TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «MBOMU»
The term «Mbomu» is barely ever used and occupies the 207.523
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «MBOMU»
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HISTORY The region of East Sudan was, apparently from the end of the sixteenth
century, settled by three waves of immigrants speaking central Sudanic
languages. The third and last of these waves comprised a people known as the
Henri J. M. Claessen, Peter Skalnik, 1978
The Scottish Geographical Magazine
The Welle district is subdivided into four zones : the Rubi- Welle zone, with its
capital at Jabbir ; the Werre-Mbomu (or Bomu) zone, with its capital at Werre ; the
Makua zone, with its capital at Nyangara ; the Makaraka zone, with its capital at ...
The Archaeological and Linguistic Reconstruction of African ...
West of the bend of the Ubangi River was the group that much later became the
modern Gbeya, Ngbaka, and Mandja peoples, namely, the proto-Western
Ubangians. Perhaps settled to the east toward the Mbomu and Uele confluence
Christopher Ehret, Merrick Posnansky, 1982
The Southern Sudan in Historical Perspective
The Azande The first of the Azande waves probably reached the Mbomu River
sometime in the sixteenth century and were followed by yet other waves of
Azande migrants moving eastwards. None of these inundations acted as a
The Congo State: Or, the Growth of Civilisation in Central ...
This convention contained six articles, of which the last two were formal, and
need not be quoted. The first article conceded a part of the Belgian claim, by
constituting the Mbomu the upper course of the Ubangi. It reads as follows :— “
Demetrius Charles Boulger, 2012
The Nile quest: a record of the exploration of the Nile and ...
The Sue-Jur rises in about 4° north latitude, not many days' journey to the east of
Mbomu. (The Mbomu is an important tributary of the Welle-Ubangi, which again
is one of the principal tributaries of the Congo.) There is nearly continuous steam
Sir Harry Hamilton Johnston, 1903
Historical Dictionary of the Democratic Republic of the Congo
MBOMU. The name given to commoners in Zande society, as opposed to
aristocrats who were called Vongara. The Mbomu were primarily hunters from
Sudan who migrated into northern Congo in the 18th and 19th centuries and
Emizet Francois Kisangani, Scott F. Bobb, 2009
Language Change and Language Contact in Pidgins and Creoles
The people who spoke this language were such successful traders along the
Mbomu river that they descended it and entered the Ubangi, which flows
westward, travelling about 800 km or more, "at least as far as Bangui" (Diki- Kidiri,
Bara- tier was sent ahead to the Mbomu River where Germain, Mangin, Largeau,
and Simon were already exploring the various overland and river routes leading
most directly to Fashoda. There were another 450 miles between Bangui and ...
David Levering Lewis, 2001
What made possible the expansion of Central Sudani c communities into the
forest environment was, we suspect, the coming of Niger-Congo peoples—the
Bantu within the forest proper and the Mbomu-Wele along the wet savannah
fringe of ...
2 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «MBOMU»
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Muted Applause for Ugandan Rebel's Arrest
According to the Ugandan army, LRA officer Caesar Acellam was captured in a pre-planned ambush as he crossed the Mbomu river between ... «AllAfrica.com, May 12»
Capture of Ugandan warlord Joseph Kony's senior commander after …
The Lord's Resistance Army militants had been trying to cross the River Mbomu. Ugandan army intelligence chief Lt Col Abdul Rugumayo said ... «Daily Mail, May 12»