Gede (also known as Gedi) is a village on the Indian Ocean coast of Kenya, lying south of Malindi and north of Watamu. The Ruins of Gedi are located there. Although not thought to be mentioned in historic sources, extensive ruins of a former port have been dated to the thirteenth century or earlier, including a tomb with a date corresponding to 1399, until at least the seventeenth century. Later, the port was abandoned and not rediscovered until the 1920s.
- African Archaeological Review, Volume 15, Number 3, September 1998 , pp. 199-218(20)
- Gedi Ruins - More information from the Magical Kenya Website
- Remains of Swahili village, Gedi still a mystery on YouTube
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