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The [[Sharado Culture]] (named after Sharado, a village in Dakare) was a [[wikipedia:Bronze Age|Bronze Age]] culture in ancient Dakare located around the northern coast of the nation from 3200 BCE until 1000 BCE. It was the last semi-mythical culture of Dakari history before reliable written records had been established.  
 
The [[Sharado Culture]] (named after Sharado, a village in Dakare) was a [[wikipedia:Bronze Age|Bronze Age]] culture in ancient Dakare located around the northern coast of the nation from 3200 BCE until 1000 BCE. It was the last semi-mythical culture of Dakari history before reliable written records had been established.  
  
The Sharado culture relied on fishing and rice cultivation to sustain their civilization. They had been skilled in bronze casting as well as the manufacture of many forms of river vessels that were used to traverse the inner regions of the area. Sharado culture had been in contact with cultures to the east such as the [[AYORI ANCIENT CULTURE]].
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The Sharado culture relied on fishing and rice cultivation to sustain their civilization. They had been skilled in bronze casting as well as the manufacture of many forms of river vessels that were used to traverse the inner regions of the area. Sharado culture had been in contact with cultures to the east such as the [[Ijobati Culture]].
  
 
The sharado culture has been seen as the [[Dakari people|proto-Dakari]] before the start of the established states of [[Osogo]] and [[Oester]].
 
The sharado culture has been seen as the [[Dakari people|proto-Dakari]] before the start of the established states of [[Osogo]] and [[Oester]].

Latest revision as of 22:41, 22 March 2020

The Sharado Culture (named after Sharado, a village in Dakare) was a Bronze Age culture in ancient Dakare located around the northern coast of the nation from 3200 BCE until 1000 BCE. It was the last semi-mythical culture of Dakari history before reliable written records had been established.

The Sharado culture relied on fishing and rice cultivation to sustain their civilization. They had been skilled in bronze casting as well as the manufacture of many forms of river vessels that were used to traverse the inner regions of the area. Sharado culture had been in contact with cultures to the east such as the Ijobati Culture.

The sharado culture has been seen as the proto-Dakari before the start of the established states of Osogo and Oester.

Identity

Sharado people have been classified as a mix of central kaffa and western kaffa peoples. The language spoken in the region was probably similar to the languages spoken under the Osogo dynasties as spoken word history had seemed to been conveyed until writing systems were established. Sharado culture had also been the closest Kaffa group to interact with ancient mesogean people as preserved relics identified from ancient southern Burawa had been found in structures attributed to Sharado culture.