt titles to spine. Unread text block. Occasional grainy photographs and a few tables and charts.

Africa's Shona people built the massively impressive fourteenth-century stone walls of Great Zimbabwe. In recent history they fought the white settlers who created Rhodesia; today they form the majority of the population of modern Zimbabwe. David Beach's unique study of the Shona and neighbouring Ndebele, Gaza Nguni and others links archaeology, anthropology and linguistics studies with oral traditions and later written evidence.

Author(s):
Beach, David
Condition:
Used: very good
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0631176780
ISBN-13:
9780631176787
Number of pages:
246
Publisher:
Blackwell
Title:
The Shona and their Neighbours

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