Encyclopedia of Global Archaeology

2014 Edition
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Togola, Téréba

Reference work entry
DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-0465-2_2351

Basic Biographical Information

Téréba Togola (Figs. 1 and 2), who died November 5, 2005, was a tireless advocate of Malian cultural heritage. An expert in the field, Téréba Togola distinguished himself by his thirst for knowledge and strong sense of sharing. This open spirit strongly influenced the new generation of Malian archaeologists, who still take him as a reference point in their own activities.
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References

  1. Sanogo, K. & T. Togola. 2004.11ème Congrès de lAssociation panafricaine de Préhistoire et disciplines assimilées, Bamako, 7-12 février 2001. Bamako: Institut des Sciences humaines.Google Scholar
  2. Togola, T. 2008.Archaeological investigations of Iron Age sites in the Mema region, Mali (West Africa) (BAR International series 1736, Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology 73). Oxford: Archaeopress.Google Scholar
  3. Togola T. & M. Raimbault. 1991. Les missions d’inventaire dans le Méma, Karéri et Farimaké (1984 et 1985), in M. Raimbault & K. Sanogo (ed.) Recherches archéologiques au Mali: 81-85. Editions Karthala.Google Scholar

Further Reading

  1. Connah, G. 2001.African civilizations: an archaeological perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.Google Scholar
  2. Joy, C. & B. Butler. 2011. The politics of heritage management in Mali: from UNESCO to Djenné. Walnut Creek: Left Coast Press.Google Scholar
  3. Macdonald, K.C. 2006. Dr. Téréba Togola, National Director of Cultural Heritage (Mali) A personal remembrance. African Archaeological Review 23(1): 1-3.Google Scholar
  4. Togola, T. 1997. The Inland Delta and the Manding Mountains, in C.D. Ardouin (ed.) Museums and archaeology in West Africa: 59-67. Washington (DC): The Smithsonian Institution Press in association with the African International Institute.Google Scholar
  5. - 1999a. Archaeology of the soul. Archaeology 52 (3):59.Google Scholar
  6. - 1999b. Iron Age occupation in the Méma region (Mali). African Archaeological Review 13(2): 91-110.Google Scholar
  7. - 2002. The rape of Mali’s only resource, in N. Brodie & K.W. Tubb. (ed.) Illicit antiquities: theft of culture and the extinction of archaeology: 250-256. London: Routledge.Google Scholar
  8. - 2005. Carte Culturelle du Mali, esquisse dun inventaire du Patrimoine culturel national. Bamako: Ministère de la Culture, Impression IMPRIM COLOR.Google Scholar
  9. Togola T, M. Cissé & Y. Fané. 2004. Reconnaissance archéologique à Gao (Mali) et environs. Nyame Akuma 62: 50-61.Google Scholar

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Département d’Histoire et d’Archéologiel’Université des Sciences Sociales et de Gestion de BamakoBamakoMali