Les Dadjo sont un groupe de peuples d'Afrique centrale établis à l'est du Tchad et à l'ouest du Soudan du Sud.↑ (en) James Stuart Olson, « Daju », in The Peoples of Africa: An Ethnohistorical Dictionary, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996, p. 136 (ISBN 9780313279188)

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  • Les Dadjo sont un groupe de peuples d'Afrique centrale établis à l'est du Tchad et à l'ouest du Soudan du Sud.
  • Das Volk der Daju (Dājū) ist der dominierende Stamm im südöstlichen Tschad, der an die sudanesische Region Darfur grenzt. Ein alternativer Name für das Volk ist Bokoruge.
  • This page is about Daju people, also see: Daju (disambiguation).The Daju People are a group of seven distinct ethnicities speaking related languages (see Daju languages) living on both sides of the Chad-Sudan border and in the Nuba Mountains. Separated by distance and speaking different languages, at present, they generally have little cultural affinity to each other.The traditional area identified with the Daju are the Daju Hills in the southern portion of the Marrah Mountains located in the Darfur province of Sudan. As the Marrah Mountains are the only area in Darfur that has a temperate climate and thus could support large populations, a Daju state arose perhaps as early as the 12th century. Very little is known of this kingdom except for a list of kings and several mentions in Egyptian texts. The Daju appear to be the dominant group in Darfur from earliest times vying for control with their northern Marrah Mountain rivals, the agricultural Fur people.
  • Даго, даджу, дагу — народ в Судане (юго-запад плато Кордофан, часть плато Дарфур). В Чаде их численность превышает 140 000 человек, в Судане — более 100 000 человек. Говорят на языке даго (даджу) ветви даджу кир-аббайской семьи включаемой в восточносуданскую надсемью нило-сахарской макросемьи. Как второй язык, распространён арабский. По вероисповеданию, даго — мусульмане-сунниты.
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  • Les Dadjo sont un groupe de peuples d'Afrique centrale établis à l'est du Tchad et à l'ouest du Soudan du Sud.↑ (en) James Stuart Olson, « Daju », in The Peoples of Africa: An Ethnohistorical Dictionary, Greenwood Publishing Group, 1996, p. 136 (ISBN 9780313279188)
  • Das Volk der Daju (Dājū) ist der dominierende Stamm im südöstlichen Tschad, der an die sudanesische Region Darfur grenzt. Ein alternativer Name für das Volk ist Bokoruge.
  • Даго, даджу, дагу — народ в Судане (юго-запад плато Кордофан, часть плато Дарфур). В Чаде их численность превышает 140 000 человек, в Судане — более 100 000 человек. Говорят на языке даго (даджу) ветви даджу кир-аббайской семьи включаемой в восточносуданскую надсемью нило-сахарской макросемьи. Как второй язык, распространён арабский. По вероисповеданию, даго — мусульмане-сунниты.
  • This page is about Daju people, also see: Daju (disambiguation).The Daju People are a group of seven distinct ethnicities speaking related languages (see Daju languages) living on both sides of the Chad-Sudan border and in the Nuba Mountains.
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