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Life at Great Zimbabwe
Peter S. Garlake
Discusses life at Great Zimbabwe, a city of stone whose height of power was in the fourteenth century and whose structure is typical of other community dwellings at that time.
|Statement||devised and written by Peter Garlake ; illustrated by Zimbabwe Cooperative Craft Workshop Ltd ; [illustrated by Michael White, handscripted by Barbara Strachan].|
|Series||Exploring Zimbabwe ;, 1|
|Contributions||White, Michael, ill., Zimbabwe Cooperative Craft Workshop.|
|LC Classifications||DT962.9.G73 G374 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||36|
|LC Control Number||83154863|
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It lies in southeastern Zimbabwe, about 19 miles (30 km) southeast of Masvingo. The central area of ruins extends about acres (80 hectares); it is the largest of more than major stone ruins found in Zimbabwe and Mozambique.
Get this from a library. Life at Great Zimbabwe. [Peter S Garlake; Michael White; Zimbabwe Cooperative Craft Workshop.] -- Discusses life at Great Zimbabwe, a city of stone whose height of power was in the fourteenth century and whose structure is typical of other community dwellings at that time.
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of Zimbabwe and the Indian goldfields of Kolar and Mysore by the historian Roger Summers. Great Zimbabwe may have developed as a direct result of the Arab gold trade. It is also thought that a link existed between Great Zimbabwe and the stone built city in the area of the Myosore gold mines in the south Indian kingdom of Size: 52KB.
The eight original sculptures hold great spiritual value for people of Zimbabwe and have been made into national emblems. Six of the large carvings were stolen from the ruins of Great Zimbabwe, an imposing stone complex built between the 11th and 13th centuries and attributed to pre-colonial King Munhumutapa.
According to Shona religion, the ancestors who built Great Zimbabwe still live there, and it therefore is a sacred site. Today Great Zimbabwe is one of the most potent symbols of the nations, and the Zimbabwe bird on the flag depicts one of the excavated soapstone sculptures of the fish eagle found at the site.
The Great Dyke in the southern Zimbabwe Craton is one of the most remarkable rock formations in the world. A "craton" is a term geologists use to describe Earth's oldest continental regions. These thick and very hard layers of rock are more than 2 billion years old, and form the cores of most of Earth's continents.
Over the millennia, the. Zimbabwe is known for its rich tradition of stone sculpture and for its natural tourist attractions such as the Great Zimbabwe Falls and Victoria Falls.
It was a British colony known as Rhodesia from until Great Zimbabwe has been described as “one of the most dramatic architectural landscapes in sub-Saharan Africa.” 1 It is the largest stone complex in Africa built before the modern era, aside from the monumental architecture of ancient Egypt.
The ruins that survive are a four-hour drive south of Zimbabwe’s present-day capital of Harare. Peter Garlake, a Zimbabwean expert on the ruins, writes in his book Great Zimbabwe that residents of Great Zimbabwe often ate beef.
As in much of Africa before the European conquest, land was. Mysteries of Great Zimbabwe The first whispered reports of a fabulous stone palace in the heart of southern Africa began dribbling into the coastal trading ports of Mozambique in the 16th century.
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Just looking a. Great Zimbabwe was an important commercial and political center. In addition to being in the heart of an extensive commercial and trading network, the site was the center of a powerful political kingdom, which was under a central ruler for about years (– AD).
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Zimbabwe, officially Republic of Zimbabwe, formerly (–64) Southern Rhodesia, (–79) Rhodesia, or (–80) Zimbabwe Rhodesia, landlocked country of southern shares a mile (kilometre) border on the south with the Republic of South Africa and is bounded on the southwest and west by Botswana, on the north by Zambia, and on the northeast and east by Mozambique.
kilometers (, square miles), Zimbabwe is about the size of California, with a population the United Nations estimated at million in Its capital is Harare. The nation’s name is derived from historical structures called “Great Zimbabwe” (houses of stone), the largest stone sculptures in Africa after the pyramids of Size: KB.
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