O mestre cacador mbundu
, chamado kibinda (pluralyibinda), dominava o manejo de diferentes armas para cacar animais de grande porte.
Both books present a wealth of Mbundu fables, songs, and folk sayings.
Ribas' study of Mbundu culture and religion, Ilundo: Divindades e ritos angolanos (1958; "Ilundo: Angolan Divinations and Rites"), appeared after 18 years of research.
"Changing Patterns of Power in the Luanda Hinterland: The Impact of European Trade and Colonization on the Mbundu, c.
"Mudancas nos padroes de poder do 'hinterland' de Luanda: o impacto da colonizacao sobre os Mbundu (c.
Miller, Kings and Kinsmen: Early Mbundu States in Angola (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1976), 302.
The Impact of Trade and Colonisation on the Mbundu ca.
(2) Jill Dias, "Changing Patterns of Power in the Luanda Hinterland: The Impact of Trade and Colonisation on the Mbundu
(17) David Birmingham, Trade and Conflict in Angola: The Mbundu and their Neighbours under the Influence of the Portuguese, 1483-1790 (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1966); David Birmingham and Richard Gray (eds.), Pre-Colonial African Trade: Essays on Trade in Central and Eastern Africa before 1900 (London: Oxford University Press, 1970); Alfredo Margarido, "Les porteurs: forme de domination et agents de changement en Angola (XVIIeme-XIXeme siecles)," in: 2000 ans d'histoire africaine: le sol, la parole et Uecrit: Melanges en hommage a R.
(18) Jill R., Dias, "Changing Patterns of Power in the Luanda Hinterland: The Impact of Trade and Colonization on the Mbundu Area, ca.
Beginning in 1955-56, the principal efforts of Angolan nationalism bifurcated into two streams: the Luanda stream of largely (but not entirely) Mbundu groups and the Leopoldville-Belgian Congo stream of Kongo exiles from northwestern Angola.
(24) Most but by no means all of the drafters and the signatories were Africans of Mbundu descent, at least from the region of Luanda, it not from the city itself, and the leaders were members of small groups such as ELA and MLA, described sometimes collectively as "the Methodists" and "the nurses".