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Essays on Lozi and royal property
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Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property (Rhodes-Linvingstone Papers, NUmber Ten) Hardcover – January 1, by Max Gluckman (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" — — — Hardcover Author: Max Gluckman.
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Property rights of the Lozi king and royal family. [Max Gluckman]. Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property: 1. Lozi Land Tenure and 2. Property Rights of the Lozi King and Royal Family Rhodes-Livingstone Papers No All books are carefully packaged and despatched by registered or recorded mail, or by a courier service; the customer is always able to track their shipment.
Photographs may be supplied if. Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property. Article. Jan ; Max Gluckman; View. Simply put, this book is a feast for the intellect"â Thomas M. Wilson, American Anthropologist "One of the best. Gluckman, M. (), Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property. Rhodes-Livingstone Paper No.
10 (Manchester University Press, Lusaka and Manchester). Gluckman, ‘Lozi land tenure’ in Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property, pp.7– Gluckman, Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property, pp– The quotation is from p Gluckman, Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property, p Gluckman, Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property, pp– Lozi society was never stationary, due to flooding of the Zambezi.
In the winter time, the populace moved to the drier uplands and journeyed back to the fertile flood plains. All was organized by the litunga. This movement took on a royal function lead by the litunga, in his large royal barge.
Cattle herding was a. The Lozi believe that these royal graves are infused with great supernatural power, affecting the lives not only of the royal heirs but of all the inhabitants of Loziland. Each grave has its resident priest, who makes offerings at Essays on Lozi and royal property book site.
The royal ancestors are believed to act as intermediaries between Nyambe (the supreme god) and man. Burger, J.P. () An English-Lozi Vocabulary, Book Depot of Paris Missionary Society, Sefula, pp. Colyer, S. () Sikololo: notes on the grammar with a vocabulary, pp. Elderkin, E.D. () ‘Silozi and Namibia ’ in K.
Legère ed. Cross-Border Languages: Reports and Studies – Regional Workshops on Cross-Border Languages. catalog books, media & more in the Essays on Lozi land and royal property. Gluckman, Max, Livingstone, No. Rhodesia: Rhodes- Livingstone Institute, Lozi land tenure; 2.
Property rights of the Lozi king and royal family. Online. Google Books (Full view) Check availability Hoover Library Status of items at Hoover Library. Family and Property Amongst the Amhara Nobility. The Journal of African History, Vol. 24, Issue. 2, p. Tribute was also paid to the king and royal family, in recognition of the ultimate royal ownership of the means of production.
); Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property. Granted the rights of a prince of the Royal House. - 18xx Mulena Yomuhulu Mbumu wa Litunga Selumelume Muimui, Litunga of the Lozi, son of Mulena Yomuhulu Mbumu wa Litunga Mulambwa Santulu wa Liala, Litunga of the Lozi.
Elected after the death of his father, when the people of Nalolo refused to yield their much-loved chief, ca. July Essays on Lozi land and royal property / by Max Gluckman, Rhodes-Livingstone Institute () Human problems in British Central Africa / editors, J.
Clyde Mitchell, Elizabeth Colson and Max Gluckman, Published on behalf of the Rhodes-Livingstone. MHR Zambia Author of "A Visit to England" (), "English-Lozi Phrase Book", and "English-Bemba Phrase Book".
Rcvd: GC of the Order of the Eagle of Zambia, KMC in Silver, King George VI () and Queen Elizabeth II () Coron., and Zambian Independence () medals.
WHEN last April we reviewed Dr. Max Gluckman's Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property we omitted to refer to the distinction drawn in Lozi law between yamba and zabulena. Gluckman says that, so far as he knows, this interesting juristic distinction has not been recorded elsewhere in Africa; and one purpose of this note is to invite our.
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Essays on Lozi land and royal property. Rhodes-Livingstone paper The seven year research plan of the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute. Journal of the Rhodes-Livingstone Institute. ; Malinowski’s contribution to social anthropology.
African Studies 6: ; Malinowski’s Sociological Theories. Rhodes-Livingstone. Essays on Lozi land and royal property: I. Lozi land tenure, and II. Property rights. of the Lozi king and royal family. page 91 note 1 See my Economy of the Central Barotse Plain, Livingstone,and Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property, Livingstone, page 92 note 1 Allan, 1 The papers which form this article were read at a joint meeting of the Royal Anthropological Institute and the International African Institute on 4 May Gluckman, Max, Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property, Northern Rodesia: The Rhodes-Livingstone Institute,pp.
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The Lozi people settled in the Barotseland region of Zambia in the Western Province of that country. The earliest known tribe of the Lozi people to settle in the area, the Lye, migrated from Katanga in the Congo.
Lozi, a complex of about 25 peoples of about 6 cultural groups inhabiting western Zambia, the area formerly known as Barotseland in Zambia and speaking Benue-Congo languages of the Niger-Congo family. Formerly, the groups were all called Barotse as subjects of the paramount chief of the dominant.
Custom and conflict in British society (Book) ANTHROPOLOGY AFTER GLUCKMAN: the manchester school, colonial and postcolonial transformations Essays on Lozi land and royal property by Max Gluckman (Book) 22 editions published.
Among his other books are: Economy of the Central Barotse Plain; Essays on Lozi Land and Royal Property; Administrative Organisation of the Barotse Native Authorities; Malinowski's Sociological Theories; Custom and Conflict in Africa; and Politics, Law and Ritual in Tribal Society.
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Imbuwa: le one. Keeper of the Royal Herd. Steward Mwanangombe: Literally young of the cow ie Calf. So the name denotes fertility and multiplying. It also points to the importance of cattle in Lozi culture and the maternal affection of the cow for its calf.
It can also according to Lisimba suggest an owner of cattle. Muhawo. The Lozi believe that these royal graves are infused with great supernatural power, affecting the lives not only of the royal heirs but of all the inhabitants of Loziland.
Each grave has its resident priest, who makes offerings at the site. The royal ancestors are believed to act as intermediaries between Nyambe (the supreme god) and man. A collection of useful phrases in Lozi, a Bantu language spoken mainly in southwestern Zambia, and also in Zimbabwe, Bostwana, the Democratic Republic of Congo and Namibia.
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