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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Dossou Agadja was the third King of Dahomey. He succeeded Houessou Akaba, and ruled from 1708 to 1740. Akaba's only son, Agbo Sassa, was only ten years old when Akaba died, so as Akaba's brother, Agadja took the throne to become the fifth king. He refused to let Agbo Sassa reclaim the throne when he came of age and forced him into exile. Agadja's reign was characterized by continual warfare. The Yor b soldiers of the Oyo Empire defeated the army of Abomey; Agadja parlayed peace terms including the payment of tribute.
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  • Paperback | 68 pages
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  • 6138115546
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