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edition of the Chaμμha Saag±yana (Sixth Council) Tipiμaka. The names of
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inClassical Yoruba-Yoruba Yoruba,105) Classical Zulu- I-Classical Zulu
Royal Palace of Alaketu of Ketu ;The Origin of Humanity
Kétou is a Yoruba town and commune located in the Plateau Department of
the Republic of Benin (previously called ‘Dahomey’). It is said to have
been founded by Ede, son of Sopasan and grandson of Oduduwa (also known
as Odudua, Oòdua and Eleduwa), who ruled the Yoruba kingdom of Ile-Ife
(also known as Ife) in present-day Nigeria. The oba (meaning ‘king’ or
‘ruler’ in the Yoruba language) is
referred to as the Alaketu of Ketou. The commune covers an area of 2183
square kilometres and as of 2002 had a population of 100,499 people.
Kétou is medium sized town in Benin. It is the seat of a very old Yoruba
kingdom and therefore has a particularly strong cultural heritage.
Ketou is very much off the beaten-track, making for an interesting
visit. The Royal Palace, which is located at the far end of town in the
direction of Bohicon. The current king speaks French and is very open to
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Tipiṭaka ( Three Baskets )
The Tripitaka is the oldest collection of Buddhist scriptures and
includes many texts believed to be the words of the historical Buddha.