medievalpoc: Albert Eckhout Don Miguel De Castro, Ambassador from Kongo to Dutch Brazil Dutch (colonized) Brazil (c. oil on wood This portrait of D. Miguel shows the titular man clothed in impeccable contemporaneous Dutch fashion. Whether or not man
King Nzinga Mvemba of the Kongo accepted Christianity and, with Portuguese assistance, sought to introduce European influences to his state. The ravages of the slave trade were a major reason for the limited success of the policies.
Queen Nzinga Mbande, was a warrior queen of the Nzinga and Matamba and one of the greatest female African rulers who fought valiantly to keep her country's citizens from becoming victims of the Muslim slave trade.
Home [bundu-dia-kongo.org] bundu-dia-kongo.org/index.html Welcome to the Bundu Dia Kongo Website. Here you will be able to learn more about our Mission, our history, about our heritage of Katiopa (Africa) and the Diaspora ... . Kongo Dia Ntotela bundu-dia-kongo.org/history/kongo-dia-ntotela.html Kongo Dia Ntotela. The ‘Great’ Kongo Kingdom . In 220 B.C. the Prophet Mbemba Zulu received the Prophecy from Ne Muanda Kongo to leave the head of Katiopa and ... . Kingdom of Kongo…