Definitions for "Africa"
The name foisted upon the continent, by explorers, invaders and travellers, through myth, folklore, legend, tales and lies.
the second largest continent; located south of Europe and bordered to the west by the South Atlantic and to the east by the Indian Ocean
a continent unlike any other
Keywords:  hymn, kigelegele, vitenge, kanga, vigil
In Africa, Easter has a social dimension as well as a spiritual one. At Easter families come together. They share special food with Christians and non-Christians indulging in boiled or roasted rice with meat or chicken. Meat being very scarce and expensive in Africa, the laws of abstinence (not eating meat) does not hold good. In the Easter Vigil hundreds of people assemble in the church building which decorated by Vitenge and Kanga, clothes made up in the form of butterflies, flowers, banana trees, etc. Hymns are accompanied by the beating of drums and Kigelegele, the high-pitched sounds made by women. After the Mass, traditional dances are held outside of the church. Then people return home to continue their celebrations with local food and drinks.
Africa is a hymn tune composed by William Billings.
Akamba mythology - Akan mythology - Alur mythology - Ashanti mythology - Bambara mythology - Bambuti mythology - Banyarwanda mythology - Basari mythology - Baule mythology - Bavenda mythology - Bazambi mythology - Baziba mythology - Bushongo mythology - Dahomey mythology (Fon) - Dinka mythology - Efik mythology - Egyptian mythology (Pre- Islam) - Ekoi mythology - Fan mythology - Fens mythology - Fjort mythology - Herero mythology - Ibibio mythology - Ibo mythology - Isoko mythology - Kamba mythology - Kavirondo mythology - Khoikhoi mythology - Kurumba mythology - Lotuko mythology - Lugbara mythology - Lunda mythology - Makoni mythology - Masai mythology - Mongo mythology - Mundang mythology - Ngbandi mythology - Nupe mythology - Nyamwezi mythology - Oromo mythology - Ovambo mythology - Pygmy mythology - San mythology - Serer mythology - Shona mythology - Shongo mythology - Songhai mythology - Sotho mythology - Tumbuka mythology - Xhosa mythology - Yoruba mythology - Zulu mythology
Africa is an epic poem in Latin hexameters by the 14th century Italian poet Petrarch (Francesco Petrarca). The first sections of Africa were written in the valley of Vaucluse after Petrarch's first visit to Rome in 1337. A draft of the poem was completed by about 1343, but Petrarch continued to revise it, and the text was not made public until 1397, three decades after his death.
"Africa" is a song by '80s rock band Toto about a young girl's mystical journey through Africa. The song was included on their 1982 album Toto IV, and reached number one on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in February 1983. The song was written by the band's keyboardist David Paich, who also sings lead vocals on the song, and drummer Jeff Porcaro.
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Region of North Africa that comprises the Roman provinces: Africa, Numidia and Mauretania.
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Keywords:  tapestry, told, stories, dynamic
a tapestry of dynamic stories told by
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Keywords:  un, involvement, result
a result of the UN's involvement
Keywords:  happy, expect, status, near, future
Expect a happy improvement in status in the near future.
Keywords:  countries, practice, law
Law and practice in African countries.