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#Beninkingdom#Historydocumentary The historical Kingdom of Benin was established in the forested region of west Africa in the 1200s C. E. The first oba or king in Benin was Eweka. He was the son of the prince of Ife. 👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇👇 Subscribe to this channel and let's take you around Africa. Intriguing documentaries, African proverbs and literature, facts and films, all at your finger tips. Subscribe, like, share 👏 and turn on the notification bell to get notified anytime we post a new video. follow and listen to out podcast on Spotify and anchor 👇 🤍 🤍 You can also read interesting articles 👇 🤍afrotribes.name.ng We are also on Instagram and Facebook 👇 I.G - AfrotribesTV Facebook page - 🤍nobleblogs E-mail- Afrotribes20🤍gmail.com Thanks for watching and stay safe. #KingdomofBenin#Benin#Benincity #Africa#SouthernNigeria#Culture #Heritage#history#Music#Dance #traveldocumentary#Nigeria #historydocumentary#tourism #tourist#entertainment #celebrations#british#Ife #Culturaldocumentary#trending
South of the Sahara Playlist: 🤍 The Kingdom of Benin, also known as the Edo Empire, was a kingdom located in the Southwestern region of what is now Nigeria. Lasting for at least 600 years under the Oba Dynasty, and around 1,000 more if we count the previous Ogiso Dynasty (likely closer to 2000 years between both the Ogisos and the Obas if we go with the longest estimates), Benin was one of the longest lasting states in West Africa. Home to a capital city which awed visitors, a system of earthworks rivaling the Great Wall of China in length, and some of Africa’s most famous works of art, this kingdom is an underappreciated gem of world history. This video is part of #SouthoftheSahara, a collaboration between history channels dedicated to building a broad collection of accessible content on the underdiscussed history of Sub-Saharan Africa. Thank you to Jabari from From Nothing for organizing the collaboration, and to both Jabari and Hidden History for helping me find some of the images. I have more videos on the Kingdom of Benin and African history more broadly planned for the future, so subscribe for that! Sources: Bradbury, R. E., and Peter Morton Williams. Benin Studies. Edited with an Introduction by Peter Morton-Williams. London, UK: Oxford University Press for the International African Institute, 1973. Douglas, Mary, Phyllis Mary Kaberry, and R. E. Bradbury. “Patrimonialism and Gerontocracy in Benin Political Culture.” Essay. In Man in Africa, 17–36. London, UK: Tavistock, 1969. Koutonin, Mawuna. “Story of Cities #5: Benin City, The Mighty Medieval Capital Now Lost without Trace.” The Guardian. Guardian News and Media, March 18, 2016. 🤍 “Oba Orhogbua.” Edo World. Accessed September 1, 2022. 🤍 Obinyan, Thomas Uwadiale. “The Annexation of Benin.” Journal of Black Studies 19, no. 1 (1988): 29–40. 🤍 “Ogiso Owodo.” Edo World. Accessed September 1, 2022. 🤍 00:00 Intro 00:53 The Founding of Benin 04:27 The Oba Era 07:14 The Golden Age of Benin 09:54 Great Benin 14:21 The Fall and Legacy of Benin Twitter: 🤍
This tells the story of the ancient Benin kingdom it creation, formation,Kings and architecture...it also tells the story of the British punitive expedition at Benin kingdom and the conquering of the ancient Kingdom History collection: Wikipedia Follow me on socials Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍obaflexy
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In this episode Dr Catel investigates the Benin Kingdom one of the many ancient west African Kingdoms of Nigeria and also known as the Edo empire. He starts from their origin and discussing their rise, strength and opposition. BNH is going to be like a crash course (or an edutainment series) on Nigerian history, but along the way will also touch on other parts of West African history. Disclaimer: PRONUNCIATION MAY VARY DUE TO ACCENT You can directly support Basic Nigerian History at 🤍 Subscribe for as little as $1 to keep up with everything we're doing. Free is nice, but if you can afford to pay a little every month, it really helps us to continue producing this content. Additional reading: A History of Nigeria. Toyin Falola History of West Africa Vol 1 ed. Ade Ajayi & Michael Crowder Follow us! 🤍ronuspirit 🤍ronucreative Like us! 🤍 Website! 🤍 Support Basic Nigerian History on Patreon: 🤍
