The religious system of the Amazulu. Izinyanga zokubula; or, Divination, as existing among the Amazulu, in their own words, with a translation into English, and notes. By the Rev. Canon Callaway.


Springvale, Natal, J. A. Blair, 1870 [i. e. 1885] .

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Subjects Ancestor worship.
Divination.
Medicine, Magic, mystic, and spagiric.
Witchcraft -- Zululand.
Zulu (African people) -- Religion.
Series Publications of the Folklore Society ; 15.
Description 448, viii p. 23 cm.
Notes A re-issue of the 1870 edition; originally issued in 4 parts, 1868-1970, with last part incomplete.
Contents [pt. I] Unkulunkulu; or, The tradition of creation as existing among the Amazulu and other tribes of South Africa.--pt. II. Amatongo; or Ancestor worship.--pt. III. Izinyanga zokubula; or, Diviners.--pt. IV. Abatakati; or, Medical magic, and witchcraft.
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