Manuel Dahoméen: Grammaire, Chrestomathie, Dictionnaire Français-Dahoméen Et Dahoméen-Français PDF

Atlantique, en particulier le port de Ouidah. En 1894, le royaume est intégré à manuel Dahoméen: Grammaire, Chrestomathie, Dictionnaire Français-Dahoméen Et Dahoméen-Français PDF’Afrique-Occidentale française comme colonie du Dahomey.


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Le royaume de Dahomey est désigné par différents noms et écrit de diverses façons, dont Danxome, Danhome et Fon. Selon cette histoire, Akaba, considéré comme 4e roi dans les chronologies modernes, obtient la permission des chefs Gedevi, les souverains locaux, de s’installer sur le plateau d’Abomey. Léon Silbermann, Souvenirs de campagne, Plon, Paris, 1910, p. Les Fons, eux, fondent trois royaumes. Le royaume d’Abomey, rebaptisé plus tard ‘Dahomey’, probablement par mauvaise retranscription européenne, prend vite le dessus lors de guerres de conquêtes contre ses voisins et les Yoroubas. Agadja, fils de Houegbadja, monte sur le trône en 1718 et commence une expansion territoriale significative du royaume.

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