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         Akan:     more books (100)
  1. Speaking for the Chief: Okyeame and the Politics of Akan Royal Oratory (African Systems of Thought) by Kwesi Yankah, 1995-06-01
  2. An Essay on African Philosophical Thought: The Akan Conceptual Scheme by Kwame Gyekye, 1995-09-08
  3. The Akan Diaspora in the Americas by Kwasi Konadu, 2010-05-12
  4. Let's Speak Twi: A Proficiency Course in Akan Language and Culture by Adams Bodomo, Lauren Hall-Lew, et all 2010-12-15
  5. Akan Protocol: Remembering the Traditions of Our Ancestors by Nana Akua Kyerewaa Opokuwaa, 2005-05-14
  6. Spider and the Sky God: An Akan Legend (Legends of the World) by Deborah M. Newton Chocolate, Dave Albers, 1997-01-01
  7. Open Channel Hydraulics by A. Osman Akan, 2006-03-20
  8. Akan Doctrine of God (194 Cb: A Fragment of Gold Coast Ethnics and Religion (Library of African Study) by J.B. Danquah, 1968-03-01
  9. West African Religious Traditions: Focus on the Akan of Ghana (Faith Meets Faith Series) by Robert B. Fisher, 1998-04
  10. Kunst der Akan: Kanon und Freiheit : Goldarbeiten und Bronzegusse, profane und sakrale Gegenstande, Kostbarkeiten afrikanischer Kunst (German Edition)
  11. The Akan (Twi-Fante) Language - Its Sound Systems and Tonal Structure by Florence Abena Dolphyne, 1988-12
  12. Mondes Akan - identité et pouvoir en Afrique occidentale - Akan Worlds - Identity And Power In West Africa by Valsecchi, Viti, 2000-01-01
  13. Akan Goldgewichte im Bernischen Historischen Museum =: Akan goldweights [sic] in the Berne Historical Museum (German Edition) by Charlotte von Graffenried, 1990
  14. Fundamentals of Hydraulic Engineering Systems (4th Edition) by Robert J. Houghtalen, A. Osman Akan, et all 2009-08-17

1. Akan Language - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
akan, or TwiFante, is the principal native language of Ghana, spoken over much of the southern half of that country, by about 40% of the population, and to a lesser extent

2. Akan National Park Travel Guide - Wikitravel
akan National Park is a large national park in the eastern part of the Japanese island of Hokkaido. The park's attractions are its three sparkling clear mountain lakes, the

3. Akan Bibliography
Overview to the basic books on the akan language and linguistics.

4. Akan People - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
The akan people are an ethnic linguistic group of West Africa. They speak the akan languages. This group includes the following subethnic groups Ashanti, the Akwamu, the

5. Akan Akan - LinkedIn
Experience Production Technology Intern, Boehringer Ingelheim; Graduate Teaching and Research Associate, The Ohio State University

6. Defenders Of The True Fiancee
List of sites within web ring devoted to akane Tendo.

7. Akan Definition From
n. , pl. , akan , or A kans . A South Central NigerCongo language spoken in parts of Ghana and C te d'Ivoire whose two main varieties are Fante and Twi. A member of a

8. Akan - PanAfriL10n
1. Classification / Classification. The akan (Twi, TwiFante) language varieties belong to the Central subgroup of the Volta Camoe group, which fall within New Kwa branch of Niger

9. Akan Goldweights And Proverbs
Goldweights symbolizing proverbs, with accompanying English translations.

10. Mema Mo Nyinaa Akwaaba!
This page is under construction. I will soon be adding more resource material to the study of the akan language. Index of topics covered in this homepage

11. Akan Religion; Introduction
The religious beliefs and rituals of the akan have various origins and various elements. European missionaries from early in the nineteenth century have preached not only the

12. Asomdwee Fie
The Shrine of the Abosom and Nsamanfo is a non-profit religious organization promoting akan spirituality, traditional religion, and culture. This project is designed to impart information regarding the practice of the akan Akom Tradition in America, as well as to explore other aspects of an ancient culture indigenous to Ghana, Senegal, Ivory Coast, and other parts of West Africa and the Congo.

13. Akan People
Location Ghana, southeastern C te d'Ivoire Population 4 million Language akan cluster of Twi languages Neighboring Peoples Dagomba, Senufo, Malinke, Guro, Ewe, Yaure

14. Akan Lineage Organization
The akan are best known for their colorful kingdoms, which are located throughout the forest zones of southern Ghana and Cote d'Ivoire. The tropical environment has supplied them

15. Akan Cosmology And Symbolism
This site describes akan cosmology and illustrates it through traditional akan religious symbols, each of which encodes within its graceful lines a theological or moral belief or lesson. The integration of this rich traditional akan symbolism into the Roman Catholicism of Ghana is shown, as well.

16. Global Volcanism Program Akan Summary
Country Japan Subregion Name Hokkaido (Japan) Volcano Number 080507= Volcano Type Caldera Volcano Status Historical Last Known Eruption 2008 Summit Elevation

17. Akan MySpace
MySpace profile for akan. Find friends, share photos, keep in touch with classmates, and meet new people on MySpace.

18. Akan Cultural Symbols
Explanations of the iconography of akan art.

19. Akan.Net

20. Adiama Akan (Twi) Language Classes Reclaimi The Languages Of Our
Adiama akan (Twi) Language Classes in Atlanta, GA Online Reclaiming the Traditions of Our Ancestors

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