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Angola: from before its creation by the Portuguese until the exodus of these by our creation - Special Edition - Vol. I

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Author: Carlos Mariano Manuel

Publisher: Perfil Criativo - Edições

Year of publication: May 2021

ISBN: 978-989-54937-8-4

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Number of pages: 696

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INDEX - VOLUME I

The Author
Thanks
Preface I, by Marcolino Moco
CHAPTER I
Notulas on the instrumental role of the legacy of the order of the poor knights of Christ and the temple of Solomon (Templars) for the maritime expeditions of the Portuguese and the situation in the sub-Saharan region prior to their arrival

  • The origin and evolution of human settlement in sub-Saharan Africa
  • The evolution of knowledge about the physical geography of the continent
  • The Chinese anticipated the Iberians upon arrival in Africa,
  • America and the circumnavigation of the globe
  • The Euro-Western expansion and especially the Iberian expansion to the West coast of Africa
  • The relationship between Christianity, the knights of the temple (Templars) and the epic of the maritime voyages of the Portuguese

CHAPTER II
The Kingdom or Empire of the Congo

  • The process that led to the integration of the southern Region of Congo into the colony of Angola
  • The origin of the Kingdom of the Congo "In how the Muxicongos never had idols and the good natural of these people"
  • The peaceful arrival of the Lusos to the Congo took place ninety-three years before they began the conquest of Ndongo and the foundation of Angola
  • The known sovereigns of the kingdom or empire of the Congo, from before the arrival of the Europeans until the year 1961
  • In how the introduction of Christianity was also instrumental in the mastery and cause of profound disturbances in the Congo
  • The most virtuous second Catholic king of the Congo, Mbemba - Nzinga or D. Afonso I
  • Luso Mining Expedition – German sent by king Portuguese King Manuel I, to prospect and explore ores and other natural resources of the Congo
  • The first manifestations of subversion urdida by the guests, against the institutions of the host kingdom
  • The consolidation of the international prestige of the kingdom, exemplified by the sending to Rome of Nsuca Nvunda or D. António Manuel Nvunda, as the first African ambassador to the Holy See
  • The disobedience of the colonial authorities of Luanda to the royal determinations of Portugal, which desuaded them from the realization of the war against congo, at the end of the interlude Batavio in Angola

CHAPTER III
The Battle of Ammbuíla

  • The consistent imperative in congo's military and political weakening for the affirmation of the colonial project Portuguese: the details of the realization of the battle of Ammbuíla
  • Wills desvindas in Lisbon, Luanda and Mbanza Kongo: the epistolary torrent prior to the outbreak of this historic battle
  • Funeral pomps held in Luanda by the Portuguese authorities in honor of King Muana Malaza or Nvita Nkanga or D. António I of the Congo, hero-martyr of the Battle of Ammbuíla
  • The sequels recorded in the kingdom or empire of the Congo, later to the Battle of Ambrosuíla

CHAPTER IV
"Genesis" of Angola

  • Onomlastic issues related to the toponym "Angola"
  • Diligence of King Mbemba Nzinga or D. Afonso I of the Congo with his luso counterpart, for the sending by this of Catholic priests to ndongo
  • The usury for the exploration of ores and demographics, seen as an inexhaustible source for the trafficking of enslaved, determined the issue of the donataria for the conquest of the territory and the foundation of Angola
  • Letter of donataria (equivalent in today's times to the title of land concession), which created Angola
  • Transcription and translation of the original of the donatary letter of 1571

CHAPTER V
Beginning and aftermath of angola's wars of conquest and creation

CHAPTER VI
The decisive contribution of Domingos Abreu de Brito's report to the expansion of the donataria and its conversion into Cologne, Portugal

  • The end of the era of Paulo Dias de Novais
  • The first great desaire of the conquerors in Angoleme - Aquitambo

CHAPTER VII
Balance of the first three glosss since the foundation of the conquest and updating of the strategies for its successive expansion

  • Angola under the Spanish crown and the assessment of its viability as a colony
  • The place where the greatest defeat of the Lusos conquerors occurred, the dreamed ores of Cambambe and their vision in finding the way of access to the Indian Ocean

CHAPTER VIII
Appointment of the first and subsequent governors of Angola and the disappointment arising from the lack of silver mines in the Cambambe mountains

  • The disappointment caused by the absence of silver in the mountains of Cambambe
  • Succession in the royal family Mbandi of Ngola by ginga
  • Assumption of the kingdom of Ndongo by Queen Ginga Mbandi
  • Captivity of nginga mbandi sisters in São Paulo de Luanda
  • The worsening of slave traffic in ndongo
  • The transposition of the method used in the occupation of Angola to Benguela
  • Some of the many examples of luanda's residual and colonial toponymy
  • The brief replacement of the Luso domain by The Batávio in Angola

CHAPTER IX
The triumph of the forces commanded by Salvador Correia de Sá and Benevides over the Dutch and the increased dependence of the colony on Brazil

CHAPTER X
The progressive collapse of the Kingdom of ndongo, conversion to Catholicism, matrimonial sacramentation, death of Queen Nginga Mbandi and her troubled and tumultuous succession

  • Site that houses the tombs of Ngola Kiluanji Kia Samba and Njinga Mbandi (or Ana de Sousa) located in the commune of Cabombo, municipality of Marimba, malanje province

CHAPTER XI
The occupation and constitution of the prison of Pungo-a-Ndongo and the conquest of Matamba by the Portuguese

  • The entry into 18th century angola marked by the bad omen of a severe casual storm in Luanda
  • The expansion of Angola's conquest in front of Benguela
  • The Kingdom of the Bailundo

CHAPTER XII
Slavery and slave trafficking in Angola - general contextualization

  • The main causes and the inaugural actions of the slave trade carried out by the Portuguese
  • Magnitude of slave trade from the present territory of Angola, compared to other African origins
  • Absolute dependence on the development of the captaincies of Brazil of the slave labor force, coming from the current territory of Angola
  • Inhumanity in the maritime transport conditions of enslaved
  • Luanda: city born of the slave trade

INTERLUDE FOR REFLECTION
The Portuguese standards on the Atlantic coast of Southern Africa and the misconception that Angola was founded in 1482

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