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Egharevba s first book Ekhara vb itan Edo (1933) and its first translation A short history of Benin (Lagos, C.M.S Bookshop1936) opened thus. Many, many years ago, Odua ( oduduwa) of uhe( Ile-Ife) the father and the progenitor. of the Yoruba Kings sent his eldest son Obagodo who took the title of Ogiso with a.
2.1 How to Read a History Assignment. The study of history means reading. There's no escaping that simple fact. And reading history can be a satisfying experience, regardless of what you might have heard. It all depends on the book you are reading.
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This is the origin of the title 'Ogiso' which carne to be the title of the earliest Benin Kings, before the advent of Oramniyan." There were thirty—one of these kings who were styled Ogiso and their rule lasted for nearly 1000 years. In his book titled A Short History of Benin, Chief (Dr.) Jacob
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A SHORT HISTORY OF BENIN* UYILAWA USUANLELE NCAC, BENIN TOYIN FALOLA UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS-AUSTIN I One of the most popular and most widely cited books in the study of precolonial Africa, particularly of the forest region, is Jacob U. Egharevba's A Short History of Benin. It was first published in the