Borno Museum Society Newsletter

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

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. Note: Page 79 of the source. Note: Page 79 of the source. Note: Page 80 of the source. Note: Page 80 of the source. Note: Page 81 of the source. Note: Page 82 of the source. Note: Page 82 of the source. Note: Page 83 of the source. Note: Page 83 of the source. Note: Page 84 of the source. Note: Page 84 of the source. Note: Page 85 of the source. Note: Page 86 of the source. Note: Page 87 of…
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The Mune of West Africa was the Ark of the Covenant in Ancient Israel

The Mune of West Africa was the Ark of the Covenant in Ancient Israel

Source: The Mune Symbol as the Ark of the Covenant between Duguwa and Sefuwa (Borno Museum Society Newsletter) 2006 A.D. Note: Page 15 of the source. Note: Page 16 of the source. Note: Page 16 of the source. Note: Page 17 of the source. Note: Page 18 of the source. Note: Page 19 of the source. Note: Page 19 of the source. Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 20 of the source. Note: Page 21 of the source. Note: Page 22 of the source. Note: Page 22 of the source. Note: Page 23 of the source. Note: Page…
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Groups of Refugees From the Ancient Near East Came to Sub-Sahara Africa

Groups of Refugees From the Ancient Near East Came to Sub-Sahara Africa

Source: Emergence of social complexity in the southern Chad Basin towards 500 BC: Archeological and other evidence (Borno Museum Society Newsletter) 2007 A.D. Note: Page 49 of the source. Note: Page 49 of the source. Note: Page 51 of the source. Note: Page 51 of the source. Note: Page 52 of the source. Note: Page 52 of the source. Note: Page 53 of the source. Note: Page 54 of the source. Note: Page 54 of the source. Note: Page 55 of the source. Note: Page 55 of the source. Note: Page 56 of the source. Note: Page 56 of the source. Note:…
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The Reason why Assyrian Refugees Fled into Africa

The Reason why Assyrian Refugees Fled into Africa

Source: Immigration of the Chadic-speaking Sao Towards 600 BCE (Borno Museum Society Newsletter) 2008 A.D. Note: Page 84 of the source. Note: Page 84 of the source. Note: Page 85 of the source. Note: Page 85 of the source. Note: Page 86 of the source. Note: Page 86 of the source. Note: Page 87 of the source. Note: Page 87 of the source. Note: Page 88 of the source. Note: Page 88 of the source. Note: Page 89 of the source. Note: Page 89 of the source. Note: Page 90 of the source. Note: Page 90 of the source. Note:…
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