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The art of the Jukun-speaking peoples of northern Nigeria
Arnold Gary Rubin
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A male Ku-Jukun sculpture, Northern Nigeria, fragmentary feets, shortened legs, a slender torso with a pointed navel, curves arms carved close to the body, a helmetlikel hea with a fourparted, striated goatee, fine fascial features, on the top a domed coiffure, scarification marks on the temples; resinous to reddish patina, an age crack on the right arm, signs of age, and ritual use. The Jukun. Introduction History of Islam in Nigeria Jihad Islamic Law (sharia) Islam and Politics Islamic Movements, Islamic Reform Selected Web Resources There has been considerable recent media coverage of the implementation of Islamic (sharia) law in the northern states of Nigeria. In particular, international attention has been drawn to the application of sharia law to criminal offences and the.
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Jukun are an ethno-linguistic group or ethnic nation in West Africa. The Jukun are traditionally located in Taraba, Benue, Nasarawa, Plateau, Adamawa, and Gombe States in Nigeria and parts of northwestern Cameroon.
They are descendants of the people of Kwararafa. Most of the tribes in the north central of Nigeria trace their origin to the Jukun people and are related in one way or the other to the Jukuns.
History Of JUKUN People Of Northern Nigeria (A Must Read) by Chigold(m): pm On Jukun are an ethno-linguistic group or ethnic nation in West Africa. The Jukun are traditionally located in Taraba, Benue, Nasarawa, Plateau, Adamawa, and Gombe States in Nigeria and parts of northwestern Cameroon.
The arts of the jukun-speaking peoples on northern Nigeria / Arnold Gary Rubin. Date: Mi.: UMI Dissertation Information Service, Type: Livre / Book. Langue / Language: anglais / English.
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(1) THIS work on the Jukun of Northern Nigeria has been eagerly awaited by all those who were aware of Mr. Meek's study of this interesting people. Though these “studies were confined to a. An Ethnographical Study of the Jukun-Speaking People of Nigeria; the Sudanese kingdom London: Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and co, ltd.
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African art - African art - Nigeria: The northern and southern parts of Nigeria can be considered part of the western Sudan and Guinea Coast, respectively; but, because of the wealth of evidence for an artistic tradition of some 2, years, it is convenient to consider Nigeria separately.
The earliest-known sculpture of large size in the Sudan is the ceramic art of the Nok culture, which. This excellent example of the figurative sculpture found among the Jukun-speaking peoples of northeastern Nigeria has been identified with other sculptures that the renowned art historian Arnold Rubin photographed in the field from to It resembles those of the subgroup called “Wurbo” after the town of Wurbon Daudu.
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They provide insight in the diverse art production of Northern Nigeria, demonstrating the existence of a rich sculptural tradition from Yelwa in the northwest to Yola in the southeast. Read more Read less click to open popoverReviews: 1.Jukun-speaking peoples, the Kanuri, moved to the upper east and formed the Kanem-Bornu 1 The name ‗Jukun‘ means ‗people‘ or ‗human beings‘, a plethora of clans or ‗ethnic groups‘ in various communities.
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