Islamic Layer of Kanem-Borno Text Doesn’t Alter the Original Content of The Founding of the West African State

Source: An introduction to the history of Kanem-Borno: the prologue of the D3w1n (Borno Museum Society Newsletter) 2010 A.D.

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This source confirms yet again that underneath the Islamic layer of the particular piece of evidence Dr. Dierk Lange analyzes is that there are traditions and elements far older than Islam, so one should take seriously this particular source Dr. Dierk Lange spends extensive time on.

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