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JOURNAL ARTICLE
THE IMPACT OF THE CARTHAGINIANS AND THE ROMANS ON THE ADMINISTRATIVE SYSTEM OF THE MAGHREB PART I
J. A. Ilẹvbare
Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria
Vol. 7, No. 2 (June 1974), pp. 187-197 (11 pages)
Published By: Historical Society of Nigeria
https://www.​jstor​.org​/stable/41857007
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The Journal of the Historical Society of Nigeria (JHSN) has published since 1956 articles and book reviews on a variety of issues of interest to Africa and on Africa.
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 The Historical Society of Nigeria was established in 1955 at the University College Ibadan to promote an enduring sense of history and historical consciousness amongst the citizenry. The founding fathers include distinguished Scholars like Kenneth O. Dike and  Abdullahi Smith.  It aims to vigorously promote, support, strengthen and uphold the study of Nigerian History and historical scholarship. It also provides support to individuals, institutions, government and non-governmental organizations that will enhance the study of the country's history.
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