Peoples of the Horn of Africa: Somali, Afar and Saho
This book has, from its first publication, been an essential reference tool for research of any aspect of society, history and culture in this part of Africa. Originally published in 1955 as part of the International African Institute's landmark Ethnographic Survey of Africa series, it was reprinted in 1969 with a new bibliography. This new edition contains further supplemental and previously unpublished material based on Professor Lewis' later field research on land-holding systems in the Somali reverine regions.
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THE SOMALI AFAR DANAKIL AND SAHO
Main Features of Economy
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Abgal Adoimara Afar Afgoi Africa agnatic Ajuran ancestor Arab Arabian Asaimara Aussa Baidoa Barile Brava British Somaliland camels cattle Cerulli clan segments client coast coastal Colucci common confederacy council Cucinotta cultivation Danakil Darod descendants Deschamps dia-paying group Digil Digil and Rahanweyn Drake-Brockman durra Eritrea Ferrandi French Somaliland Gadabursi Galla Gasar Gudda Geledi genealogy Gerra goats grazing Guillain Hakaba Harar Hawiya Helai Hunt I. M. Lewis Ibid important Ishaak Islam Italian jama'a Jiddu Juba lineage Marehan marriage Merca Midgan Mijertein Mogadishu Mohammed Mohammedan Negroid noble Somali nomadic northern Somali Odorizzi Ogaden pastoralists pasture political Pollera population Puccioni qadi Rahanwein rains region relations Riverine rivers Robecchi-Bricchetti Saho season settlements Shebelle Sheik slaves Somali social Somali society structure Sultan tariqa territory Thesiger tomb traditional trans-Juba tribal chief tribal sections tribal-family tribes Trimingham Tunni U.N. Report unit village Yibir Zeila Zoli