Historia Nigeriae ad mercatores qui trans Asiam Occidentalem et Africa ex anno 1100 a.C.n. aut antea negotiarentur indagari potest. Multae civilizationes antiquae in regione Africae Occidentalis hodie Nigeria appellata ortae sunt, inter quas regnum Nriense, Imperium Beninense, et regnum Oyoense. Religio et cultura Islamicae Nigeriam accesserunt per Imperium Bornuense circa annum 1068 et Civitates Hausanae circa 1385.[1][2][3][4] Christianitas regionem saeculo quinto decimo per monachos Augustinianos et Capuccinos ex Imperio Portugallensi missos attigit. Praeterea, Imperium Songhaiense partem regionis Nigerianae diutine possidebat.[5]

Photo Showing States in Nigeria by Geography
Civitates Nigeriae geographia digestae.
Regia Bini persona, una ex celebratis Nigeriae fructibus.

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NotaeRecensere

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  2. "Historic regions from 5th century BC to 20th century". History World. 29 Maii 2011 .
  3. "A short Nigerian history". Study country. 25 Maii 2010 .
  4. "About the Country Nigeria The History". Nigeria Government Federal Website. 1 Octobris 2006 .
  5. "Songhai | World Civilization" .

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Fontes primariiRecensere

  • Hodgkin, Thomas, ed. 1960. Nigerian Perspectives: An Historical Anthology. Oxoniae: Oxford University Press. Editio interretialis.

Nexus exterrniRecensere