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The Boundaries of Yorubaland
The Growth of Yoruba Culture between
The Causes and Consequences of the Collapse
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19th century Abeokuta Abiodun accepted Afonja African agba Ajele Akinjogbin Alaafin Alaafin of Oyo Alimi alowa army attacked authority Awolowo babalawo Basorun became Benin British Administration called century civil wars ceremony chiefs child colonial communities concept of power conquered constitutional Dahomey Dahomian Ebi system economic Egba Egba kingdom Egbe Omo Oduduwa Ekiti Ekiti-parapo established European fight forces Fulani Hausa head hegemony Ibadan Igbo igbori Ijaye Ijebu Ijesa Ile-Ife Ilorin imperial independence introduced into Yorubaland Ketu king Lagos large numbers marriage military Modakeke names NCNC Nigeria Nupe Obafemi Obatala Ondo Ooni organisation orisa Oyo Empire Oyo mesi Oyo-Ile peace period person political polygyny pre-Oduduwa probably regarded reign rulers slave trade social society spiritual powers stage started territory town traditions various villages wife wives woman women Yoruba culture Yoruba history Yoruba kingdoms Yoruba leaders Yoruba Obas Yoruba say Yorubaland