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Place names suggest these people first occupied the highlands and then were slowly driven back to their present homes in the southwest by a third population group: Cushitic-speakers coming perhaps from the southern areas of the African Horn. By c. C. C. the Eritrean coast was almost certainly visited by Egyptian trading expeditions. C. that most scholars believe South Arabians migrated to the Eritrean coast and settled in the central highlands. C. an urban, agricultural civilization developed in the Eritrean highlands and northern Tigrai (Ethiopia).
Out of print. See No. 66. 29. Kenya, by Bethwell A. Ogot. 1981. 30. Gabon, by David E. Gardinier. 1981. Out ofprint. See No. 58. 31. Mauritania, by Alfred G. Gerteiny. 1981. Out ofprint. See No. 68. Page ii 32. Ethiopia, by Chris Prouty and Eugene Rosenfeld. 1981. Out of print. See No. 56. 33. , by Ronald Bruce St. John. 1991. 34. Mauritius, by Lindsay Rivire. 1982. Out of print. See No. 49. 35. Western Sahara, by Tony Hodges. 1982. Out of print. See No. 55. 36. Egypt, by Joan Wucher King. 1984.
Out of print. See No. 46. 19. , by John J. Grotpeter, Brian V. Siegel, and James R. Pletcher. 1998. 20. , by Samuel Decalo. 1996. 21. , by Max Liniger-Goumaz. 1988. 22. , by Richard Lobban and Peter Mendy. 1996. 23. Senegal, by Lucie G. Colvin. 1981. Out of print. See No. 65. 24. Morocco, by William Spencer. 1980. Out of print. See No. 71. 25. Malawi, by Cynthia A. Crosby. 1980. Out of print. See No. 54. 26. Angola, by Phyllis Martin. 1980. Out of print. See No. 52. 27. The Central African Republic, by Pierre Kalck.