Kairn Klieman 2003

Kairn Klieman. 2003. Toward a History of Pre-colonial Gabon: Farmers and Forest Specialists along the Ogooué river, 500 B.C.- A.D. 1000. In Michael C. Reed and James F. Barnes (eds.), Culture, Ecology, and Politics in Gabon's Rainforest, 99-135. Lewistown, New York: Edwin Mellen Press.

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  address    = {Lewistown, New York},
  author     = {Kairn Klieman},
  booktitle  = {Culture, Ecology, and Politics in Gabon's Rainforest},
  editor     = {Michael C. Reed and James F. Barnes},
  pages      = {99-135},
  publisher  = {Edwin Mellen Press},
  title      = {Toward a History of Pre-colonial Gabon: Farmers and Forest Specialists along the Ogooué river, 500 B.C.- A.D. 1000},
  year       = {2003},
  besttxt    = {ptxt\africa\klieman_gabon2003.txt},
  fn         = {africa\klieman_gabon2003_o.pdf, africa\klieman_gabon2003.pdf},
  hhtype     = {overview;comparative},
  inlg       = {English [eng]},
  lgcode     = {200-word lists for Yambe [NOCODE_Yambe], Ndzem = Njyem [njy], Bekwil = Bekwil [bkw], Bomwali = Bomwali [bmw], Irimba from Mandibu (24 km SE of Moabi) Prov. Nyanga in Gabon 71 percent cognate with Punu [puu], Lumbu [lup], Igama 82 percent cognate with Lumbu [lup], Vili from Mayumbe [vif], Njebi [nzb], Ibongo-Nzebi 91 percent cognate with Njebi [nzb], Itsogho = Tsogo [tsv], Ebongo = Ebongo-Itsogho (B31.1) Okondja in Prov. Ngounié in Gabon 71 percent cognate with Tsogo [tsv], Himba = Simba [sbw], Iyaa = Yaka (Congo) [iyx], Ibongo-Iyaa Today the Ibongo-lyaa language is spoken by three distinct hunting and gathering communities 83-94 percent cognate with Iyaa = Yaka (Congo) [iyx], Ilaali = Teke-Laali [lli], Gibongo-Ilaali = Teke-Laali [lli], Ibeembe = Beembe [beq], Ibongo-Beembe = Beembe [beq], Mikaya speaking a Bantu C10 language = Mikaya-Bambengangale-Baluma [NOCODE_Mikaya-Bambengangale-Baluma], Bambengangale = Mikaya-Bambengangale-Baluma [NOCODE_Mikaya-Bambengangale-Baluma], Bongili-Pikounda = Bongili [bui], Baluma = Mikaya-Bambengangale-Baluma [NOCODE_Mikaya-Bambengangale-Baluma], Babenzele = Yaka (Central African Republic) [axk], Bambenga = Yaka (Central African Republic) [axk], Inyele = Bongili [bui], Bomitaba-Bambomba = Bomitaba [zmx], Babole-Bakolu from Mangoumba-Baye (0.9952778N 17.0788889E) close to and very probably = Dibole [bvx]},
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Languages

Name in source Glottolog languoid
200-word lists for Yambe
Ndzem
Bekwil
Bomwali
Irimba from Mandibu (24 km SE of Moabi) Prov. Nyanga in Gabon 71 percent cognate with Punu
Lumbu
Igama 82 percent cognate with Lumbu
Vili from Mayumbe
Njebi
Ibongo-Nzebi 91 percent cognate with Njebi
Itsogho
Ebongo
Himba
Iyaa
Ibongo-Iyaa Today the Ibongo-lyaa language is spoken by three distinct hunting and gathering communities 83-94 percent cognate with Iyaa
Ilaali
Gibongo-Ilaali
Ibeembe
Ibongo-Beembe
Mikaya speaking a Bantu C10 language
Bambengangale
Bongili-Pikounda
Baluma
Babenzele
Bambenga
Inyele
Bomitaba-Bambomba
Babole-Bakolu from Mangoumba-Baye (0.9952778N 17.0788889E) close to and very probably