2 edition of outline of the cosmology and cult organization of the ,Oy,o Yoruba. found in the catalog.
outline of the cosmology and cult organization of the ,Oy,o Yoruba.
Reprint, originally published in Africa, vol.34, no.3, 1964.
|Series||The Bobbs-Merrill reprint series in Black studies -- BC-210|
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In sum, if according to Akinjogbin ( 27) the various territories colonized by Oy o (and later Ibadan), became part of a single cultural, economic, and political unit with a preponderance of Oy o Yoruba.
population, it is axiomatic that Egungun, one of the pivots of Oy o. George Olusola Ajibade: The Yoruba Oral Artists and their use of Word (Ọ̀RỌ̀).
In: Yoruba: Journal of the Yoruba Studies Association of Nigeria. 7(1),p. 30 - 62 [Yoruba, Poets, Orature, Word, Communication]. George Olusola Ajibade: Theorizing Body in Yoruba Cosmology: A Socio-Cultural and Literary Appraisal.
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