The first part of an independent animated film explores the great ancient Kingdom of Benin and its subsequent pillaging by British forces of the Benin Bronzes. The film was created for Digital Benin & Markk Hamburg Museum in Germany. To watch the full film, please visit 🤍africastory.co MARKK Museum website: 🤍 Digital Benin: 🤍
Thousands of people gathered to witness the coronation of the new king of the Benin people in Southern Nigeria. The coronation of Oba Ewuare II carries on a royal tradition that has endured from around the 13th century until the British invasion hundreds of years later. The ancient Benin Kingdom was famous for its vast wealth, sophisticated urban design and intricate bronzes. Its ruler, the Oba does not wield any official powers in Nigeria, but has a great deal of influence. The title is pas… READ MORE : 🤍 Africanews is a new pan-African media pioneering multilingual and independent news telling expertise in Sub-Saharan Africa. Subscribe on ourYoutube channel : 🤍 Africanews is available in English and French. Website : 🤍africanews.com Facebook : 🤍 Twitter : 🤍
This video is about the history and beliefs of the Benin Kingdom. We will look at the rise and fall of the Benin Kingdom, the beliefs and religion of the Benin kingdom as well as the Benin Kingdom's art and famous structure called The Wall of Benin. Also, we will look at the relations between Europe and Benin and how this eventually led to Benin's downfall. Time Stamps: 0:00 Intro 0:57 What Was Benin? 2:20 Religion and Beliefs of the Benin Kingdom 4:17 The Great Wall of Benin 4:48 Europe and the Fall of Benin 6:45 Outro #Africanmythology #africanhistory #Benin #beninkingdom #Nigerianhistory #History #Nigeria #westafrica
The full animated film explores the great ancient Kingdom of Benin and its subsequent pillaging by British forces of the Benin Bronzes. The Benin Kingdom otherwise known as the Edo Kingdom is separate from Dahomey (what is considered present-day Benin). The Benin Kingdom was in what is now known as the present-day Edo state in Nigeria. The film was created for Digital Benin & Markk Hamburg Museum in Germany. Featuring prominent characters like King Jaja of Opobo, Ovonramwen N'Ogbaisi, Chief Nana of Itsekiri, James Phillips, Henry Gallwey, Ralph Moore and many more. MARKK Museum website: 🤍 Digital Benin: 🤍
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#Culture#AfricaKings#Education# The Portuguese were the first Europeans to explore the Great Benin Kingdom in the late 15th century. They developed a strong mercantile relationship with the Benin Kingdom, which later led to the enhancement of civilization between the two nations. In the early 16th century, the Oba of Benin sent an ambassador to Lisbon, and the king of Portugal also sent Christian missionaries to Benin City. Prince Orhogbua was sent to Lisbon by his father (Oba Esigie) in the 16th century to school and learn the European ways of life in Portugal. He became the first literate King of Benin during the mid 16th century. The Benin people benefited immensely from the relationship with the Portuguese! The Benin King was assisted with soldiers and sophisticated weapons (guns) by the Portuguese during the Benin and Idah war in the 16th century. Some residents of Benin City could still speak a pidgin Portuguese in the late 19th century Posted by Nekpen Obasogie
