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Title: AgendaDay 126: 32708 Finish Africa Map Early African Kingdom Notes Repeat Essential Question: What w


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AgendaDay 126 3/27/08
Finish Africa Map Early
African Kingdom NotesRepeat Essential Question
What was a main result of the Gold-Salt trade
in northern Africa?Homework-Complete Africa
Map. Ms. Marten is mad dont mess with her ?


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Early African Kingdoms
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NUBIA/KUSH (1000 B.C.- 150 A.D.)
Conquered and was conquered by
Egyptians
Mecca
Nile River
Nubia/ Kush
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NUBIA/KUSH (1000 B.C.-150 A.D.)
Mecca
Built up wide trade network
Nile River
Nubia/ Kush
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NUBIA/KUSH (1000 B.C.-150 A.D.)
Mecca
Nile River
Nubia/ Kush
Produced iron tools and weapons
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NUBIA/KUSH (1000 B.C.-150 A.D.)
Developed system of writing
Mecca
Nile River
Nubia/ Kush
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NUBIA/KUSH (1000 B.C.-150 A.D.)
Adopted Egyptian traditions through cultural
diffusion
Mecca
Nile River
Nubia/ Kush
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Ghana (100-800)
  • Controlled Gold -Salt trade routes across West
    Africa

Mecca
Nile River
Ghana
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GOLD
Mecca
AFRICAN GOLD/ SALT TRADE
SALT
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ISLAM WAS CULTURALLY DIFFUSED WITH THE GOLD
SALT TRADE
GOLD
Mecca
SALT
ISLAM
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Ghana (100-800)
Mecca
  • Viewed king as semi -divine

Nile River
Ghana
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Ghana (100-800)
  • High status held by women

Mecca
Nile River
Ghana
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AgendaDay 127 3/28/08
Finish Early African Kingdom
NotesEarly African Kingdoms WorksheetEssential
Question Who was Mansa Musa and what were
his accomplishments?

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Mecca
AFRICAN GOLD/ SALT TRADE
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GOLD
Mecca
AFRICAN GOLD/ SALT TRADE
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GOLD
Mecca
AFRICAN GOLD/ SALT TRADE
SALT
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ISLAM WAS CULTURALLY DIFFUSED WITH THE GOLD
SALT TRADE
GOLD
Mecca
SALT
ISLAM
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Mali (1200-1450)
  • Expanded influence over Gold Salt trade routes

Mecca
Nile River
Mali
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Mali (1200-1450)
  • Expanded borders to Atlantic Ocean

Mecca
Mecca
Nile River
Mali
Mali
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Mali (1200-1450)
  • Emphasized peace and order

Mecca
Mecca
Nile River
Mali
Mali
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Mali (1200-1450)
  • Mansa Musa became great emperor
  • Golden Age

Mecca
Mecca
Nile River
Mali
Mali
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Mali (1200-1450)
  • He was Muslim and went on a legendary hajj to
    Mecca

Mecca
Mecca
Nile River
Mali
Mali
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Mansa Musas Hajj to Mecca
500 slaves each carrying a staff of gold 80
camels each carrying 300 pounds of gold dust
Hundreds of camels carrying supplies Thousands
of servants and officials completed the
procession
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Mali (1200-1450)
  • Timbuktu center of learning and trade

Mecca
Mali
Timbuktu
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Mali (1200-1450)
  • Declined due to bad leadership

Mecca
Mecca
Nile River
Mali
Mali
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Songhai (1450-1600)
  • Largest West African state

Mecca
Songhai
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Songhai (1450-1600)
  • Controlled key trade routes and wealthy cities

Mecca
Songhai
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Songhai (1450-1600)
  • Held traditional
  • religious beliefs,
  • with later
  • Muslim influences

Mecca
Songhai
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Songhai (1450-1600)
  • Set up efficient
  • government and
  • bureaucracy

Mecca
Songhai
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Songhai (1450-1600)
  • Decline was due
  • to invasion of the
  • Moroccans

Mecca
Songhai
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