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Book ID 414

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Extract Date: 1931


This scan from Dale. Photo is probably from MK. Origins of the photo unkown.

Extract ID: 3951

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Extract Date: 1994+

director-general of Tanzania's National Parks

[Lelamari, Lotal] director-general of Tanzania's National Parks (Tanapa)

Extract ID: 519

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Exhibition centre was updated by the Getty Foundation.

Extract ID: 780

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closed with torrential rains in December

closed with torrential rains in December.

Extract ID: 1350

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Crater Highlands

1. named the Winter Highlands by the Germans (but see Ngorongoro)

2. Maasai - O'lhoirobi - Cold Highlands

Extract ID: 184

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el nino rains

Extract ID: 924

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Extract Author: Pliny

Ex Africa semper aliquid novi

Ex Africa semper aliquid novi.

There is always something new coming out of Africa.

Extract ID: 823

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First recorded ascent of Mount Meru

First recorded ascent of Mount Meru by Prof. F Jaeger

Extract ID: 359

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its Maasai name means 'Cooking Pot'

its Maasai name means 'Cooking Pot'.

Extract ID: 793

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Kilimanjaro

Kilima Njaro (Swahili) Mountain of Greatness, or

Mountain of Caravans,

both translations believed by Rebmann, first European to see the mountain in 1848.

Extract ID: 386

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Kilimanjaro

Kilimangare (Maasai) meaning 'hill of water'

Extract ID: 389

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Kilimanjaro

Also translated as Shining Mountain, White Mountain, or Mountain of Water

Extract ID: 391

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Kopjes

'small heads' in Afrikaans

Extract ID: 424

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Kruuk, Dr. Hans

[Kruuk, Dr. Hans] .. of the Serengeti Research Institute

Extract ID: 429

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Lemileblu

Maasai - ilemelepo- dry hills

Extract ID: 520

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Longido

Maasai - oloonkito - place of the stone useful for sharpening knives

Extract ID: 531

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Maasai - the black mountain . . .

Maasai - the black mountain

Extract ID: 751

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Major Wildlife Census

Major Wildlife Census

Extract ID: 923

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Manyara

Maasai ‘Amanya-are’ ‘A meeting place of two’

Extract ID: 561

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Mount Meru

Maasai, Meaning 'that which does not make a noise'

Extract ID: 628

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Munge Stream

named after the Maasai word given to their ceremonial anklets made from the skin of the colobus monkey

Extract ID: 638

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Nainokanoka

the place of heavy mists

Extract ID: 643

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Ngorongoro

Named after a type of Maasai bowl, which it resembles.

Extract ID: 661

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Ngorongoro

Name of an especially valiant group of Datogo warriors defeated by Maasai after battle in the Crater about 150 years ago

Extract ID: 664

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Ngorongoro

Maasai age set, called the Ilkorongoro, who wrested the highland from their previous occupants, the Datong.

Extract ID: 665

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Ngorongoro

Name of Maasai cattle bell maker who lived in the crater

Extract ID: 666

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Ngorongoro

Name of a grinding stone, which the caldera resembles

Extract ID: 667

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Ngorongoro

Sound of the battle bells that the Maasai wore during the battle [with the Datong], that was supposed to have terrified their enemies into submission was 'koh- rohngroh' and it is from this that Ngorongoro comes

Extract ID: 668

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Ngorongoro

'extra down' in Maasai (A Smith)

Extract ID: 669

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Ngorongoro

Of Kalenjin origin. Name of an age set known variously as Gorongoro, Kerongoro, or Korongoro which was defeated by the Masai about 150-200 years ago. The Kalenjin ethnic group includes the Tatog (Barabaig or Mangati) of Tanzania.

Extract ID: 670

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no mentions of eruptions between 1940 and 1966 . . .

no mentions of eruptions between 1940 and 1966

Extract ID: 759

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Oldeani

Maasai for Giant Bamboo 'Arundinaria alpina' - Ol doinyo l'ol tiani

Extract ID: 770

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Oldupai

Named after the sansevieria plant (tall, wild sisal, aka bayonet aloe) called Oldupai or ol duvai in Maasai.

Extract ID: 781

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River of Mosquitoes

River of Mosquitoes

Extract ID: 633

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Serengeti

Serengeti . . . derives from Maasai siringet, Meaning 'extended place'

Extract ID: 906

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The camp, set up in 1971 in the wildlife-rich lands

The camp, set up in 1971 in the wildlife-rich lands around Tanzania's Lake Ndutu, was a particularly important training ground for young filmmakers.

Extract ID: 1066

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The first Europeans to discover Kilimanjaro

The first Europeans to discover Kilimanjaro the legendary burial place of King Solomon, were two German missionaries, Johannes Rebmann and Ludwig Krapf, in 1848. Their tales of a snow-covered peak near the equator, however, were not initially believed.

Extract ID: 860

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The Hard Country

The Hard Country

Extract ID: 285
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