This powerful empire led by Shaka fought against Dutch settlers at engagements such as Blood River and was known for its usage of the iklwa and assegai as weapons.
 Zulu forces fighting in close quarters annihilated a British column of about 1,800 led by Lord Chelmsford invading the Zululand in this opening engagement of the Anglo-Zulu Wars.
ANSWER: Battle of Isandlwana
 This Zulu king reigned during the Anglo-Zulu Wars, and was overthrown by the British following their victory at Ulundi. Following his overthrowal the Zulu empire was broken up.
ANSWER: Cetshwayo kaMpande
13. At its end, the Abbess concludes that love is the bridge between the land of the living and the land of the dead. For 10 points each:
 Identify this novel in which Brother Juniper sets out to discover why the Marquesa, Pepita, Esteban, Uncle Pio and Jaime die in the collapse of the central structure.