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Appendix 1: The Kings Of Danxomε

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This appendix presents a list of names, symbols, motto and history of kings of Danxome. Some of the kings of Danxome are Dako, Huégbaja, Akábá and Agajá. Huégbaja who is the son of Gangnihessou, and considered to have been the real founder of the dynasty and the creator of a strong political culture. Agajá who is the son of Huégbaja and Nan Adonon, led the biggest expansion in the history of the kingdom, particularly the conquest of both Xwedá and Aladà.

Keywords: Agajá; Akábá; Dako; Danxomε; Huégbaja



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