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Actually, Mema is in the dry savanna where agriculture is almost impossible.
Actually, Mema is in the dry savanna where agriculture is almost impossible. But, in ancient times, it was rich in water, because there ran a confluent of the Niger River. The prosperity of this region is attested by the.
It is based on fieldwork undertaken in the winter of 1989–90. Altogether, 137 sites were found. Of these, 28 were Late Stone Age sites (LSA) sites and 109 Iron Age sites (IA). This is quite remarkable, coming from an area, which is often referred to as the Dead Delta. The sites discussed in this book have been surveyed and test excavated by the author with the assistance of former students from Rice University and University College London.
Numerous slag heaps (associated with smelting furnaces) found during the regional site survey, and exotic goods uncovered during the excavations at Akumbu indicated that local iron production and long distance trade played an important role in the Mema economy. Anthropology; Archaeology. Archaeological investigations of Iron Age sites in the Mema region, Mali (West Africa).
Togola was born in Bougouni Cercle, Sikasso in 1948 to a Bambara village chief and one of his later wives . Togola, Téréba (2008). ISBN 978-1-4073-0178-5.
For some time he worked as a teacher in the Kayes Region.
Archaeological Investigations of Iron Age Sites in the Mema Region, Mali (West Africa), Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology n. 3, pp. 93-101, Oxford: BAR. Other ways of looking at clustering: Saul, M. and P. Royer 2001. Paris: ACCT-Karthala. T. Archaeological Investigations of Iron Age Sites in the Mema Region, Mali (West Africa), pp. Sources relevant to both Ghana and Mali: Belcher, . 999. Epic Traditions of Africa.
Archaeological Investigations of Iron Age Sites in the Mema Region, Mali (West Africa) Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 73 by Tereba Togola. Archaeological Investigations of Iron Age Sites in the Mema Region, Mali (West Africa) Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 73 by Tereba Togola (pp. 155-157). Adrar Bous: Archaeology of a Central Saharan Granitic Ring Complex in Niger by J. Desmond Clark, Diane Gifford-Gonzalez.
Méma is a region in Mali, Africa. A plain of alluvial deposits, it is situated north of Massina; west of Lake Debo and the Inner Niger Delta; and southwest of the Lakes Region. The now-senescent basin may have been the first settlement area for communities who migrated from distressed homelands of the Sahara during the last two millennia BC. Historically, Mema was one of the smaller Soninke References.
The Malian Lakes Region of West Africa has long been overlooked in. .Archaeological investigations of Iron Age sites in the Méma region, Mali (West Africa).
The Malian Lakes Region of West Africa has long been overlooked in favour of better-known basins of the Niger River. The 1996 fieldseason results (British Archaeology Reports international series 647). Oxford: J. & E. Hedges.
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