Browsing African Ajami Library by Author "Serigne Mbaye Diakhate"

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Browsing African Ajami Library by Author "Serigne Mbaye Diakhate"

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  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    The manuscript is a photocopy of the original handwritten by Serigne Mbaye Diakhate. Based upon the interview with the owner, the material was written in 1948 in Khourou Mbacke, Diourbel. Because the photocopy is black and ...
  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    This manuscript is the original handwritten by Serigne Mbaye Diakhate. Based on the interview with the owner, the manuscript was written between 1902 and 1954. Red, purple, and black ink are used in the manuscript. The red ...
  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    These materials are part of the personal archives of Serigne Abdou Kane, a student of Serigne Mbaye Diakhate. The manuscript consists of documents written by him based on the poems he memorized and heard from his teacher. ...
  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    Serigne Mbaye Nguirane copied these manuscripts from the originals written by Serigne Mbaye Diakhate over forty years ago. Red, green, and black ink are used in the manuscripts. The red and green ink are used to highlight ...
  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    The manuscript is the original handwritten by Serigne Mbaye Diakhate. Based on the interview with the owner, the poem was written between 1902 and 1954. Red, purple, and black ink are used in the manuscripts. The red ink ...
  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    This manuscript is a handwritten copy of the original written by Serigne Mbaye Diakhate. Based on the interview with the owner, the original was written between 1902 and 1954. Red, green, purple, and black ink are used in ...
  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    This manuscript is a handwritten copy of the original. The original is believed to have been written between 1902 and 1954 by Serigne Mbaye Diakhate. Most of the manuscript is written with black ink, with red ink used for ...
  • Serigne Mbaye Diakhate (2011-11-30)
    This manuscript is an original handwritten by Serigne Mbaye Diakhate. It is believed to have been written between 1902 and 1954. Black, red, green, and purple inks are used throughout the manuscript. Key words and vocalization ...

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