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Kingship and ceremony in Ashanti

A.A.Y Kyerematen

Kingship and ceremony in Ashanti

dedicated to the memory of Otumfuo Sir Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, Asantehene.

by A.A.Y Kyerematen

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Published by Printed by UST Press] in [Kumasi .
Written in English

  • Ashanti -- Kings and rulers,
  • Rites and ceremonies -- Ashanti

  • Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDT507 K95
    The Physical Object
    Number of Pages28
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21582297M

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Kingship and ceremony in Ashanti: Dedicated to the memory of Otumfuo Sir Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, Author: A. Y Kyerematen. Page - We in Ashanti dare not worship the Sky God alone, or the Earth Goddess alone, or any one spirit. We have to protect ourselves against, and use when we can, the spirits of all things in.

Perhaps because I lived in the Gold Coast as a child, I found the book an interesting and well written history. Perhaps a bit too politically correct in the way that the author presents the pre-British society of the Asante to be quite idyllic (apart from the constant human sacrifices!), in the tradition of the "noble savage" view of pre-colonial societies as peaceful by: KING OF ASHANTI by' George P.

Hagan* My aim in this paper is to present an interpretation of Ashanti kingship in the Kingship and ceremony in Ashanti book of two other political institutions in Ashanti; and it is in two parts. The first part is an attempt to interpret the functions of the King of Ashanti in the light of. According to Royal African Wedding & Marriage Ceremony: A Guide by King, Kwabena F.

Ashanti (Tone Books, ), jumping the broom is an insult that brings dishonor to African ancestors. "Jumping the broom is just plain wrong. In reality, it symbolizes a very foul period [slavery] in our history here in America," writes Ashanti.

The coronation of the king is the most important ritual act associated with kingship in the ancient Near East. A comparison of Mosiah with coronation ceremonies recorded in the Old Testament and with such rites among other ancient Near Eastern peoples reveals striking parallels.

The Sanctuary as the Site of the Coronation. King Solomon. King Solomon (“ Shlomo Hamelech ” in Hebrew) was the third king of was the son of King David and ruled Israel for forty years, ushering in an era of peace and prosperity for his people.

He is famous for building the First Holy Temple in story is told primarily in 1 Kings (). The Ashanti people believe that a golden stool descended from the sky and landed on the lap of the first Ashanti king. Ever since, the stool has been held in high regard.

The stool is believed to house the spirit of the Ashanti nation and is still used today in ceremonies. While people can look, nobody is allowed to sit on it.

Tradition has it that this stool, covered with pure gold, floated out of the sky and landed on the lap of the first Asantehene (Asante king), Osei-tutu. He unified the people in the 17th centrury. Kingship and ceremony in Ashanti: dedicated to the memory of Otumfuo Sir Osei Agyeman Prempeh II, Asantehene.

Book. Kingship and kingdoms authority. Personal Blog. Kingship anointed International Ministries. Local Business. Kingship c3. Musician/Band. Kingship clothing. Clothing (Brand). This volume contains the final investigations of the Anthropological department on the Ashanti (with the exception of a collection of folktales which is now in course of preparation).

It is the last of a trilogy which includes in the series the volumes entitled Ashanti and Religion and art in Ashanti. Pref. ancient Ashanti migrated from the vicinity of the northwestern Niger River after the fall of the Ghana Empire in the 13th century.

Evidence of this lies in the royal courts of the Akan kings reflected by that of the Ashanti kings whose processions and ceremonies show remnants of ancient Ghana ceremonies. Kingship is embedded in the Asante tradition. The Golden Stool is scared to the Asante culture and plays an important role in the enstoolment of the kings and queen mothers.

It was said that the Golden Stool symbolized the unity of the chiefs and their people. The Asante Empire (Asante Twi: Asanteman) was an Akan empire and kingdom from toin what is now modern-day expanded from Ashanti to include the Brong-Ahafo Region, Central Region, Eastern Region and Western Region of present-day to the empire's military prowess, wealth, architecture, sophisticated hierarchy and culture, the Ashanti Kingdom has been extensively.

Ashanti Empire The Ashanti Empire (also spelled Asante) was an Akan empire and kingdom in what is now modern-day Ghana from to The Ashanti Empire expanded from Ashanti to include the Brong-Ahafo Region, Central Region, Eastern Region, Greater Accra Region and Western Region of present-day Ghana.

Due to the empire’s military prowess, wealth, [ ]. The Knocking or ‘Kokooko’ ceremony, unique to Ashanti wedding traditions, is the first in the marriage process, and a symbol of respect in unifying the two families.

The young man and his family members first knock at the entrance of the home, then at the door. The bride’s male family members take their time opening the door.

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The Golden Stool (full title, Sika Dwa Kofi) has been the symbol of power in Ashanti Kingdom since the 17th century. According to oral tradition, Okomfo Anokye, a High Priest and one of the two founders of the Ashanti Confederacy, conjured the Golden Stool, decorated with golden bells, and caused it to descend from the sky where it landed at the feet of Osei Tutu I, the first Asantehene (King.

Kingship Rituals. Sources. Formal king acquired and maintained his divinity through a series of rituals. The first such ritual the king participated in was his coronation, called in Egyptian khai, which means “to arise,” and was also used to describe the sun’s rising.

At this time, the five elements of the king’s formal titulary were announced: a Horus name, representing. The Ashanti also practice many ceremonies for marriage, death, puberty, and birth. The golden stool is sacred to the Ashanti; today great pride in the Ashanti King lives on in the tradition of the Golden Stool.

