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         Akan:     more books (100)
  1. Sacred State of the Akan by Eva L. R. Meyerowitz, 1951
  2. Drumming in Akan Communities of Ghana by J. H. Nketia, 1963
  3. The function of myth in Akan healing experience: A psychological inquiry into two traditional Akan healing communities (Acta Universitatis Upsaliensis) by Desmond Ayim-Aboagye, 1993
  4. Akan religion and the Christian faith;: A comparative study of the impact of two religions by Sydney George Williamson, 1965
  5. Creative Processes in Akan Musical Cultures: Innovation within Tradition by E. KWADWO O. BEEKO, 2009-05-01
  6. Poids akans a peser la poudre d'or: Collection Abel (Les Collections monetaires) (French Edition) by Josette Rivallain, 1989
  7. Gonjang-ganjing ekonomi Indonesia: Badai belum akan segera berlalu by Kian Gie Kwik, 1998
  8. Language in African Social Interaction: Indirectness in Akan Communication by Samuel Gyasi Obeng, 2003-08
  9. Studien zum griechischen Naturbegriff (AKAN-Einzelschriften) (German Edition) by Gottfried Heinemann, 2001
  10. Symbolism of the Lega Stool and An Ethnoscientific Approach to Akan Arts and Aesthetics by Daniel P Biebuyck, D. M. Warren, et all 1977
  11. Asante Catholicism: Religious and Cultural Reproduction Among the Akan of Ghana (Studies of Religion in Africa) by J. Pashington Obeng, Pashington Obeng, 1996-06-01
  12. Fanti Customary Laws, a Brief Introduction to the Principles of the Native Laws and Customs of the Fanti and Akan Districts of the Gold Coast, by John Mensah Sarbah, 2010-01-03
  13. Akan Ethics by C.A. Ackah, 1988-12
  14. Hearing and Keeping: Vol 2: Akan Proverbs by Kofi Asare Opuku, 1997-12-31

61. Akan
akan is a Kwa language of the NigerKordofanian family spoken by approximately 4.5 Tongue root position in akan vowel harmony. Phonetica 16.185-204.
Language index Akan is a Kwa language of the Niger-Kordofanian family spoken by approximately 4.5 million people in Ghana. The major dialects include Fante, Asante and Akuapem; the latter two are called Twi. The relevant phonetic contrast illustrated here is between advanced tongue root [+ATR] vowels and their plain [-ATR] counterparts. These are transcribed as follows: The contrast exists for the high and mid vowels. The low vowel [ a ] is [-ATR]. The X-rays below illustrate the tongue position of the contrasting vowels. Only the plus ATR vowels are marked by a subscript diacritic. The minus ATR vowels are unmarked. Click on the above transcriptions to hear the two sounds. References
Lindau, M. 1979. The feature expanded. Journal of Phonetics 7.163-76.
Stewart, J.M. 1967. Tongue root position in Akan vowel harmony. Phonetica 16.185-204.

62. Erwin Silman
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63. Akan Vowels
akan Vowels.
Contents page Chapter 9 contents page Akan Vowels

64. Find A Focus In His Face
Situs seorang kelahiran Bandung, 21 Desember 1966, lulusan 1991 S1 Teknik Industri Universitas Jenderal Achmad Yani Bandung (UNJANI). Dalam bahasa Inggris, akan segera dihapus apabila tidak segera di bahasa Indonesia-kan.
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65. Yamada Language Center: Akan WWW Guide
akan Language Bibliography List of off-line materials; Language Map of Ghana African Languages through the Internet - Ali akan; DMOZ akan Links
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This page is maintained by the Yamada Language Center at the University of Oregon

66. Agama Islam V Hidup Sejati Dari Yesus Kristus Kristianity
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67. Akan Bibles
This page provides links to gospel resources in the akan language.
Akan Bible
Akan is one of the indigenous languages of Ghana (Africa).
SIL Ethnologue = TWS

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Visit Ethnic Harvest for practical articles, stories, free demographics and resources to help your church become more effective at cross-cultural ministry.

68. Svenska Folkakademin
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69. Ethnologue 14 Report For Language Code:TWS
Ethnologue 14 and bibliography information on akan. akan a language of Ghana. The following is the entry for this language as it appeared in the 14th

70. Akan
akan , people of W Africa, primarily in Ghana, where they number over 7.5 million, Rethinking the akan household acknowledging the importance of
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71. Benín: Mapas, Datos Del Pais, Etnologia, Historia, Noticias, Idiomas, Musica, .
Mapas y datos del pa­s, su historia, idiomas y mºsica. Informaci³n sobre los pueblos que lo habitan, entre ellos los akan, Boko, Burba, Dendi, Ewe, Fon, Fulani, Gurma, Hausa, Ife, Somba, Kotokoli y Mossi.
Himno Nac. Mapas Datos del Pais Etnología Historia ... Version CD Cada sección se actualiza periódicamente. Se tendrán en cuenta sus aportaciones
Capital Porto Novo Superficie Población Nombre del Estado República de Benín Moneda franco CFA Idiomas francés, adja-fon, yoruba, pila-pila, gun, dendi, soninka Densidad hah/km2 59,8 hab./km2 Crecimiento anual Mortalidad infantil 92,7 por 1.000 Esperanza de Vida 50,6 años Población Urbana Analfabetismo 43,8 % en hombres y 73,5 % en mujeres Escolarización tercer grado Internet 9,96 por 1.000 hab. Libros publicados (títulos) PIB total 7.458 millones de US $ Crecimiento anual (2003) PIB por hab. 1.060 US $ Indice de inflación Gasto en Educación 3,3 % del PIB Gasto en Defensa 1,8 % del PIB Deuda externa 1.843 millones de US $ Servicio de la deuda/Export. Importaciones 1.788 millones de US $ Exportaciones 262 millones de US $ Principales clientes Asia (72,2%), UE (12,9%), Africa (12,2%) Ejército de Tierra 4.300 personas Ejército de Mar 100 personas Ejército del Aire 150 personas Organismos Internacionales ACP, ZONA FRANCO, UA, BAD, ASECNA, CEDEAO, UEMOA

