East and West Africa

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General works

Chirikure, S. 2017. Documenting precolonial trade in Africa, The Oxford Research Encyclopedia, African History. Oxfordre.com/africanhistory, 1-24.

Archaeological sites

Adams, William Y. (2002), Meinarti III: The Late and Terminal Christian Phases, BAR International Series 1072, Oxford.

Adams, William Y. / Adams, Nettie K. (1998), Kulubnarti II: The Artifactual Remains, London: Sars.

Chittick, N., 1974. Kilwa. An Islamic Trading City on the East Africa Coast, Nairobi: The British Institute in Eastern Africa.

Chittick, N., 1984. Manda. Excavations at an Island Port on the Kenya Coast, Nairobi: The British Institute in Eastern Africa.

Crowther, A, M.-A. Veall, N. Boivin, M. Horton, A. Kotarbo-Morley, D. Q. Fuller, T. Fenn, O. Haji  et C. D. Matheson, 2015. Use of Zanzibar copal (Hymenaea verrucosa Gaerth.) as incense at Unguja Ukuu, Tanzania in the 7-8th century CE: chemical insights into trade and Indian Ocean interactions, Journal of Archaeological Science 53, 374-390.

Godlewski, Wladzimierz (2012), “Dangola 2008-2009″, Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean 21, 289-314.

Horton, Mark, 1991. “Primitive Islam and Architecture in East Africa”, Muqarnas 8, K. A. C. Creswell and His Legacy: 103-116.

Kirkman, J.S., 1954. The Arab City of Gedi: Excavations at the Great Mosque Architecture and Finds, Oxford.

Nixon, Sam, 2017. Essouk – Tadmekka: An Early Islamic Trans-Saharan Market Town, Brill.

Pradines, S. 2010. Gedi, une cité portuaire swahilie: Islam médiéval en Afrique orientale, FIFAO 60, IFAO, Cairo.