1870s in Zimbabwe

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Events[edit]

1870[edit]

  • The first of Lobengula's royal towns called Bulawayo, is founded in 1870 (and will be destroyed in 1881).[1]

1871[edit]

  • Europeans start to excavate the late Iron Age's capital city, Great Zimbabwe
  • The border post Mpandamatenga established close to modern Botswana

1872[edit]

1873[edit]

1874[edit]

1875[edit]

1876[edit]

1877[edit]

1878[edit]

1879[edit]

Births[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ranger 2010, pp. 14–17