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2009, ISBN 9780253220943, ix, 365
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5/2011, Volume 81, Issue 2, 2
... virtually nothing here on the Sango cult as it operated in nineteenth-century Yoruba towns, where the evidence is relatively plentiful and which is the essential baseline for its further development after it crossed... 
REVIEWS OF BOOKS | Akínyẹmí, Akíntúndé | Falola, Toyin | 1971 | Tishken, Falola, Akinyemi, Tishken, Joel E.,, Toyin. , Akintunde., Joel E | 195076 | Sàngó in Africa and the African diaspora | Shango (Yoruba deity) | Tishken, Joel E | ANTHROPOLOGY | AREA STUDIES | Diaspora | Adamawa Ubangi languages | Traditions | Deities | Books | 19th century
Book Review
Half-length portrait of a black woman in right profile wearing a kerchief tied around her head.|Lloyd GOODRICH to Mr. HOWE, former director of the California... 
Naga | Yoruba | Shango (Yoruba deity) | staffs
Art
Research in African literatures, ISSN 0034-5210, 2010, Volume 41, Issue 1, pp. 189 - 190
Asserting that the Yoruba orisa of thunder and lightning, Sango, is truly international in scope and that "Yoruba people have left an undeniable and permanent imprint on many parts of the world" (1... 
Akínyẹmí, Akíntúndé | Tishken, Joel E., 1971 | Sàngó in Africa and the African diaspora | Shango (Yoruba deity) | Tishken, Falola, Akínyẹmí, Tishken, Joel E.,, ed., Toyin, ed., Akíntúndé, ed., Joel E | LITERATURE, AFRICAN, AUSTRALIAN, CANADIAN | Books | Book reviews | Diaspora | Yoruba | Adamawa Ubangi languages | Colonialism | Polysemy
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by LIMA, R
LATIN AMERICAN THEATRE REVIEW, ISSN 0023-8813, 1990, Volume 23, Issue 2, pp. 33 - 42
Journal Article
03/2014, ISBN 022611726X
... and an ideological supplement to the slave trade. Initially relying on European reports that the Yoruba believed in God, Du Bois came to emphasize the Yoruba God Shango, who was not like Rudolph Otto's “wholly... 
African religion | Shango | Black Church | Otto | diaspora | Du Bois | religious studies | Yoruba | fetish | God
Book Chapter
These figures were probably made for a shrine to the deity Shango. This is supported by the hunter's hat of the male figure, which has thunder-celt motif 
Special Societal Groups--Tribal Africa: Yoruba | Figurines | Shango (Cult) | Nigeria | Ex-votos
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Research in African literatures, ISSN 0034-5210, 7/1998, Volume 29, Issue 2, pp. 57 - 75
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