A Fistful of Shells West Africa from the Rise of the Slave

[Ebook] ➩ A Fistful of Shells West Africa from the Rise of the Slave Trade to the Age of Revolution By Toby Green – Army-of-northern-virginia.co Winner of the Nayef Al Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding 2019Shortlisted for the Cundill History Prize and the Pius Adesanmi Memorial Award An Observer and Wall Street Journal Book of theWinner of the Nayef Al Rodhan Prize for Global Cultural Understanding 2019Shortlisted for the Cundill History Prize and the Pius Adesanmi Memorial Award An Observer and Wall Street Journal Book of the Year 2019'Astonishing staggering' Ben Okri Daily Telegraph A groundbreaking new history that will transform our view of West AfricaBy the time of the 'Scramble for Africa' in the late nineteenth century Africa had already been globally connected for many centuries Its gold had fuelled the economies of Europe and Islamic world since around 1000 and its sophisticated kingdoms had traded with Europeans along the coasts fro.

M Senegal down to Angola since the fifteenth century Until at least 1650 this was a trade of equals using a variety of currencies most importantly shells the cowrie shells imported from the Maldives and the nzimbu shells imported from BrazilToby Green's groundbreaking new book transforms our view of West and West Central Africa It reconstructs the world of kingdoms whose existence like those of Europe revolved around warfare taxation trade diplomacy complex religious beliefs royal display and extravagance and the production of artOver time the relationship between Africa and Europe revolved ever around the trade in s.

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A Fistful of Shells West Africa from the Rise of the Slave

A Fistful of Shells West Africa from the Rise of the Slave Toby Green is the author of five previous works of non fiction and his work has been translated into ten languages He teaches the history and culture of Portuguese speaking Africa at King’s College London

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