Who was considered the tribal religious leader in African tribes?
the witch doctor
The which doctor.
The tribe's witch doctor.
they acted as mediators, layers,judges, even executioners.
The witch doctor in a tribe. Which was the religious leader, political leader, and the one who uses evil magic to heal which they have to pay the price later.
Depends on what your talking about. For Africa, a witch doctor. Indian tribe, the chief. Your house, your Dad and Mom.
A traditional tribal chief is the leader of a tribe, or the head of a tribal form of self-government. more info: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tribal_chief
If that tribal leader had battle prisoners that he wanted to get rid of then he could sell them to the Europeans for money
the name of the Maori tribal leader was Rangatira.
It depends on which tribal African language you are talking about.
lobola is the translation for dowry in tribal African wording
Please be more specific as to which tribal leader you need.
There is no"typical African tribal community" - their religions and communities are as diverse as the many peoples of Africa.
A tribal leader is called a chief. Some tribes choose to have multiple male leaders, in this case the leaders are often called kings.
tribal, ethnic and religious
There are no limits to where you can find beautiful African tribal music. You may find authentic CDs from Africa for example available on the internet.
They have a tribal leader/government
Hengist I believe.
name the african tribe that came to jamaica
I've never heard of an African Tribal Assembly (named as such) . There are over 7,000 tribes across Africa and they all have different kinds gatherings and events you could call assemblies. Each would be according to their individual tribal customs.
The Europeans purchased the African slaves from other Africans, kings or tribal leaders.
yes only Sioux men became tribal leaders. they became tribal leaders because they had to do a lot of brave deeds and earn a lot of feathers to become a tribal leader.
By Tribal Law.
tribal(native) The major religion for black people in America is not tribal. "Tribal" isn't a religion. I'm black and most of us are Baptists, Methodists or Muslim.
In 2013, their tribal chieftain was Gabriel Carrasco.
The Anaszi do have a leader. Each Anasazi village had 10 to 20 people in it including the leader.
The Family is the most important group of people in African tribes.
Some African tribes sing there music nude, with the ladies and the gentlemen dancing together
Most of the time they where bought or bartered from tribal chiefs. The traders themselves did not do the capturing very often.
The Mohawk's had two chiefs, a religious chief and the official chief of the tribe. The clan mothers choose the religious chief, and the official tribal chief is elected. The role of the official tribal chief is to deal with the US and Canadian government.
Attila was a tribal leader. He really didn't have an empire.
Christians are 29% Islam 20% and the rest African tribal.
On the tribal basis, with a chief, then warriors etc.
There is no " Muslim tribal chief." You probably mean sheikh (best pronounced "shike" or "shake" but also "sheek"), which is the usual title for the leader of an Arab family or village, i.e. a tribe. The word is not a Muslim title. It simply means "old man." An Islamic spiritual leader is called an imam, which is not a tribal title.
There were no East African civilizations at the time of the first European visitors, East African people were tribal, and mostly nomadic.
Agriculture and mining, Asian and tribal, and European and tribal are Suriname's respective economic, religious and socio-political bases. Specifically, Suriname's economy historically is based on mining of resources such as bauxite and production of edibles such as bananas and rice. Its religions cluster around the Asian sources of Christianity, Hinduism and Islam and the tribal sources of African and indigenous spiritualities. Its socio-political ideas and manifestations are derived from the experiences of the European Kingdom… Read More
3. political boundaries imposed by Europeans that had little relationship to African tribal boundaries
actually ,it includes folk,theatrical,religious,tribal,social and others.
It includes Folk, Theatrical, Religious, Tribal, Social and others...:)
Yes, they do - even if they are only tribal or religious courts.
African tribal masks were found by early 1800's pioneers and archaeologists. They often collected the masks of sold them for profit.
i think African art has bright colours and tribal things on where as American is more modern (ithink)
he lived with some indians who elected him as their tribal leader
the tribal leader ,i think LOL. hope I've helped
William Watson has written: 'Tribal cohesion in a money economy' -- subject(s): Mambwe (African people), Social conditions, Tribes and tribal system
African masks symbolize the spirit of the African ancestors. African masks were also used to show that they belonged to a certain tribe. African masks can ward/scare of other tribes and they are also used in tribal festivals/dances.
Does tribal culture have the right to flourish even if the way of life includes killing as a sacrifice?
Answer No. The modern, and correct, view is that tribal culture does not have the right to kill hiumans as part of religious or cultural rites.
See the CIA World Factbook for a quick reference of each nation's religion. There are 47 to 53 countries considered African (depending if the islands are considered part of the continent). All religions of the world can be found in Africa, with Islam, Christianity and traditional/tribal being the most common.