Comoros Travel Guide

Comoros Hotels

Comoros Tourist Attractions:
Nouvelle Mosquee de Vendredi
Mwali
Ngazidja
Mahore
Nzwani
Mount Karthala

Comoros Travel Informations and Comoros Travel Guides
Comoros Geography
Comoros Government
Comoros Military
Comoros Foreign Relations
Comoros Economy
Comoros Demographics
Comoros Media & Culture

Comoros History:
Pre-Colonial Iinhabitation
Arab Colonization
European Contact & French Colonization
Comoros Independence


Comoros Vacation Trips

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Comoros History - Pre-Colonial Inhabitation

The first human inhabitants of the Comoro Islands are thought to have been African and Austronesian settlers, travelling by boat. They settled there no later than the sixth century AD, the date of the earliest known archaeological site, found on Nzwani, though some sources speculate that settlement began as early as the first century. The islands of Comoros became populated by a succession of diverse groups from the coast of Africa, the Persian Gulf, The Malay Archipelago, and Madagascar. Swahili settlers first reached the islands as a part of the greater Bantu expansion that took place in Africa throughout the first millennium.

Development of the Comoros is periodized into phases, beginning with Swahili influence and settlement in the Dembeni phase, during which each island maintained a single, central village. From the eleventh to the fifteenth centuries, trade with the island of Madagascar and merchants from the Middle East flourished, smaller villages emerged, and existing towns expanded. The citizens and historians of the Comoros state that early Arab settlements dated even before their known arrival to the archipelago, and Swahili historians frequently trace genealogies back Arab ancestors who had set travel from Yemen and the ancient kingdom of Saba' in Eden. Even though people are unsure if this is true.


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Comoros Travel Informations and Comoros Travel Guides
Pre-Colonial Iinhabitation - Arab Colonization - European Contact & French Colonization
Comoros Independence - Comoros Geography - Comoros Government - Comoros Military - Comoros Foreign Relations
Comoros Economy - Comoros Demographics - Comoros Media & Culture

Comoros Tourism
Nouvelle Mosquee de Vendredi - Mwali - Ngazidja - Mahore - Nzwani - Mount Karthal

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