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The Culture Of Akan

J. Danquah
Published 1952 · History

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Underlying Eva Meyerowitz's remarkable work, The Sacred State of the Akan , are two assumptions, partly expressed and in part left to be inferred by the reader from the great mass of evidence which her thorough and painstaking research has made available. The first assumption is that the culture of the Akan today shows a decline from a higher culture which they formerly possessed. The second assumption is that the culture with which the Akan must be identified is the ancient heliolithic culture which once flourished in the Mediterranean and the Ancient East.
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