The Anlo Ewe are a sub-group of the Ewe people of approximately 6 million people. Anlo-Ewe By Stephanie Che and Olivia Kelly Daily Life Food Shelter Their main source of food is maize and yams.

Their main dish is Fu-Fu, which is pounded plantains with cassava. The Anlo Ewe are a sub-group of the Ewe people of approximately 6 million people, inhabiting southern Togo, southern Benin, southwest Nigeria, and south-eastern parts of the Volta Region of Ghana. Gu or Egu, the warrior and hunter god of iron, is central among all Ewe … Meanwhile, a majority of Ewe are located in the entire southern half of Togo and southwest Benin. The Anlo Ewe are a sub-group of the Ewe people of approximately 6 million people, inhabiting southern Togo, southern Benin, southwest Nigeria, and south-eastern parts of the Volta Region of Ghana; meanwhile, a majority of Ewe are located in the entire southern half of Togo and southwest Benin.They are a patrilineal society governed by a hierarchal, centralized authority. The Anlo-Ewe tribe are located in the southeastern corner of the republic of Ghana. They have their own unique way of life and this piece captures the things one ought to know about the Ewe people, their language, family life, naming culture and other facts.

Newborn Anlo Ewe boys are circumcised on the seventh day after their birth and also named on this day. The Normans founded the duchy of Normandy and sent out expeditions of conquest and colonization to southern Italy and Sicily and to England, Wales, Scotland, and According to history the Anlo- Ewe people settled at their present home around the late part of the 15th century 1474, right after a dramatic escape from the Notsie, which was an ancestral federated region currently withinthe borders of the modern state of Togo. Norman, member of those Vikings, or Norsemen, who settled in northern France (or the Frankish kingdom), together with their descendants. They inhabit southern Togo, southern Benin, southwest Nigeria, and south-eastern parts of the Volta Region of Ghana. Among Anlo Ewe, Nyigbla, the deity of the Sacred Forest is very important, as well as the entire pantheon of Yehve spirits, including Heviesso, god of thunder and lightning, and Avle, a goddess who sometimes impersonates men. The Ewe people decided to leave Sudan, and going southeastwards went into „‟Abyssinia‟‟, the present day Ethiopia. Ewe people represent an incredibly complex subset of Ghana's culture. However, the slave raids continued here and some members were captured and sold and were sent to as far away as India to serve in the courts of their kings and queens. Meanwhile, a majority of Ewe are located […] The Anlo-Ewe people are a subgroup of the Ewe people who live in southern Togo, southern Benin, southwest Nigeria, and south-eastern parts of the Volta Region of Ghana. Subdivisions of the Ewe include the Anglo (Anlo), Bey (Be), and Gen on the coast, and the Peki, Ho, Kpando, Tori, and Ave in the interior. The Anlo Ewe are a sub-group of the Ewe people of approximately 6 million people, inhabiting southern Togo, southern Benin, southwest Nigeria, and south-eastern parts of the Volta Region of Ghana; meanwhile, a majority of Ewe are located in the entire southern half of Togo and southwest Benin.They are a patrilineal society governed by a hierarchal, centralized authority. Most Anlo-Ewe live in one story, hut filled with connected rooms Their usually eaten as stew or soup. Background of the Anlo Ewe Anlo Ewe is a sub-group of the Ewe people, Avenor Ewe. However, for the purposes of the larger claim of Ewes from Notsie over the other two, Anlo oral traditions pertaining to the origins of their kingship, as recorded by Mamattah (1976), for example, assert that Togbe Sri I, a son of Agorkoli I, took the original stool …