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Effects of the Bantu Migration Joanna Tan 4A
Who are the Bantu? Sub-Saharan Africa Bantu language Traveled Subtle
Bantu Migration One of many significant migrations A few reasons for migration Lasting effects
Reasons for Migration Agriculture and domestication Epidemics Famine Population increase External forces
Bantu Migration’s Positive Effects Metallurgy New crops Assimilation into new cultures
Bantu Migration’s Negative Effects Loss of culture Language “transformations” Depopulation
Comparing and Contrasting Migrations Huns Migration Germanic Migration Indo-Aryan Migration Controversial
Comparisons: Huns Migration More fierce Western Migration, then China 4 th Century C.E.
Comparisons: Germanic Migration Displacement Competition with the Huns Split into kingdoms
Indo-Europeans Indo-Ayrans Controversial migration Major impact like Bantus Metallurgy Extinction?
Let’s Review Who are the Bantu? Bantu Migration Other important migrations Controversies Similarities
Citations AryanMigration.pdf AryanMigration.pdf A History of Africa AP World History: Essential Coursebook
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