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    BUNGA IDOLA PENEMU : BUNGA KERAJAAN MING SERUNAI( CHRYSANTHENUM)

  

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Showcase :

The Nigeria Collections Exhibition

Frame One:

The Nigeria Collections

1.Postal History

1)British Rule

2) Independent

2.Numismatic Collections

3.Travel Around with Pictures collections 4.native art

 

Frame Two:

The Nigeria Historic collections

 
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Prehistory
Ancient and Middle Ages
(Before 1500)
Early modern period
(1500–1800)
Colonial Nigeria
(1800–1960)
Nigerian First Republic
(1960-1979)
Civil War
(1967–1970)
History of Nigeria (1979–1999)
Nigerian Second Republic
(1979-1983)
Nigerian Third Republic
(1993-1999)
Nigerian Fourth Republic
(1999–present)
Topics
History of the Igbo people
History of the Yoruba people

Contents

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 Early history

Archaeological research has shown[who?] that people were already living in southwestern Nigeria (specifically Iwo-Eleru) as early as 9000 BC and perhaps earlier at Ugwuelle-Uturu (Okigwe) in southeastern Nigeria, where microliths were used.[1] Smelting furnaces at Taruga dating from the 4th century BC provide the oldest evidence of metalworking in Archaeology.

The earliest known example of a fossil skeleton with negroid features, perhaps 10,000 years old, was found at Iii Ileru in western Nigeria and attests to the antiquity of habitation in the region.[2]

Microlithic and ceramic industries were also developed by savanna pastoralists from at least the 4th millennium BC and were continued by subsequent agricultural communities. In the south, hunting and gathering gave way to subsistence farming in the first millennium BC and the cultivation of staple foods.

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