There is an elaborate legend surrounding it that is told by the old men of Ashanti. The golden stool is very carefully protected. Ashanti yam ceremony, 19th century by Thomas Edward Bowdich The Ashanti state strongly resisted attempts by Europeans, mainly the Kingdom of Great Britain, to conquer them.

The Ashanti limited British influence in the Ashanti region, as Britain annexed neighbouring areas. Pomp and ceremony The Ashanti king was carried into the grounds on a throne by court attendants, shaded from the blazing sun by an umbrella held above his head –.

Instagram tags #Maxwelljennings #lifeofmellen #ghanawedding Couple: @lifeofmellen Bride: @o Groom: @corebyjames Photography & Videography: @maxwel. the then Chief Commissioner of Ashanti and the present Governor of British Honduras, Mr E.C.

Hawkesworth, C.M.G. In the end the research turned out to be a quadri-partite affair, with the West African Institute, the Colonial Research Council (which fmanced Miss Ady), the Gold Coast Government, and the people of Ashanti, all contributing. African Ceremonies Inc, a c3 charitable foundation, is dedicated to the preservation of African tribal traditions through the photographic documentation of ceremonies and customs, thereby ensuring that the strength and essence of African culture is preserved for the history of mankind and for the education of future generations.

The Ashanti people used to (and still do) hand weave these bright multicolored clothes for their kings and noblemen. The tradition of kente cloth is said to have been developed in the 17 th century, and stems from ancient Akan weaving techniques dating as far back as the 11 th century AD (this is one of Africa’s textile tradition).

Seychelles became a separate colony on the 31 st August ofand on Wednesday 1 st April of the same year, Prempeh and his entourage attended the ceremony of the unveiling of the Victoria Clock Tower.

Life at the Ashanti camp was calm and peaceful but it was not without its shenanigans and occasional altercations. A special drink ceremony is held “to create the voice and imbue him (or her) with wisdom and intelligence,” so that the baby will resemble a “true Ashanti.” (Tufuo, p.

54) Everyone joins in the child’s training as the child begins to walk and talk. After the woman’s consent is given, the customary marriage ceremony as practiced by the bride’s ethnic group are performed by the groom’s family head, either the father or the uncle. Though generally with differing ethnic marriage customs, when it comes to customary marriage in major parts of Ghana, one thing that bind them together is.

KING, KINGSHIP. The Heb. word for “king” is מֶ֫לֶכְ֒, H It appears over two thousand times in the OT. The Gr. equivalent, βασιλεύς, G, occurs for melek in the LXX and some fifty times in the NT.

Outline. Kingship and the gods. In the system of the ancient. - Nana Prempeh II. See more ideas about Ashanti, African culture, African pins.

The Ashanti royal house traces its line to the Oyoko (an Abusua, meaning ‘clan’) Abohyen Dynasty of Nana Twum and the Beretuo Dynasty of Osei Tutu Opemsoo, who formed the Empire of Ashanti in and was crowned Asantehene (King of all Ashanti).

Osei Tutu held the Ashanti. Ghana’s Ashanti king reunites with Akan descendants shipped to Suriname as slaves How an Ashanti princess established the Akan lineage in Ivory Coast after sacrificing her son in the s. Several of the Ashanti said the new king had prevailed because he had lived in New York for 16 years, thoroughly knew the Ashanti communities and had served as deputy under the previous king.

Ghana: Remarks By Chinese Ambassador to Ghana H.E. Mdm. Sun Baohong At the Handing-Over Ceremony of the ICT Classroom At Lady Julia ICT Knowledge Community Center 21 February Forum on China. Kings Prempeh I and II afena (sword) akuduo pot afenatene (sword) Kumasi, the Ashanti capital Akan akuaba (doll figure) legends and myths Ashante (Ashanti) Ashanti Wars masks, ceremonial and ancestor asuman (priest) matrilineal amulet “Mother Earth” ancestor spirits Asantahene, the Ashanti king Nyame (God) ceremony chief okra (the soul) clan.

The Ashanti live in central Ghana in western Africa [map of Ghana ] approximately km. away from the coast. The Ashanti are a major ethnic group of the Akans in Ghana, a fairly new nation, barely more than 50 years old. Ghana, previously the Gold Coast, was a British colony until   The inauguration was part of a quadrennial, two-day ceremony in the Bronx that is a high point in the Ashanti diaspora’s calendar, serving to strengthen traditions and.

Biblical scholars believe he is referenced in the Bible book of Kings and Isaiah as the great King of Kush who waged war against Sennacherib, King of.

The origins of Kente cloth date back to 12th century Africa, in the country of Ghana and the Ashanti people.

The cloth was worn by Kings, Queens, and important figures of state in Ghana's society during ceremonial events and special occasions. Each Ashanti king would create a new Kente design after.

The Ashanti as has been said, starts its year in the fall as do the Jews and has a New Year and harvest festival much like that of the Jewish Rosh Hashanah/Yom Teruah (New Year/Feast of Trumpets, Sukkot (Feast of Tabernacles), there is even a libation ceremony like was done in Yeshua’s day in the Temple, once again possibly indicating that if.The Ashanti people transitioned from a tributary state to a hierarchal kingdom in the s while in Kumasi became the capital of the kingdom.

Legend recalls the king united the dispersed clans as the chief-priest called down a Golden Stool from the heavens into the lap of King Osei Tutu I.Oct 1, - Explore Charles Antwi's board "Ashanti tribe" on Pinterest.

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