2 edition of Political history of Ile-Ife (cradle of Yoruba race) 1900-1980 found in the catalog.
Political history of Ile-Ife (cradle of Yoruba race) 1900-1980
|LC Classifications||DT515.9.I34 O38 2001|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||125 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||125|
The Oduduwa Controversy Resolved. By Naiwu Osahon A lot of dust was raised in the press in over the Oduduwa issue. The controversies on Oduduwa are finally put to rest in this write-up. All students of history must carefully preserve this historical record as a reference point. Oduduwa is. The significance of Ile-Ife in Yoruba political life is especially revealed by two incidents: the visit of the Ooni, paramount ruler of Ile-Ife, to Lagos in ; and the formation, in the s.
The structural organization of Ile-Ife and its special religious, political, and spatial form symbolize the sacred cosmology behind the city's origins. The most important section is the center, the Ooni's palace, or aafin, often called oke-ile (the high or big house), located on an elevated site, and the five principal quarters that constitute. On 28th July, , the multibillionaire king of Ile Ife, Osun State, Nigeria Ooni of Ife Oba Okunade Sijuwade, Olubuse II was officially announced on several news media as being confirmed dead in a hospital in London, United Kingdom after a brief illness. The race to replace him with another prince among the hundreds of Ife princes available (both the late king’s sons and the sons of his.
According to traditions, Oyo derived from a great Yoruba ancestor and hero, Oduduwa, who likely migrated to Ile-Ife and whose son became the first alaafin (alafin), or ruler, of Oyo. Linguistic evidence suggests that two waves of immigrants came into Yorubaland between and , the second settling at Oyo in the open country north of the Followers: K. THE YORUBA AND BENIN RELATIONSHIP IN IZODUWA/IMADODUWA/ODUDUWA "Do you believe ODUDUWA is the ancestral father of the Yoruba people? Many Yoruba scholars claim oduduwa fell from the sky to Yoruba land. Where actually did he land?, Any sign? Others say he came from the east (Benin Kingdom), ok, did he meet people in the so.
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The history of Nigeria can be traced to settlers trading across the middle East and Africa as early as BC. Numerous ancient African civilizations settled in the region that is known today as Nigeria, such as the Kingdom of Nri, the Benin Empire, and the Oyo Empire.
Islam reached Nigeria through the Borno Empire between ( AD) and Hausa States around ( AD) during the 11th century. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Okelola, Olubayo. Political history of Ile-Ife (cradle of Yoruba race) Lagos: Lichfield, A traditional history of Ile-Ife Unknown Binding – January 1, # 1 Best Seller in Political Leader Biographies.
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Oral history from our forefathers at Ife told us that even though Oranmiyan was on the throne as Ooni of Ife, he was often away from Ile-Ife on his war expeditions against the neighbouring hostile.
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And in the fourth (and now current) edition of the book, the late author wrote: Many many years ago, the Binis came all the way from Egypt to found a more secure shelter in this part of the world, after a short stay in the Sudan and at Ile Ife.
which the Benin people call Uhe. The significance of Ile-Ife in Yoruba political life is especially revealed by two incidents: the visit of the Ooni, paramount ruler of Ile-Ife, to Lagos in ; and the formation, in the s.
Re: A Brief History Of Ile-ife by MrPresident1: pm On Oduduwa is a banner name, an ensign for a mass of ancient Israelites who arrived Ile-Ife, from a more advanced civilisation in the east, they conquered and assimilated the aboriginal tribes that they met on ground.
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Using political, cultural and spatial approaches, the book shows that Nigerians and foreign donors alike saw the nation’s new universities as vital institutions: a. sons. Minor waves of migration from Ile-Ife resulted in large and small chiefdoms such as Ketu and Shabe in the far west, Oyo in the Savannah, and Benin to the east.
This phase occurred chiefly in the 11 th century, when the Yoruba brought into play their political File Size: KB. Ile-Ife. Ile-Ife, also known as Ife or Ife-Lodun, is the holy city of the Yoruba people who live in Nigeria in West Africa.
Ile-Ife appears in myths as the birthplace of creation and the location where the first humans took form. According to Yoruba mythology, the world was originally a marshy, watery wasteland.
Ile-Ife: The Place where the Day Dawns. The Yoruba myth of origin tells the story of how Ile-Ife, and the entire world, came into existence. 1,2 At a time before time, when the world was only darkness and primordial waters, Olodumare, the Supreme Being, decided to create something new in the universe.
He gave his eldest divine son, Obatala, a chain, a shell containing a small quantity of sand. history of yoruba land Download history of yoruba land or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.
Click Download or Read Online button to get history of yoruba land book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. about the history of Ile-Ife and in so doing learn more about the vast culture of the Yoruba people.
The result,we are sure,would be an enlightening one. Ile-Ife is a town steeped in mystery and myth. All around the town are dotted mysterious stone sculptures and obelisks, the most famous being the stone obelisk known as Oranmiyan's staff.
Ile Ife, Leo Frobenius Institute. Ile-Ife, the name which the town in the Nigerian rainforest miles northeast of Lagos is called originates from the Yoruba myth of origin which designates it as the place of a in this myth descended with a task from Olodumare, or God, to create life.
On his way, he was distracted by and got intoxicated with palm wine, hence the. Ile-Ife is a Medieval period site in Nigeria, occupied between the 11th and 15th centuries CE. It is considered the ancestral home of the Yoruba people.
Residents made naturalistic Benin bronzes, terracotta and copper allow sculptures. In his book, "The Oral Traditions in Ile-Ife," Yemi D.
Prince referred to the terracotta artists of A.D. as the founders of Art Guilds, cultural schools of philosophy, which today can be likened to many of Europe's old institutions of learning that were originally established as religious : Kwekudee. London - London - History: Although excavations west of London have revealed the remains of circular huts dating from before bc, the history of the city begins effectively with the Romans.
Beginning their occupation of Britain under Emperor Claudius in ad 43, the Roman armies soon gained control of much of the southeast of Britain. At a point just north of the marshy valley of the Thames. In his book, "The Oral Traditions in Ile-Ife," Yemi D.
Prince referred to the terracotta artists of A.D. as the founders of Art Guilds, cultural schools of philosophy, which today can be likened to many of Europe's old institutions of learning which were originally established as religious bodies.
According to history, Ooni Lajamisan gave birth to Ooni Lajodogun the father of Ogboru, Lafogido and Osinkola, which are today three of the four Ruling Houses in Ile-Ife, the forth being Giesi, a. With the abundancy of power and authority in the hands of Ile-Ife as at this time, it sent one of the members of its dynasty around AD to rule the Benin territory but fine enough the basic social and political structures that were being practiced in Pages: The selection of a new king for Ile Ife was termed a “race” because of how important the ancient town of Ile Ife is in the culture and history of the Yoruba nation.
According to the book authored by the multi-talented 19 th Nigerian president and therefore achieved what no other political party in Nigerian history has ever.Brief History of Ile Ife in Osun state Nigeria Ilé-Ifẹ̀ is an ancient Yoruba city in south-western Nigeria and dated back to as early as BCE Do you have additional information about ile-Ife or you want to add local news and event in the city of Ile-Ife, simply click Reply button, delete the Re and insert you new title and add your content.