Elusive Traces: Baobabs and the African Diaspora in South Asia

@article{Rangan2015ElusiveTB,
  title={Elusive Traces: Baobabs and the African Diaspora in South Asia},
  author={H. Rangan and K. Bell},
  journal={Environment and History},
  year={2015},
  volume={21},
  pages={103-133}
}
The history of botanical exchanges between Africa and the Indian subcontinent reaches back in time over 5000 years. Recent advances in archaeobotany have revealed these connections through evidence of food crops of African origin found at various archaeological sites in the subcontinent. However, little is known about the people that brought the crops to these places and other parts of the Indian Ocean world. This is also the case with other plants from Africa such as the charismatic baobab… Expand

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