3 edition of Christianity and the Khoi Khoin found in the catalog.
Christianity and the Khoi Khoin
Written in English
|Contributions||Toronto, Ont. University. Theses (Phil. M.)|
|LC Classifications||LE3 T523 PHILM 1968 G73|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||257|
Khoikhoi (koi′koi) n. pl. Khoikhoi or Khoikhois or Khoikhoin (-koi′ĭn) 1. A member of a group of pastoral peoples of Namibia and South Africa, including the Nama. 2. Any of the Khoisan languages of the Khoikhoi. In both senses also called Khoekhoe. [Nama khoekhoen, the Nama people: khoekhoe, to speak Nama (from khoe-, person, as in khoeb. Croix in Algoa Bay. Christianity was to feature in every stage of the ensuing European colonization process. The Landing of Jan van Riebeeck (),the Dutch in Cape Of Good Hope,South Africa in 6th April The Khoikhoi (Hottentots) in the painting were the first Africans to meet : Kwekudee.
Wortschatz Der Khoi-Khoin (Namaqua-Hottentotten): Kroenlein, J G: Books - or: J G Kroenlein. Khoikhoi (koi`koi'), people numbering ab mainly in Namibia and in W South Khoikhoi have been called Hottentots by whites in South Africa. In language and in physical type the Khoikhoi appear to be related to the San San, people of SW Africa (mainly Botswana, Namibia, Angola, and South Africa), consisting of several groups and numbering about , in all.
In 'A Feast From Nature', the late Renata Coetzee explores the food culture of early humans, and later of the Khoi-Khoin. She combines her knowledge as a nutritionist and food culture expert with. Hahn, J. T. (). Die Sprache der Nama, nebst einem Anhang enthaltend Sprachproben aus dem Munde des erte Ausgabe einer Dissertation mit einem Anhang über Mythen der Khoi-khoin nebst Übersetzung und Wörterverzeichnis [The Language of the Nama, with an appendix containing verbatim language version of a dissertation with an appendix on myths of the Khoi-khoin Author: Wilfrid H. G. Haacke.
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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Koekemakranka: Khoi-Khoin-Kultuurgoed En Kom-Kuier-Kos” as Want to Read: Want to Read saving Author: Renata Coetzee. Renate Coetzee documents what the San hunter-gatherers and the Khoi-Khoin pastoral herders ate and how they prepared what they ate.
Preface by Himla Soodyall. Foreword Christianity and the Khoi Khoin book Mark Solms. First South African publication printed on stone paper, made from construction waste and/or stone, without using water or cellulose.
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Wortschatz Der Khoi-Khoin (Namaqua-Hottentotten): : Books Skip. It is the first book of its kind in South Africa, and evidently in the world, to be printed on environmentally friendly “stone paper” made from crushed stone or construction waste and recycled.
Religious Beliefs. Khoi have been under missionary influence for a considerable length of time, and relatively little information regarding religious beliefs is available.
A range of myths that have been recorded shed some light on pre-Christian beliefs. Special significance was attached to the moon (it has been claimed that the Khoi "worshiped" the moon) and to two central good beings, Tsûi-//goab (the.
Khoekhoen (or Khoikhoi in the former orthography; formerly also Hottentots) are the traditionally nomadic pastoralist indigenous population of southwestern Africa. They are often grouped with the hunter-gatherer San (literally "Foragers") peoples.
The designation "Khoekhoe" is actually a kare or praise address, not an ethnic endonym, but it has been used in the literature as an ethnic term for. The Khoi Khoi were skilled in the practice of nomadic pastoral agriculture. The maintained large herds of cattle throughout the country, and evidence suggests that they migrated to South Africa from Botswana.
Some moved down from the Kalahari to the Cape, while others ventured southeast towards South Africa’s high-lying lands. The Khoisan are not one people, they are the Khoi and the San, Khoisan is a term used for the use of clicks the languages they use, both different languages but having influence on each other.
Khoisan / ˈ k ɔɪ s ɑː n /, or according to the contemporary Khoekhoegowab orthography Khoe-Sān (pronounced: [kxʰoesaːn]), is a catch-all term for the "non-Bantu" indigenous peoples of Southern Africa, combining the Khoekhoen (formerly "Khoikhoi") and the Sān or Sākhoen (also, in Afrikaans: Boesmans, or in English: Bushmen, after Dutch Boschjesmens; and Saake in the Nǁng language).
Author: Renata Coetzee en Volker Miros Publisher: Lapa Uitgewers Publish Date: Notes. Weekend Argus (Sunday Edition) - - SUNDAY LEISURE - KUKUMAKRANKA: Khoi-Khoin Culture, Customs and Creative Cooking Renata Coetze Photographs: Volker Miros (Lapa) IT’S NOT often that a culmination of a decade of research, collaboration and compilation is.
Kukumakranka: Khoi-Khoin Culture, Customs and Creative Cooking is a shortened and highly informative version of an extensive scientific study on the culinary culture and customs of the Khoi-Khoin. As South Africa’s oldest food culture, the Khoi-Khoin had. Find THE HOTTENTOTS (Khoi-Khoin) by Lategan, E H W: Perskor, Cape Town,First Edition, First Printing.
Fine 8vo hardcover, laminated pictorial boards, no dust jacket is. The religious belief systems of the Khoisan, a group of people in South Africa, have five common elements.
According to David Chidester, Professor of Comparative Religion at the University of Cape Town, the elements are a high god, a destructive god, a trickster figure, transmigration of the souls of the dead and lunar importance. KUKUMAKRANKA. Khoi-Khoin Culture, Customs and Creative Cooking.
Renata Coetzee & Volker Miros in the Cooking, Food & Wine category was sold for R on 4 Apr at by Bokmakierie in Cape Town (ID). The newspaper, “ Die Patriot ” (The Patriot), originated into be a spokesman of these language rules.
Worth noting is that the first Afrikaans newspaper was published in already. The newspaper, “ De Bode ”, was published by the Moravian Mission station in Genadendal. Christianity and the Khoi Khoin: a study of the roles of missionaries as contact agents. by Elizabeth Graham 1 edition - first published in Not in Library.
Wortschatz der Khoi-khoin(namaqua-hottentotten) Item Preview Wortschatz der Khoi-khoin(namaqua-hottentotten) by J G Kroenlein. Publication date Publisher Harvard University Language German.
Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Addeddate They were two completely different ethnic groups of South Africa, who lived around the Cape of Good Hope when the Dutch first settled there.
The biggest and probably the most important difference. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages: color illustrations, color portraits ; 22 cm: Contents: Pre-koloniale gebruike --Ontmoet die Khoi-khoin --Kultuurgoed eie aan die Khoi-khoin --Die spens van die Khoi-khoin --Die oudste kookkuns in die land --Die Khoi-khoin se veekuddes --Die oorgangskultuurgebruike --Die hede en die toekoms - .Abstract.
The information presented in this paper is based on a broad literature review of knowledge of all plants used as sources of food and water by the Khoisan people, namely, the Hottentots or Khoi-Khoin and the San or Bushmen (SchaperaBruwer ), who inhabit the arid and semi-arid areas of Namibia, Botswana and southern Angola (mean annual rainfall 50– mm).Cited by: Khoisan Healing: Understandings, Ideas and Practices To date, histories of pre-colonial and colonial Khoisan healing have been written, but few historians have drawn much from contemporary practice to inform their historical interpretations.
At least in Namibia, traditional medicine plays a highly important role in Khoisan health Size: 2MB.