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history of the Beja tribes of the Sudan.

A. Paul

history of the Beja tribes of the Sudan.

by A. Paul

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Published by Cass in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Corrected reprint of 1954 ed.

SeriesCass library of African studies. General studies -- no.121
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22177908M
ISBN 100714617105

  Discover the Beja People of Egypt, Sudan and Eritrea. They live among the rugged beauty of the Red Sea Hills. Many still follow a traditional lifestyle as nomadic camel herders. But thousands more.   A History of the Beja tribes of the Sudan, (parts related to Eritrea) from a book by A. Paul تاريخ قبائل البجا في السودان، (مقاطع ذات الصلة بإريتريا) من كتاب : Hedgait.

Jan 4, - The Beja Tribe of Sudan. They are some of the surviving descendants of Ancient Egyptians.   The Beja of Sudan. Amna, wearing a bright blue robe, wrapped around her body and head and with a gold ring through her nose, sits and looks at the burning coals as she roasts the coffee beans, the repeated shaking a soothing rhythm to her emotions. Amna is 21 years old and lives in Daim al Arab, the poor Beja area of Port Sudan on the Red Sea.

Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and Darfur, (Arabic: “Land of the Fur”) historical region of the Billād al-Sūdān (Arabic: “Land of the Blacks”), roughly corresponding to the westernmost portion of present-day Sudan. It lay between Kordofan to the east and Wadai to the west and extended southward to the Al-Ghazāl (Gazelle) River and.


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History of the Beja tribes of the Sudan by A. Paul Download PDF EPUB FB2

First published inthis volume was intended by its author, A. Paul, to present a complete and consecutive a history of the tribes which inhabit the mountains and deserts of eastern Sudan.

The book begins with a description of the Beja tribes and an investigation into their origins, and then traces their long history from roughly BC to the middle of the twentieth by:   A History of the Beja Tribes of the Sudan.

First published inthis volume was intended by its author, A. Paul, to present a complete and consecutive a history of the tribes which inhabit the mountains and deserts of eastern Sudan.1/5. A History of the Beja Tribes of the Sudan.

First published inthis volume was intended by its author, A. Paul, to present a complete and consecutive a history of the tribes which inhabit the mountains and deserts of eastern Sudan.

tive form as possible the history of the tribes which now inhabit the mountains and deserts of the Eastern Sudan. It has not been an easy task nor, in the midst of official duties, have I been able to devote to it as much time as I should have liked.

The student of Beja history must, moreover, be a File Size: KB. A History of the Beja Tribes of the Sudan by A. Paul, M. Sudan Political Service.

Published in Cambridge at the University Press,Presumed First Edition. Published in Cambridge at the University Press,Presumed First Rating: % positive. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

A history of the Beja tribes of the Sudan by A. Paul,Cass edition, in English A history of the Beja tribes of the Sudan. ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Reprint of the ed. Description: vii, pages illustrations 23 cm. Series Title: Cass library of. A History of the Beja Tribes of the Sudan Volume of Cass library of African studies.

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A History of the Beja tribes of the Sudan (parts related to Eritrea) A History of the Beja tribes of the Sudan, (parts related to Eritrea) from a book by A. Paul تاريخ قبائل البجا في السودان، (مقاطع ذات الصلة بإريتريا) من كتاب : Hedgait. The book begins with a description of the Beja tribes and an investigation into their origins, and then traces their long history from roughly BC to the middle of the twentieth century.

Containing numerous maps and illustrations, as well as several detailed appendices, this volume will be of interest to anyone looking for an introduction. Cambridge University Press, Cloth.

A solid, crisp copy of the 1st edition. Tight and Near Fine in a bright, VG+ dustjacket, with several very small closed tears --and just a touch of light chipping-- along the panel edges.

Octavo, black-and-white plates and maps thruout. Near Author: A. Paul. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Paul, Andrew, History of the Beja tribes of the Sudan. Cambridge, [Eng.] University Press, Beja, Arabic Bujah, nomadic people grouped into tribes and occupying mountain country between the Red Sea and the Nile and Atbara rivers from the latitude of Aswān southeastward to the Eritrean Plateau—that is, from southeastern Egypt through Sudan and into Eritrea.

Numbering about million in the early 21st century. The Beja people (Beja: Oobja, Arabic: البجا ‎, Tigre: በጃ) are an ethnic Cushitic people inhabiting Sudan, Egypt, and recent history, they have lived primarily in the Eastern number around 1, people.

The majority of Beja people speak the Beja language as a mother tongue, which belongs to the Cushitic branch of the Afro-Asiatic : 1, The Beja are said to be the descendants of Noah's grandson, Cush (son of Ham). They are a native African people who have occupied their current homelands for more than 4, years.

During that time, they adopted their Islamic religion. The Beja in Sudan are divided into four tribes: the Hadendowa, the Amarar, the Ababda, and the Beni Amer. They. Description: First published inthis volume was intended by its author, A.

Paul, to present a complete and consecutive a history of the tribes which inhabit the mountains and deserts of eastern Sudan. The book begins with a description of the Beja tribes and an investigation into their origins, and then traces their long history from. Moreover (or this book had never been written) there appears to me to be much that is worthy of study in the evolution of a race which knew Pharaoh in splendour and decline, which - A History of the Beja Tribes of the Sudan A.

Paul Excerpt More information. INTRODUCTION. texts All Books All Texts latest This Just In Smithsonian Libraries FEDLINK Full text of "A history of the Arabs in the Sudan and some account of the people who preceded them and of the tribes inhabiting Darfur" See other formats.

8 thE sudan handbook ChERRy LEonaRdi is a Lecturer in African History at Durham University. Her research and publications since have focused on the historical and contemporary role of chiefs in southern Sudan, and related issues of governance, state. THE BEJA PEOPLE: HABITAT AND HISTORY.

The indigenous Beja people are nomads who have inhabited the semi-desert area in the Red Sea coast of Sudan. Nowadays, most Beja people live in the Sudanese states of Red Sea around Port Sudan, River Nile, or Kassala among others.

More notable Beja communities can be found in the Anseba Regions of Eritrea as well as the southern parts of Egypt.

For ages, the Beja people have traversed the vast distances of the desert with their herds of cattle and camels.Bishari tribe. The Bishari (Arabic: البشارية al-Bishāriyyah or البشاريين al-Bishāriyyīn; Beja: Oobshaari) are an ethnic group inhabiting Northeast Africa. They are one of the major divisions of the Beja people.

The Bishari speak the Beja language, which belongs to the Afroasiatic family.