Ancient Civilisations of Africa, Doctorate

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Syllabus of the Subject: Ancient African Civilisations (Volume II of the UNESCO General History of Africa).

  1. Professor PhD G. Mokhtar (Egypt). Director of the Volume II (Ancient Africa):
  2. From Neolithic to the 7th century CE
  3. Egyptian civilisation (African Civilisation)
  4. Nubia, Sahara, North Africa, Ethiopia
  5. 9,000 years of the African History

The Subject “Ancient Civilisations of Africa (UNESCO)” is part of the following Online Higher Education Programs taught by EENI Business School & HA University:
  1. Master of Science in Business in Sub-Saharan Africa
  2. Doctorates: African Business, Islamic Business, Global Trade

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Example of the Online Subject: Ancient Civilisations of Africa (UNESCO General History of Africa)
Ancient Civilisations of Africa
Source: UNESCO General History of Africa.





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Description of the Online Subject: Ancient Civilisations of Africa

Topics discussed (Ancient Africa).

  1. Origin of the Egyptians
  2. Egypt of the Pharaohs: society, economy, and culture
  3. Relations between Africa and Egypt
  4. Egypt in the Hellenistic period and under the Roman rule
  5. Nubia: The nexus between Central Africa and the Mediterranean, Christianisation
  6. Empire of Kush
  7. Meroe and Napata Civilisations
  8. Pre-Axum culture
  9. Axum Civilisation
  10. Proto- Berbers
  11. Carthaginians
  12. North Africa and the Roman Empire
  13. From Roma to Islam
  14. The Sahara in times of the Classical Antiquity
  15. East Africa and Maritime trade
  16. West Africa
  17. Central Africa
  18. Southern Africa
  19. Madagascar
  20. Black societies in the Early Iron Age

Authors of the Volume II of the UNESCO General History of Africa (Ancient Africa): Sheikh Anta Diop, A. ABU BAKR, A.H. ZAYED, P. SALAMA, J. YOYOTTE, F. ANFRAY, R. The NADURY, A. RIAD, S. DONADONI, S. ADAM, J. VERCOUTTER, N.M. SHERIF, J. LECLANT, T. MEKOURIA, A. HAKEM, K. MICHALOWSKI, F. VAN NOTEN, J. DESANGES, J.E.G. SUTTON, H. Of CONTENSON, B. H. WARMINGTON, and. KOBISHANOV, I. A. MAHJOUBI, P. VÉRIN, M. POSNANSKY, B. WAI-ANDAH, J.E. PARKINGTON, D.W. PHILLIPSON...



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