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Joseph Ki-Zerbo - Histoire de l'Afrique: méthodologie et préhistoire

(Audio recording)

Langue : Français

The origin of the word 'Africa' has been difficult to elucidate. It became the accepted term from Roman times onwards in the form 'Africa', replacing the originally Greek or Egyptian word 'Libya', the land of the Lebu or the Lubins in Genesis. From designating the North African coast, the word 'Africa' came to be applied to the whole continent from the end of the first century before our era.
But what was the original meaning of the name?


Sujets et mots clés
Lieux/région: Various countries, UNESCO HQ, Africa
Séries: INA-UNESCO collection
Type: Interview
Durée:
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Interviewee: Joseph Ki-Zerbo
Publisher: UNESCO Radio
 

Original: Reel-to-reel audio tape
Emplacement: F-S.314
Référence UMVS: STV17497
File No: AVFONDS-INA-17497.WAV
Réf. Studio TV: RAD/17497
Détenteur des droits: UNESCO