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Published by Greenwood Press,London (1976). ISBN 10: 0837180570 ISBN 13: 9780837180571.

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People have lived in Zanzibar for 20,000 years. History properly starts when the islands became a base for traders voyaging between the African Great Lakes, the Arabian peninsula, and the Indian subcontinent. Unguja offered a protected and defensible harbor, so although the archipelago had few products of value, Omanis and Yemenis settled in what became Zanzibar City (Stone Town) as a convenient point from which to trade with towns on the Swahili Coast

During late antiquity and the early Middle Ages, political, social, economic, and cultural structures . Many historians have questioned the conventional dating of the beginning and end of the Middle Ages, which were never precise in any case and cannot be located in any year or even century.

During late antiquity and the early Middle Ages, political, social, economic, and cultural structures were profoundly reorganized, as Roman imperial traditions gave way to those of the Germanic peoples who established kingdoms in the former Western Empire. New forms of political leadership were introduced, the population of Europe was gradually Christianized, and monasticism was established as the ideal form of religious life.


History of Zanzibar: From the Middle Ages to 1856 download epub
Author: John Milner Gray
ISBN: 0837180570
Category: No category
Language: English
Publisher: Greenwood Press,London; Facsimile edition edition (March 1976)
Pages: 314 pages