Who would have known that over 500 years ago, there lived a Queen named Idia who helped rule the ancient kingdom of Benin with her wisdom, charisma, and prowess? Idia of the Benin Kingdom is an empowering children's picture book that takes readers on a beautifully illustrated journey to the 1500s in ancient Africa. Readers are captivated as they watch Idia transform herself from the young and curious daughter of a village warrior to becoming the Queen of the Kingdom of Benin. IDIA OF THE BENIN KINGDOM Written by: Ekiuwa Aire Illustrated by: Alina Shabelnyk Read by: Victor Aire You can find this book on the Our Ancestories website: 🤍 Please follow Our Ancesteries on social media for more information on African culture and history for kids Instagram: 🤍our_ancestories Facebook: 🤍our.ancestoriess Twitter: 🤍ancestories Pinterest: 🤍OurAncestoriess
The Walls of Benin are a series of earthworks made up of banks and ditches, called Iya in the Edo language, in the area around present-day Benin City, the capital of present-day Edo, Nigeria. They consist of 15 km (9.3 mi) of city iya and an estimated 16,000 kilometres (9,900 miles) of rural iya in the area around Benin. The 'walls' of Benin City and surrounding areas were described as "the world's largest earthworks carried out prior to the mechanical era" by the Guinness book of Records.Some estimates suggest that the walls of Benin may have been constructed between the thirteenth and mid-fifteenth century CE and others suggest that the walls of Benin (in the Esan region) may have been constructed during the first millennium CE. The Benin City walls have been known to Westerners since around 1500. Around 1500, the Portuguese explorer Duarte Pacheco Pereira, briefly described the walls during his travels. Another description given around 1600, one hundred years after Pereira's description, is by the Dutch explorer Dierick Ruiters. Pereira's account of the walls is as follows: This city is about a league long from gate to gate; it has no wall but is surrounded by a large moat, very wide and deep, which suffices for its defence. The archaeologist Graham Connah suggests that Pereira was mistaken with his description by saying that there was no wall. Connah says, "[Pereira] considered that a bank of earth was not a wall in the sense of the Europe of his day." Ruiters' account of the walls is as follows: At the gate where I entered on horseback, I saw a very high bulwark, very thick of earth, with a very deep broad ditch, but it was dry, and full of high trees... That gate is a reasonable good gate, made of wood in their manner, which is to be shut, and there always there is watch holden. Construction Estimates for the initial construction of the walls range from the first millennium CE to the mid-fifteenth century CE. According to Connah, oral tradition and travelers' accounts suggest a construction date of 1450-1500 CE. It has been estimated that, assuming a 10-hour work day, a labour force of 5,000 men could have completed the walls within 97 days, or by 2,421 men in 200 days. However, these estimates have been criticized for not taking into account the time it would have taken to extract earth from an ever deepening hole and the time it would have taken to heap the earth into a high bank. Description Benin in 1897 The walls were built of a ditch and dike structure; the ditch dug to form an inner moat with the excavated earth used to form the exterior rampart. The Benin Walls were demolished by the British during the Benin Expedition of 1897. Scattered pieces of the structure remain in Edo, with the vast majority of them being used by the locals for building purposes. What remains of the wall itself continues to be torn down for real estate developments. Ethnomathematician Ron Eglash has discussed the planned layout of the city using fractals as the basis, not only in the city itself and the villages but even in the rooms of houses. He commented that "When Europeans first came to Africa, they considered the architecture very disorganised and thus primitive. It never occurred to them that the Africans might have been using a form of mathematics that they hadn’t even discovered yet. #afrodialogue#tuco#wodemaya
Thank you all for watching the history of the Great Benin Kingdom. This is our third episode of the history of Oba Ewuare (I) and (II).
