Bantu migration occurred between the years 1000 and 1800AD when there was movement from different parts of Africa. The Bantu from the Congo or the Niger Delta Basin were the first to arrive followed by the Luo from Southern Sudan and then by the Ngoni from Southern Africa.
However there may be two versions concerning Bantu migration. Similar to the area already suggested, but distant enough to create a difference. The first suggests they came from West Africa around the Cameroon Highlands and the Nigerian Plateau. Another suggests the Katanga region in Southeastern Congo.
Linguistic clues have also revealed patterns of movements, similar words reveal common origins. Agricultural and herding methods also reveal common origins
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The Bantu people originated in central Africa.
Africa Where the Bantu people come from?
South or Southeast
It led to migration
These Germanic peoples had been part of a migratory period which had been lasting for a long time. There were migrations from southern Scandinavia to central and eastern Europe and from northern Germany towards central Germany. There was population pressure on the land. The Hun invasion of parts of eastern Europe increased this squeeze. The invading Germanic peoples were looking for new lands to settle. The invasions were more than just military actions. They were migrations of entire peoples.
Follow animal migrations and vegetation cycles
The Bantu language is spoken in many parts of Africa.
South or Southeast
Only the Austronesian migrations brought domesticated plants and animals on their migrations
Everybodys differant. Peoples teeth sometimes begin to fall out or "move" in a late age. And some peoples begin in an early age. Its unpredictable. Sorry.
Warren R. Perry has written: 'Landscape transformations and the archaeology of impact' -- subject(s): Bantu-speaking peoples, History, Migrations
Migrations - album - was created in 2006-09.