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The Portuguese Aggression in Africa, Scenes in the Locality of the Disputed District (engraving)

The Portuguese Aggression in Africa, Scenes in the Locality of the Disputed District (engraving)


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The Portuguese Aggression in Africa, Scenes in the Locality of the Disputed District (engraving)

1046820 The Portuguese Aggression in Africa, Scenes in the Locality of the Disputed District (engraving) by English School, (19th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: The Portuguese Aggression in Africa, Scenes in the Locality of the Disputed District. Illustration for The Graphic, 21 December 1889.); Look and Learn / Illustrated Papers Collection

Media ID 22644370

© Look and Learn / Illustrated Papers Collection / Bridgeman Images

Dwellings English Church General View Lake Nyassa Locality Mission House Imam Malawi Nyassa Religious Orders Religious Role


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The Portuguese Aggression in Africa, Scenes in the Locality of the Disputed District

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is a captivating engraving that offers a glimpse into a tumultuous period in African history. Created by an English School artist during the 19th century, this print showcases various aspects of life and conflict within the disputed district. The image presents a general view of the locality, revealing dwellings and significant landmarks such as an English church and a mission house. The presence of clergy members from different religious orders, including priests and an imam, highlights the diverse religious landscape within this region. Intriguingly, a steam canoe can be seen on Lake Nyassa (now known as Lake Malawi), symbolizing both transportation and potential military power during this era. The topography surrounding the lake adds depth to the scene while emphasizing its importance as a strategic location for trade and control. One notable detail captured in this engraving is Archdeacon Maples' Native Singing Class at Chisimulu. This depiction underscores efforts made by missionaries to spread their influence through education and cultural exchange. Overall, "The Portuguese Aggression in Africa" serves as both historical documentation and artistic expression. It sheds light on colonial tensions between Portugal and other European powers while also highlighting local communities affected by these conflicts. This print stands as a testament to the complex dynamics of religion, politics, and territorial disputes that shaped Africa's past.

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