The Kingdom of Benin. The Benin Empire for kids is a history learning video for kids that will teach you about the Benin Kingdom of ancient Africa. This is a great video for KS1 and KS2 students learning about the Benin empire. This is an age appropriate account of the events during the Benin empire. Learn about all the truth and facts of the kingdom of Benin. Learn about: Oba's of Benin and their achievements Edo groups The purpose of the empire Trade Art Fun facts about Benin And so much more!!... Visit: 🤍kidsblackhistory.com to get access to learning resources, buy a KBH T-shirt and lots more.... Support Kids Black History by donating to us here: 🤍 *Here are some books to continue learning with your children: Learn about Africa: 🤍 Black Heroes 🤍 Young Gifted and Black 🤍 Young Leaders 🤍 Sulwe 🤍 Look Up 🤍 Jerome and Friends: Who Am I 🤍 Dancing in The Wings 🤍 Representation Matters. Books about black hair for kids: Hair Love 🤍 I Love My Hair 🤍 Emi's Curly Coily Cotton Candy Hair 🤍 🤍 🤍 The videos on KidsBlackHistory are designed for Early Years/Foundation Stage and Key Stage One. This would typically be ideal for children between the ages of 2 - 7. We are providing a catalogue of videos weekly to teach your children positive black history and give them a sense of representation that they are not currently receiving in their school curriculum or in the media. Length of videos are suited to engage children with shorter attention spans yet keep them entertained throughout. Repetition is what helps our little ones learn so please replay videos to your children to consolidate learning . Subscribe to stay informed on more fun, engaging KidsBlackHistory: 🤍 We are excited to deliver the content you have all been waiting for. We will not wait for Black History Month because our history represents 90% of the world's history and it is important that our children grow up feeling proud and represented in society. As an educator in secondary school and Head of Year I am aware of the gaps in our curriculum and what our children crave for in their own black history. Please spread the word across all platforms and let's make KidsBlackHistory everyone's history! Video features the talented 🤍raiyahfunplay as the host and presenter of KidsBlackHistory The videos on KidsBlackHistory are designed for Early Years/Foundation Stage and Key Stage One. This would typically be ideal for children between the ages of 2 - 7 however our videos are teaching many children and Adults of all ages! We are providing a catalogue of videos weekly to teach your children positive black history and give them a sense of representation that they are not currently receiving in their school curriculum or in the media. Length of videos are suited to engage children with shorter attention spans yet keep them entertained throughout. Repetition is what helps our little ones learn so please replay videos to your children to consolidate learning . Subscribe to stay informed on more fun, engaging KidsBlackHistory: 🤍 We are excited to deliver the content you have all been waiting for. We will not wait for Black History Month because our history represents 90% of the world's history and it is important that our children grow up feeling proud and represented in society. As an educator in secondary school and Head of Year I am aware of the gaps in our curriculum and what our children crave for in their own black history. Please spread the word across all platforms and let's make KidsBlackHistory everyone's history! Video features the talented 🤍raiyahfunplay as the host and presenter of KidsBlackHistory *All links to books are part of an affiliate program. This means we may receive a small profit from our link
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Benin Plaques, Edo peoples, Benin kingdom, Nigeria c. 1530-1570, Edo peoples, Benin kingdom, Nigeria (Museum of Fine Arts, Boston) Speakers: Dr. Kathryn Wysocki Gunsch, Teel Curator of African and Oceanic Art, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston and Dr. Beth Harris
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The Benin Kingdom is famous for its ivories, bronze heads and sculptures. However, a majority of these treasures were stolen in 1897 by European invaders and are being displayed in Western museums to this day. #HistoryVille Join this channel to become a member: 🤍 Get Ayomide Akinbode's latest historical novels on Amazon: 🤍 and Okadabooks: 🤍 Subscribe to HistoryVille: 🤍 Follow us on Social Media: Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 LinkedIn: 🤍 Visit our website for interesting historical articles: 🤍 TIMESTAMPS 00:00 Intro 02:42 The Arrival of the Portuguese 06:14 European Trade Relations With the Benin Kingdom 09:18 Ending Slavery in the Benin Kingdom 12:06 Next Video (The Fulani Jihad)
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The Kingdom of Benin, also called the Benin Empire or the Edo Empire was a major state in pre-colonial Africa is what is now Nigeria. It existed roughly from 1170 to 1897 and at its height reached from what is now the southwestern region of Nigeria across parts of Benin, Togo and Ghana. It was a well organized society with a trained and disciplined army. The line of the kings of Benin started with Eweka I and continues to today. Since 1979 the heir to the throne has been Erediauwa I.