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Indo Africa. Towards a new understanding of the history of sub-saharan Africa

£34.00

Breaking new ground with a controversial but convincing argument which mackes compelling reading,the author states that Sub-Saharan Africa was explored and settled,especially in those areas rich in gold and other minerals,by Indians in the centuries,if not millenia,before Christ and by Indonesians at the beginning of the Christian era.

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h/b in clean boards,but showing some edge-wear in a rather tatty illustrated d/w size 9x6ppXXV+168,inc index,bibliography,conclusion and notes,plates as reproduced photographic b/w prints.diagrams in textpage maps,maps to both front and back p/ds and e/prs.hinges strong binding good to firm.This book has been used for research and has therefore been written in the text and margins,throughout the whole volume,and therefore more or less ruined.There are some news-paper cutting and letter tipp into the back.

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