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History of the first twelve years of the reign of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu (1571-1533) by his Imam.

Aḥmad Ibn Furṭū

History of the first twelve years of the reign of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu (1571-1533) by his Imam.

Ahmed ibn Fartua; together with the "Diwan of the sultans of Bornu" and "Girgam" of the Magumi

by Aḥmad Ibn Furṭū

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Published by Printed by the government printer in Lagos .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Idris, -- Mai of Bornu, -- ca. 1533-ca. 1596.,
  • Borno State (Nigeria) -- History.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementtranslated from the Arabic with introduction and notes by H. R. Palmer.
    ContributionsPalmer, Herbert Richmond, Sir, 1877- ed. and tr.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination121 p.
    Number of Pages121
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17935413M
    LC Control Number33022097

    The Muslim Wandala state controlled large areas of the plains south of Lake Chad between the seventeenth and twentieth centuries a.d. The Wandala also engaged in an extremely complex, and often hostile, set of relations with the inhabitants of the Mandara Mountains, which bordered their state to the south and closely adjoined successive Wandala by: Idris Alooma was mai (king) of the Kanem-Bornu Empire, located mainly in Chad and Nigeria. An outstanding statesman, under his rule () Kanem-Bornu touched the zenith of its power. Idris.

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History of the First Twelve Years of the Reign of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu () but also of the whole life and movement of the Bornu. As well as a description of Mai Idris, his pilgrimages and moral influence, his administration, expansionist activities, military strategy and successes, and the spread of Islam, the work gives an.

The impact of Alooma’s policies on pilgrimage can be deduced from the fact that his grandson, Mai Ali, made three pilgrimages to Mecca, taking thousands of Bornu pilgrims each time. Source. Ahmad ibn Fartuwa, History of the First Twelve Years of the Reign of Mai Idris, Alooma of Bornu,translated by H.

Palmer (London: Cass, ). The Bilala are a Muslim people that live around Lake Fitri, in the Batha Prefecture, in central last Chadian census in stated that they numberedpersons.

Their language, Naba, is divided in four dialects and is in the Nilo-Saharan group; it is shared by two of their neighbours, the Kuka and the three peoples are collectively known as Lisi and are believed to. the mai Download the mai or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format.

History Of The First Twelve Years Of The Reign Of Mai Idris Alooma Of Bornu Author by: Ahmed Ibn Fartua In the wake of the notable failure of the OECD draft Multilateral Agreement on Investment (MAI), it has become clear that any attempt to.

History of the First Twelve Years of the Reign of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu, Lagos () reprinted London () Sudanese Memoirs: Being Mainly Translations of a Number of Arabic Manuscripts Relating to the Central and Western Sudan, 3 volumes, Lagos (), reprinted London () The Bornu, Sahara and Sudan, London ()Monarch: George V.

in his Shd'n Sultdn Mai Idris Alawma, translated and published by J. Palmer as the History of the first Twelve Years of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu. From the documents, it would also seem that Bornu and the Ottoman vildyet of Tripoli, had from about to some later.

It was during the reign of Mai Idris Alooma that Kanem Borno reached its Zenith. He was active at home as a solider, administrator and Islamic personality, while in foreign affairs was a skilled diplomat and negotiator, corresponding with the major Islamic powers of the day.

The achievements of Mai Idris Alooma are as follows: 1. Mai Idris Alooma of Kanem-Borno (ruled AD) Greatest ruler of the Central African state of Kanem-Borno; Mai (i.e. King) Idris Alooma () was a most successful politician of the period who gained considerable international prestige.

History of the first twelve years of the reign of Mai Idris, Alooma of Bornu () / by his Imam, Ahmed Ibn Fartua, together with the 'Diwan of the Sultans of Bornu' and 'Girgam of the Magumi'; translated from the Arabic with an introduction an.

Ahmed ibn Fartuwa, A history of the first twelve years of the reign of Mai Idris A looma of Bornu (I57i-i) (Lagos, I), i I. Palmer, in his introduction (p. 3), suggests that the 'mosque of the Armi', which Ibn Fartuwa mentions in his other book, may have been a mosque founded by Turks, called Rumi from the Byzantine empire (al-Rum).

Mai Idris of Bornu, – History of the first twelve years of the reign of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu. By his Imam, Ahmed ibn Fartua together with the “Diwan of the Sultans of Bornu” and “Girgam” of the Magumi. Translated from the Arabic with Introduction and. This made it much easier for subsequent historians to have a chronology of the reign of Idris Alooma.

His then court Historian, Imam Ahmed Fartua, wrote a book History of the Twelve Years of the Reign of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu in late s. From the records of this historian, we have primal information about the relationship between the.The Kanuri of Bornu; The Sultanate of Bornu; translated from the German of A.

Schultze with additions and appendices by P. A A Sudanic chronicle: the Borno expeditions of Idris Alauma () according to the account of Ahma History of the first twelve years of the reign of Mai Idris, Alooma of Bornu () by his Imam, Ah. 7 ‘Diwan of the sultans of Bornu’, in Ahmed ibn Fartua, History of the First Twelve Years of the Reign of Mai Idris Alooma of Bornu, ed.

Palmer, H. R. (London, ), speaks, immediately before this Mai Ahmad reference, of Alooma, and it seems likely that Palmer's attribution of a thirteenth century date is far too by: