- Its territory at various times included what is now southern Chad, northern Cameroon, northeastern Nigeria, eastern Niger, and southern Libya.
- Isl 056 Islam in Nigeria
- 2. Introduction of Islam to Nigeria and Kanem-Borno. The Establishment of an Islamic Kanem-Bornu Empire.
- Africa Pronunciation Guide
- Kagame, Paul œ Ḱah-gh́a-may. Kalahari œ Ḱah-lah-h́ah-ree. Kamajohs œ Ḱah- mah-j́ows.
- The Boundaries of Borno in the Nineteenth Century: The Perception
- depict the kingdom of Kanem-Borno as a rich and influential central African kingdom.
- World History: 700 to 1516
- The founding of the Kanem-Bornu kingdom east of Lake Chad. 880. The Yoruba establish Ife, still the spiritual center of Yorubaland.
- OPINION: The African Muslims: The arrival of Islam in Guyana
- According to geographer and historian, Al Bakri, Islam reached Africa by the 8th century through the trans-Sahara trade that included the Kingdoms of Mali, Kanem Bornu, Songhai and Ghana.
- My Experience With Fela in Ikoyi Prison - Majemite Jaboro [interview]
- Aside this, while growing I have always loved African history of the Empires, the Oyo Empire, Kanem-Bornu, Songhai, Egypt, and Fela was representing those African glories of the past. So I was really touched to go and see him.
- Kanem-Bornu Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- The Kanem-Bornu Empire existed in modern Chad and Nigeria.
- Kanem Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- 3.1 Spread of Islam in Kanem; 3.2 Mai Dunama Dabbalemi: 1203-1242; 3.
- Kanem-Bornu and The Hausa States - Playahata
- An account of the rise of the empire which at its height controlled territory from Libya to Lake Chad to Hausaland.
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