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Bibliography:  African Prehistory

Rock Inscriptions/Ogam Translation


Achebe, Chinua: Things Fall Apart, 1988 \


Acholonu, Catherine: “Ogam Philosophical Language and the Lost Nation of Tilmun” in Reflections on Indigenous

     Philosophical Thought” a UNESCO Nigeria publication, 2007.


Acholonu-Olumba, Catherine and Ajay Prabhakar, The Gram Code of African Adam, Stone Books and Cave

      Libraries: Reconstructing 450,000 Years of Africa’s Lost Civilizations, 2005


Abu, Edet Solomon: “Ikom Monoliths, Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation”, n.d.


Afigbo, Adiele: The Age of Innocence, 1985


Akaolisa, H.K.: The Igbo Race, Origin and Controversies, 2003


Allison, Philip: Cross River Monoliths, 1967.


Bernal, Martin: Black Athena, Vol. I & II, 2002


Cary, M. and Warmington, E.: The Ancient Explorers, 1963


Chami, Felix: The Unity of African Ancient History, 300 B.C. to A.D. 500, 2006


Chukwunyere, Helen: “Oji Ezinihitte Festival in Imo State”, Nigerian Heritage: Journal of National Commission for

     Museums and Monuments, Vo. 13, 2004


Clarke, Christa: “Styles and Symbols of the Nnam Carved monoliths of Cross River State”, unpublished Masters Thesis,

     University of Maryland, USA


Davidson, Basil: Africa in History, 1991


Eyo, Ekpo: Two Thousand Year of Nigerian Art, 1990


Fage, D. D.: Introduction to the History of West Africa, 1967


Fell, Barry: America B.C., 1983


Goucher, Candice: “Connecting African History to Major Themes of World History”, Culled from the Internet


Graves, Robert: Greek Myths I & II, 1981


Hartle, D.D.: Archaeology in Eastern Provinces by Secretary for Native Affairs, Lagos, 1967


Meek, C.K.: Law and Authority in a Nigerian Tribe, 1937


Meryowitz, Eva: The Divine Kingship of Ghana and Ancient Egypt, 1960; Akan Traditions of Origin, 1952


Murry, Jocelyn: Cultural Atlas of Africa, 1988.


Nwosu, I.N.C.: Ndi Ichie Akwa Mythology and Folklore Origins of the Igbos, 1983


Nyland, Edo: “Translating Ogam, Introduction to Linguistic Archaeology for Ireland”, 1996, culled from the Internet


Onor, S.O.: The Ejagham Nation in the Cross River Region of Nigeria, 1994


Onwuejeogwu, N.A.: An Igbo Civilization, Nri Kingdom and Hegemony, 1981


Osei, Kwame: The Ancient Egyptian Origins of the Akan, 1996


Osuagwu, P.: The Oji Ezinihitte Cultural Festival, Owerri, 2000


Ratterty, K: and Ukaegbu, D: Faces of Anthropology, 2007


Ruhlen, Merrit: The Origin of Language, tracing the Evolution of the Mother Tongue, 1994


Sitchen, Zecharia: The Stairway to Heaven, 1983


Sitchen, Zecharia: When Time began, 1993


Solomon, Abu Edet: Ikom Monoliths, Unpublished Doctoral Thesis, Hokkaido University, Japan


Van Sertima, Ivan et. al. (ed.): African Presence in Early Asia, 1988


Van Sertima, Ivan (ed.): African Presence in Early Europe, 1987


Van Sertima, Ivan, ed.: Black Presence in Ancient America. They Came Before Columbus, 1976


Wellard, James: Lost Worlds of Africa, 1967“The Mysterious Origin of the Guanches”, an anonymous Internet article

     Encyclopedia Britannica (Software edition) Oxford Concise Dictionary of English Etymology, 1993Ancient Script- Cretan

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