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Historia Sudaniae

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Sudania terras nonnullorum regnorum antiquorum coniugit.
Despectus in pyramides Nubianas prope Meroe?, caput regni Kush?. Photographema 2001, nonnullis pyramidibus nuper refectis.
Tria regna Nubiana Christiana. Septentrionales Alodiae fines incerti sunt, sed procul ad septentriones fortasse erant, inter quartam et quintam cataractas Nili.[1]
Omar Hassan al-Bashir, praeses Sudaniae.
Referendum libertatis Sudaniae Australis, anno 2011 habitum.

Historia Sudaniae traditiones resque gestas tractat hominum regionem continentis Africanae habitantium quae terras civitatum sui iuris Sudaniae et Sudaniae Australis comprehendit, cum maiore quidem regione, Sudania quoque appellata. Vocabulum praeterea, ab Arabico بلاد السودان bilād as-sūdān 'terra hominum nigrorum' derivatum,[2][3] latius ad historiam Africae Occidentalis Mediaeque adhibetur, praecipue ad Sahelam pertinentem.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Welsby 2002: 26.
  2. Encyclopædia Britannica. "Sudan".
  3. Department of Arts of Africa, Oceania, and the Americas. "Trade and the Spread of Islam in Africa." In Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History (Novi Eboraci: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, 2000).

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Adams, William Y. 1977. Nubia: Corridor to Africa. Princeton University Press. ISBN 978-0691093703.
  • Edwards, David. 2004. The Nubian Past: An Archaeology of the Sudan. Routledge. ISBN 978-0415369879.
  • Hasan, Yusuf Fadl. 1967. The Arabs and the Sudan: From the seventh to the early sixteenth century. Edimburgi: Edinburgh University. OCLC 33206034.
  • Hesse, Gerhard. 2002. Die Jallaba und die Nuba Nordkordofans: Händler, Soziale Distinktion und Sudanisierung. ISBN 978-3825858902.
  • Holt, P. M., et M. W. Daly, 2000. History of the Sudan: From the coming of Islam to the present Day. Pearson. ISBN 978-0582368866.
  • Lajtar, Adam. 2011. "Qasr Ibrim's last land sale, AD 1463 (EA 90225)." In Nubian Voices: Studies in Christian Nubian Culture.
  • Loimeier, Roman. 2013. Muslim Societies in Africa: A Historical Anthropology. Indiana University Press. ISBN 9780253007889.
  • McGregor, Andrew. 2011. "Palaces in the Mountains: An Introduction to the Archaeological Heritage of the Sultanate of Darfur." Sudan & Nubia 15: 129–41.
  • O'Fahey, R. S., et Jay L. Spaulding. 1974. Kingdoms of the Sudan. Methuen Young Books. ISBN 978-0416774504.
  • O'Fahey, R. S., et Jérôme Tubiana. 2007. "Darfur. Historical and Contemporary Aspects." PDF.
  • Peacock, A. C. S. 2012. "The Ottomans and the Funj sultanate in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries." Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 75 (1): 87–111. doi:10.1017/S0041977X11000838.
  • Shinnie, P. L. 1978. "Christian Nubia." In The Cambridge History of Africa, ed. J. D. Fage, 2: 556–88. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-21592-3.
  • Ruffini, Giovanni R. 2012. Medieval Nubia: A Social and Economic History. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press.
  • Spaulding, Jay. 1974. "The Fate of Alodia," Meroitic Newsletter 15: 12–30. ISSN 1266-1635. Archivum interretiale.
  • Spaulding, Jay. 1985. The Heroic Age in Sennar. Red Sea. ISBN 978-1569022603.
  • Vantini, Giovanni. 1975. Oriental Sources concerning Nubia. Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften. OCLC 174917032.
  • Vantini, Giovanni. 2006. "Some new light on the end of Soba." In Acta Nubica: Proceedings of the X International Conference of Nubian Studies, Rome, 9–14 September 2002, ed. Alessandro Roccati et Isabella Caneva, 487–91. Libreria Dello Stato. ISBN 978-88-240-1314-7.
  • Welsby, Derek. 2002. The Medieval Kingdoms of Nubia. Pagans, Christians and Muslims Along the Middle Nile. Londinii: British Museum. ISBN 978-0714119472.
  • Werner, Roland. 2013. Das Christentum in Nubien. Geschichte und Gestalt einer afrikanischen Kirche. ISBN 978-3-643-12196-7.

Bibliographia addita[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Abbas, Mekki. 1952. The Sudan question: the dispute over the Anglo-Egyptian condominium, 1884–1951.
  • Duncan, J. S. R. 1952. The Sudan: a record of achievement.
  • Gee, Martha Bettis. 2009. Piece work / peace work: working together for peace and Sudan: mission study for children and teacher's guide. Women’s Division, General Board of Global Ministries, United Methodist Church. ISBN 978-1-933663-34-0.
  • Grandin, Nicole. 1993. "Al-Merkaz al-islami al-ifriqi bi'l-Khartoum: la République du Soudan et la propagation de l'islam en Afrique noire (1977–1991)." In Le radicalisme islamique au sud du Sahara: da'wa, arabisation et critique de l'Occident, ed. René Otayek, 97–120. Lutetiae: Karthala Karthala – MSHA.
  • Hintze, Fritz, et Ursula Hintze. 1967. Alte Kulturen im Sudan. Monaci: Callwey.
  • Holt, P. M., et M. W. Daly. 2011. History of the Sudan: From the Coming of Islam to the Present Day. Ex. sexta.
  • Khaled al-Hakami. 2001. Sudan: Arabien und Schwarzafrika am Nil. Lentiae: NORDICO – Museum der Stadt. ISBN 3-85484-078-0.
  • Kramer, Robert S., ed. 2013. Historical Dictionary of the Sudan. Ed. secunda. Pars et indagatio textualis.
  • Peel, Sidney. 1905. "British Rule in the Sudan." In The Empire and the century, 800–808. Londinii: John Murray.
  • Warburg, Gabriel. 1971. Sudan Under Wingate: Administration in the Anglo-Egyptian Sudan (1899–1916).
  • Welsby, Derek A., et Julie R. Anderson, eds. 2004. Sudan: ancient treasures, an exhibition of recent discoveries from the Sudan National Museum. Londinii: British Museum Press. ISBN 0-7141-1960-1.
  • Woodward, Peter. 1990. Sudan 1898–1989 the Unstable State.
  • Woodward, Peter, ed. 2013. Sudan After Nimeiri. Pars et indagatio textualis.

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