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Ibo and Ibibio-speaking peoples of south-eastern Nigeria

Cyril Daryll Forde

Ibo and Ibibio-speaking peoples of south-eastern Nigeria

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Published by International African Institute in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Ibo tribe,
  • Ibibios

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Daryll Forde and G.I. Jones.
    SeriesWestern Africa -- pt. 3
    ContributionsJones, G. I., 1904-, International African Institute., Ethnographic Survey of Africa.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT515 F6
    The Physical Object
    Pagination94 p. :
    Number of Pages94
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14762232M

    Writing about the Yoruba (Nigeria), Leis () likewise mentions that "the first born or the healthier one of twins was allowed to live, but the other was killed." Ethnographic observations that twins are of lowered viability are supported by clinical evidence collected on the perinatal mortality rate of twins born in U.S. hospi- tals. 'The Ibo and Ibibio-speaking Peoples of South Eastern Nigeria' in Forde, D. (ed.) Ethnographic Survey of Western Africa Part III (London ). The Author: Ben Fulford. African Development: PPHA James A. Robinson (Harris School for Public Policy) Spring , M,W, AM. This class provides an introduction to, and interpretation of, the social scientific and historical research on African development. The emphasis is . Administrative Offices: University of Iowa Stanley Museum of Art N. Riverside Drive, OMA Iowa City, IA View Museum Locations Telephone ()


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Art. Ottenberg, Simon (). Toyin Falola, ed. Igbo Art & Culture. Africa World Press. Music. Ibo Art (Shire Ethnography) by Jones, G. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at indeed, it is the longest part of the book (pp. To enable him to organize his con-siderable materials for analysis and interpre-tation, Dmochowski adopted the culture-area scheme provided by Daryll Forde and G.

Jones (The Ibo and Ibibio-Speaking Peoples of South-eastern Nigeria, London, ). The limi. The Ibibio people are a coastal people in southern Nigeria. They are mostly found in Akwa Ibom, Cross River, and on the Eastern Part of are related to the Annang Igbo and Efik peoples.

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Vol. 1, London: Longman. Offiong, D. The Ibo and Ibibio Speaking Peoples of South-Eastern Nigeria,25; Arinze, F. A., Sacrifice in Ibo Religion, IbadanII. 7) Talbot, P. A., The peoples of Southern Nigeria,London 40f. The recent book by Arinze contains some valuable Withdrawn High God in North Ibo religious belief and worship, Man, 65, 15.

The Ibibio tribe is the 4th largest ethnic set in Nigeria, and barely outnumbered by the Igbo their neighbor. Apart from the Igbos, the other two ethnic groups that outnumbers Ibibio are the Hausa and Yoruba. About five million people in Nigeria speak Ibibio as their mother tongue and inhabit much of the South- eastern part of the country.

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Numbering over 30 million, Ndi Igbo or the Igbo people live in autonomous independent communities mainly in Nigeria, Cameroon, Sierra Leone, Equatorial Guinea, and São Tomé. In Nigeria, they are bordered by the Ibibio- Ijo- Ekoi- Igala- Idoma- and Nupe-speaking peoples and share linguistic ties with the Bini, Igala, Yoruba, and Idoma.

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