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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]
Bantu Migrations and the Empires of Africa The Earth and Its Peoples p p
Pre-Historic Africa Kingdom of Kush [295 BCE – 320 CE] Nubia [modern-day Sudan]
Homo habilis Homo erectus Homo sapiens. Migrated from one place to the other.
Pre-Historic Africa Berbers GOLD SALT Gold-Salt Trade.
Chapter 8. Geography of Africa Kingdom of Axum [ ]
African Kingdoms WHI.10d. African Kingdoms What were the characteristics of civilizations in sub-Saharan Africa during the medieval period?
Africa’s Rich History Series of Rich Kingdoms in Sub- Sahara Africa Cradle of Humanity Long list of African Accomplishments & Contributions to human history.
Ancient Africa. Geography of Africa Divided up by natural barriers North-Sahara Desert Central-Rain Forest South-Desert East-mountains and rift valleys.
RELIGION FOUNDED BY MOHAMMED. PLACE OF MUSLIM WORSHIP.
KINGDOMS OF AFRICA Dr. Afxendiou AP World History 9 Sachem North High School.
AFRICA. Nile Valley Civilization Earliest Civilization in Africa 7,000 years ago Fertile Soil Lots of wildlife.
African Empires. Zimbabwe Location: South/Southeastern Africa Started: 1000 A.D. – 1450 A.D. Cities: ◦Great Zimbabwe ◦Sofala.
Early African Civilizations 2000 BCE – 1500 CE. Geography of Africa 2 nd largest continent Almost completely surrounded by water –Mountainous north –Sahara.
African Kingdoms. A varied landscape Africa’s landscape and climate presents challenges Too little water Too much water Non-navigable rivers
The two major African civilizations of Sub-Saharan Africa are: 1. Ghana 2. Kush (located on upper – southern Nile)
Mali Ghana Nubia Songhay Africa was the home of four great civilizations; Nubia, Ghana, Mali and Songhay. Enter Enter each of the circles. Start with Nubia,
Jeopardy World History Chapter 7. Select a Category TermsPeopleCivilizationsMisc. 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 1 point 2 points.
The Kingdoms of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai. Main Ideas: To compare and contrast the cultures of the kingdoms and empires in Africa before the 1600s. To.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
African Civilizations. i k uu uu Ghana ~3 rd Century CE, become wealthy off taxing the trade of gold for salt Islam adopted ~ 10 th Century.
Bellringer Plateaus Savannas Workbook: Ch. 7 Sec. 1 Pgs
Began around 3150 BCE; political unification of Nile Valley cultures; developed over 3000 years Divided into a series of golden ages, Kingdoms, separated.
3.1 Class Notes: The Rise of African Civilizations.
Chapter 15 Pgs Pre-Historic Africa In early Africa: Hunter-Gather societies Small groups: ppl Earliest Africans: “Efe”– Forest Dwellers.
Ancient Africa 1500 B.C. – 1500 A.D.. Georgia State Standards SSWH6: The Student will describe the diverse characteristics of early African societies.
Warm Up With the last incident in Connecticut in your opinion what should school districts do to ensure the safety of the students and staff? Remember.
Copyright ©2011, ©2007, ©2004 by Pearson Education, Inc. All rights reserved. World Civilizations: The Global Experience, AP* Sixth Edition Stearns Adas.
Early Civilizations in Africa. ©2004 Wadsworth, a division of Thomson Learning, Inc. Thomson Learning ™ is a trademark used herein under license. The.
Copyright © 2014 W. W. Norton & Company WORLDS TOGETHER, WORLDS APART, FOURTH EDITION.
Africa. Geographic Regions North Africa Along the coast Mild and rainy South Desert (Sahara) Sub-Saharan Africa (South of Sahara) Sahel = central.
Africa and the Arrival of Islam Mr. Fenlon AP World History NHSS.
Axum/Aksum (~100AD-~900) Major trading empire in Ethiopian Highlands, touches Nile River King Ezana converted empire to Christianity (Lost control of.
Africa During the Post classical Period African Kingdom Similarities and Differences Common Elements in African Societies Common Elements in African.
Review on Africa Jeopardy Review Game. $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 $2 $5 $10 $20 $1 Geography West African Kingdoms.
African Civilizations. I. Early Societies Many early African societies based on small social units, the family Stateless societies – organized around.
Early Civilizations of Africa. Geography of Africa Bands of tropical rain forest, savanna, and desert Interior plateau creates waterfalls and rapids.
CHAPTER 13 African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam World Civilizations: The Global Experience Fifth Edition Stearns/Adas/Schwartz/Gilbert Copyright.
Important Geographical Features of Africa Sahara Desert Kalahari Desert African rainforest Atlantic Ocean Indian Ocean Mediterranean Sea Red Sea Nile River.
The Rise of African Civilizations Chapter 3 Section 1 Pages
Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.
African Kingdoms. Essential Understanding States and empires flourished in Africa during the medieval period, including: West Africa: Ghana, Mali, Songhai.
AN EXCHANGE OF GOODS AND CULTURE. GHAHA EMPIRE In West Africa the kingdom of Ghana had some of the richest gold mines in Africa.
East and West. Trade in East Africa mixture of cultures Kingdom of Axum In modern-day Ethiopia Monsoon winds Axum trading ships crossed Indian Ocean From.
Pre Class In the space provided on your notes paper, answer the following questions: Why might powerful kingdoms emerge in West Africa? How did trade affect.
Geography and Early Civilizations Large size – more than 3 times the size of the U.S. Four climate zones Deserts – 40% The Sahara is the largest.
Sub Saharan Africa. Anthropologists believe humanity first arose in East Africa Early culture mostly influenced by Egyptian civilization and the Mediterranean.
Ch 13 sec 1-2. Mali Replace Ghana Griots-Story tellers Warrior King Sundiata Keita Conquers Ghana Rules from Atlantic to Timbktu Control gold mines Decline.
Ancient Africa 1500 B.C. – 1500 A.D.. African Geography Desert Sahara dominates northern Africa Kalahari largest desert in southern Africa Savanna Best.
Africa and the Spread of Islam. Stateless Societies – while some African societies were organized in the traditional hierarchy of officials – but others.
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