72. Welcome To
akan and Asante History and the Gold Trade. akan goldweights are always popular in both museum and private collections. Their animation, humor, and freedom

73. Akan : Fertility Figures
Welcome to Africans-art portal is a unique ressource for African art collectors with information and links on african ethnies - african

74. Global Volcanism Program | Akan | Summary
akan is a 13 x 24 km, elongated caldera that formed more than 31500 years Of the Holocene volcanoes of the akan volcanic complex, only the Meakan group

75. Untitled Document
Two downloadable sample lessons from the ALI akan CDROM.
Ali Akan 2000 - Sample Units
  • The full course will be distributed on CDROM to avoid the long download time. The sound files here on the web site and on the CDROM are in "WAV" format. This allows to use sound analysis programs, but it means long download time from the web site.
    To view the course you need the "WestAfrica7" font installed on your computer. Download the Windows font file, unpack it by double-clicking on it and put the 8 font files in the "C:/Windows/Fonts" directory (Windows 95/98/NT). To get the Macintosh version of the fonts please send an email to Hannes The sound files links of unit 1 and 2 are working now. However there are some links pointing to sounds of unit 3 whose files have not yet been put on the web.

Unit 1 of the course
Unit 2 of the course

76. Global Volcanism Program | Akan | Eruptive History
Area of Activity akanFuji. Eruptive Characteristics Central vent eruption Explosive eruption Area of Activity Me-akan (SE rim of Ponmachineshiri)

77. Akan Ethnic Group
The akan people occupy practically the whole of Ghana south and west of the Historical accounts suggest that akan groups migrated from the north to
History Gold Akan Kente General Akan History (from
When Europeans arrived at the coast in the fifteenth century, the Akan were established there. The typical political unit was the small state under the headship of an elder from one of the seven or eight clans that composed Akan society. From these units emerged several powerful states, of which the oldest is thought to be Bono (also called Brong). As a result of military conquests and partial assimilation of weaker groups, well-known political entities, such as Akwamu, Asante, Akyem, Denkyira, and Fante emerged before the close of the seventeenth century. Asante, for example, continued to expand throughout the eighteenth century and survived as an imperial power until the end of the nineteenth century, when it succumbed to British rule.
The coastal Akan (Fante) were the first to have relations with Europeans. As a result of long association, these groups absorbed aspects of British culture and language. For example, it became customary among these people to accept British names as family names.
The primary form of Akan social organization is the family or the abusuthe basic unit in a society based on matriclans. Through the exogamous matriclan system, local identity and individual status, inheritance, succession to wealth and to political offices, and even basic relations within the village community are determined. Every lineage (see Glossary) is a corporate group with its own identity, group solidarity, exclusive property, and symbols. The ownership of a symbolic carved chair or stool, usually named after the female founder of the matriclan, became the means through which individuals traced their ancestry. These lineages have segmented into branches, each led by an elder, headman, or chief, but a branch, although it possesses a stool, is not an autonomous political or social unit. Possession of the ritually important stool is seen as vital, not only to the existence of the abusu but to the group as a whole.

78. Akan Culture
In the 11th century AD the akan were a West African forest kingdom in what is now Ghana and the Ivory Coast.
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79. Akan Symbols
The akan Gold Weights can be seen as classic representations of the depth and dimensions of To view the akan weights, click on the numbered pages below.
The Akan Gold Weights can be seen as classic representations of the depth and dimensions of African material culture. The weights are symbols of conventionalized reflections, each weight signifying specific meanings. The weights are also used in conjunction with a monetary system, mathematics, numbers, and ideograms. In a way they symbolize the empirical minds of the practitioners. The people in the Gulf of Guniea and its surroundings, long before the colonial period, had designed and operated a weight and monetary system. The great museums of Europe and the United States "own" a sizable amount of the weights. They are also found in African museums such as The Ifan Museum at Dakar, The Human Science Museum at Abidijan, and museums in Mali and Ghana.
To be precise, the weights were the creative works of the people of Cote d' Ivore, Burkina Faso, Ghana, Togo, and Mali - all in West Africa. The weights are figures that represent proverbs, maxims, riddles, and hints to historic events. In essence, the weights are the sum total representations of the people's knowledge - a three dimensional thought and word rendering images and meanings.
In Akan's tradition, a decree is implemented through the apportionment of gold measured by a figurine designed or minted in conjunction with the decree.

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