Peoples of the Horn of Africa: Somali, Afar and Saho
Purpose of this series is to present in a brief and readily comprehensible form a summary of available information concerning the different peoples of Africa with respect to location, natural environment, economy and crafts, social structure, political organization, and religious beliefs and cults.
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THE SOMALI AFAR DANAKIL AND SAHO
MAIN FEATURES or Econony
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Abgal Abyssinian Adoimara Afar Africa agnatic Ajuran ancestor Arab Arabian Asaimara Aussa Baidoa Barile British Somaliland Burton camels cattle Cerulli clan segments clients coast coastal Colucci confederacy council Cucinotta Dabarre Danakil Dankalia Darod descendants Deschamps Digil Drake-Brockman durra Eritrea Ethiopia feast Ferrandi ﬁgures ﬁrst French Somaliland Gadabursi Galla Gasar Gudda Geledi genealogy Gerra goats grazing Guillain Habr Awal Hakaba Harar Harti Hawiya Helai Hunt Ibid important Ishaak Islam Italian jama'a Juba land Lewis Licata lineage Lugh Marehan marriage Midgan Mijertein Mogadishu Mohammed Mohammedan Negroid noble Somali nomadic Odorizzi Ogaden op.cit pastoralists pastures political Pollera population Puccioni qadi Rahanwein rains region relations rivers Robecchi-Bricchetti Saho season settlements Shebelle Sheik slaves social Somali society structure Sultan tariqa territory Thesiger tomb traditions trans-Juba tribal chief tribal sections tribal-family tribes Trimingham Tunni U.N. Report unit wadad women Wright Yibir Zeila Zoli