LoziAfricaother subsistence combinations
Formerly known as Luyi, the Lozi were the dominant ethnic group of Barotse kingdom which occupied the region of present-day Barotse Province of western Zambia. The Lozi live in compact villages with a cattle corral or open plaza in the center. Agricultural staples include bulrush millet, cassava, sorghum, and maize. The Lozi kingdom was highly stratified into royalty at the top, related commoners, and ordinary commoners. The institutions of serfdom and slavery were abolished in 1906.
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