The Golden Trade of the Moors

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The Golden Trade
of the Moors

E. W. BOVILL

'The golden trade of the Moores in Barbary . . . was the first incourager and beginning of this businesse.'

RICHARD JOBSON

LONDON
OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS
NEW YORK TORONTO
1958

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents *
  • Maps *
  • 1 - Arid Nurse of Lions 1
  • 2 - Carbuncles and Gold 16
  • 3 - Romans and Garamantes 31
  • 4 - The Tuareg 50
  • 5 - The Arabs 55
  • 6 - The Almoravids 66
  • 7 - The Gold of Ghana 80
  • 8 - Mansa Musa 86
  • 9 - Ibn Battuta 93
  • 10 - The Songhai 100
  • 11 - The Discovery of Guinea 111
  • 12 - Leo Africanus 121
  • 13 - Mulai Ahmed El-Mansur 134
  • 14 - Taghaza 140
  • 15 - The Desert Army 145
  • 16 - The Invasion of the Sudan 154
  • 17 - The Fall of Songhai 165
  • 18 - El-Dzehebi 179
  • 19 - Wangara 191
  • 20 - The Niger 203
  • 21 - Usuman Dan Fodio 220
  • 22 - The Last of the Caravans 233
  • Bibliography 249
  • Index 261
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