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Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
Kingdom of Kush [295 BCE – 320 CE] Nubia [modern-day Sudan]
Pyramids of Kush at Meroë
Kushite in Egypt, 23 BCE
Kingdom of Axum [ ]
Stele, Ezanas Royal Tomb, Aksum (4c)
Christian Church, Lalibela [Ethiopia]
Coptic Christian Priest
AXUMS ACHIEVEMENTS Controlled NE African Trade Written Language Spread Christianity in No. & E. Africa Terrace Farming Built Stelae
Berbers GOLD SALT Gold-Salt Trade
Gold Money, Ghana/Ivory Coast Ghana Empire [4c-11c]
Mali Empire [13c-15c] GOLD SALT
Timbuktu Rooftop, Mosque
Marketplace near the Niger River
Mosque in Gao
Great Mosque at Djenne, Mali
Distant Mosque at Djenne, Mali
Sundiata [ ] Lion Prince
Mansa Musa [r ]
Songhai Empire [15c-16c] GOLD SALT
Sunni Ali [r ]
Askia Mohammed [r ]
Askia Mohammeds Tomb [ ] Gao, Mali
Benin Empire [15c-19c]
Bronze Heads from Benin (16c)
Benin Bronze Leopard
Bantu Migrations: 1000 BCE To 500 CE
African Trade Routes
Swahili-Speaking Areas of E. Africa SWAHILI [the coast] = Bantu + some Arabic
Arab Dow off the coast of Zanzibar
Great Zimbabwe [ ] Zimbabwe = stone enclosure
Great Zimbabwe Street
Great Enclosure, Zimbabwe
Manamotopa Empire [ ]
Overland & Sea Trade Routes by 16c
African Trade [15c-17c]
The Crusades (1095 CE CE ). Battles of the Crusades 1)Crusades 2)200 years 3)Council of Clermont 4)Jerusalem…massacred 5)Crusader States 6)Saladin.
World History Early African Civilizations Africa/geography 2 nd largest continent Mountains along Mediterranean Sea, just south lies the Sahara= Earth’s.
African Kingdoms GHANA (p ) Where? Foundation of the Empire Religious and Cultural Changes Influence of Islamic Beliefs Ghana Under Attack SONGHAI.
Splash Screen Section 1-7 (pages 223–225) The Land of Africa and The Climate of Africa Africa is the second largest continent. (Asia is the largest.)
Trading states in Africa Chapter 11. Early civilizations of Africa Section 1.
GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA DESERTS MOUNTAINS RAIN FORESTS Africa’s geography is very diverse, containing mountain ranges, scorching deserts, rain forests, river.
Chapter 19: States and Societies of Sub- Saharan Africa By Jonny Friedman.
Spread of Islam to Africa and Asia. What is Dar al-Islam? The collective regions of Islam – Islam-dom (cf. Christendom) What do Mansa Musas Haj & Ibn.
Empire of Mali Sundiata, Mansa Musa, Timbuktu. Sundiata & Mansa Musa Sundiata: of Mande ppl. Founder of Mali Empire- - Griots have been telling the Epic.
Section 1: The Rise of African Civilizations CHAPTER 13: MEDIEVAL AFRICA.
Africa. Sub-Saharan Africa: south of Sahara desert Sub-Saharan Africa: south of Sahara desert –Rainforests –Mtns. –Savannas (grasslands)
Resources of Africa Africa is a land of great beauty and resources. Some of the resources that come from Africa are; rubber, gold, wheat, copper and cotton.
Warmup About the Delhi Sultanate: Who started it? What religion were they? How did that religion affect India? What did they succeed in doing?
By Margaret Myaskovskaya, Paula Reyes, Rebecca Wodzinski, Anam Choudhary, Signe Swanson, and Mariam Ali THE GOLDEN ROUTE.
Ethnic Groups of Africa. Religions, Customs, and Traditions Africa is made up of 54 different countries and many ethnic groups. A group s customs and.
Villegas Middle School Fall 2007 Mr. Clutter. Mali Ghana Nubia Songhay Africa was the home of four great civilizations; Nubia, Ghana, Mali and Songhay.
Cultural Characteristics of Africa. Religions, Customs, and Traditions Africa is made up of 54 different countries and many ethnic groups. Africa is made.
CHANGE AND CONTINUITY FROM 8000 BCE- PRESENT. Political -Mostly lived in clan based villages ruled over by head chiefs - Bantu speaking people move.
A people without the knowledge of their past history, origin and culture is like a tree without roots. - Marcus Garvey.
Societies of West Africa Peoples of West African Kingdoms developed trade and artistic achievements, it was from this region many Africans were brought.
Chapter 3 Regional Civilizations Section 1 The World of Islam.
Lance Yeager, Jon Minton, JT Miller, Ben Scott, Ryan Staats.
The World Before Modern Times Ch 1 Prehistory to 1500CE 1.1 Ancient Civilizations.
Mansa Musa Chapter #6 Lesson #2 Made By: Brian, Natalie, and Leila MANSAMANSA MUSAMUSA.
Holt McDougal, The World before the Opening of the Atlantic Chapter 1.
Section 1-5 Click the mouse button or press the Space Bar to display the information. Expanding Horizons Marco Polos book, Travels, written in 1295, described.
600 – 1450 Major Developments Spread of Major Religions Rise of New World Religion - Islam Rise of Dar al-Islam Caliphates (Umayyad, Abbasid, Mamluk)
Review of Trading Systems AP World History. Trading Systems 500 BCE to 500 CE.
Chapter 2 Section 4 The Civilization of Kush. Nubia South of the Egyptians, in present- day Sudan, another civilization arose. This area was called Nubia.
World History Advanced Placement Review Time Period Two C.E. Kevin Sacerdote Mandarin High School Jacksonville, FL
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