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Mansa Musa By Juan, Daniel, and Forest
King A Muslim king Helpful to his cities Demands were very impressive and helpful Was a king for years
Learning and Religion in Mali Sent many scholors to Mali, to build Mosques Strong in Eductaion Made his pilgrimage in 1423 Wanted his people to become Mulsims, but he wouldnt for them to
Learning and Religion In Mali In return his people started the pilgrimage He was thankful, Islam was a popular religion
Trip Made his pilgrimage in 1423 Brought about 100 camels = 300 pounds per camel.60,000 men Even 10 years later, gold was no longer valuable.
Accomplishments Brought in lots of scholars into there schools( Mosques.) Had strong thoughts about people learning( writing, reading, ect.) Brought many values (gold) Built many mosques
Afterwards Gold was no longer valuable Brought many teachings Gave everyone a chance to over come Built many mosques in his cities Trading was controlled by him
Mansa Musa. Rules Questions that are priced from $100-$300 will be about the category name. Questions that are priced from $400-$500 will be questions.
Africa Mini Lesson By Brian Dockter, Scott French, and Lucas Doucette.
Mansa Musa 7.17 Explain the importance of Mansa Musa and locate is pilgrimage to Mecca in 1324.
EMPIRE OF MALI Chapter 6, Section 2. Sundiata Makes Mali an Empire Located along the Niger River, people there could control river trade. Sundiata - Mali’s.
Question 1 The empire of Mali is located in which area of Africa? A. West B. North C. East D. South.
MALI. The first ruler was Sundiata. He built an army and conquered Mali’s independence from a harsh ruler. He conquered neighbors and Ghana in the 1230s.
The Empire of Mali.
WEST AFRICAN KINGDOMS MALI A.D. *WEALTH BUILT ON: GOLD TRADE *ISLAM spread.
Empire of Mali. Africa Geography – Not very mountainous. Mostly plateaus and deserts. Although Mt. Kilimanjaro can have snow all year round. Tropical.
Ch. 3, Sec. 2 Notes – Africa’s Religion & Government.
Africa’s Religion Chapter 3-2.
6.4.1 Compare the major contributions of the African civilizations of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai, including the impact of Islam on the cultures of these.
6.2 Mansa Musa By: Abby Annicchiarico, Cheyenne Utic, Claire Henderson, and Jennifer Crump Abby Annicchiarico, Cheyenne Utic, Claire Henderson, and Jennifer.
Ancient African Kingdoms Ancient Mali Story of Mansa Musa 1230 A.D.
Niger River What does it provide? –Water, food, transportation The four regions we just talked about all surround the Niger The Niger’s middle section.
TOPIC: Chapter 3, Section 2
Mali & Songhay. based on a 14 th century Catalan map showing Mansa Musa, king of Timbuktu, holding a gold nugget which he is offering.
Chapter 13 Section 2 Pages Questions 1-4
1. Take out your homework for a stamp. II. You may work on your cover page or packet while I stamp your homework.
-Malis most famous ruler, -The Empire reached its height in the 1300’s -left on journey to Mecca in 1324.
Trading Kingdoms of West Africa
Caravans Around 750 AD, under the influence of Islamic peoples, northern and western Africans began to use the camel to transport goods across this forbidding.
Mansa Musa Chapter #6 Lesson #2
Section 2: Kingdoms of West Africa Many empires arose in West Africa and they controlled important trade routes across the Sahara Merchants paid taxes.
November 5, 2012 Monday Week 12 What empires grew wealthy from the gold and salt trade? Ghana and Mali grew wealthy from the gold and salt trade.
Empire of Mali Holt Page Standard 7.4.3,
TIMBUKTU Center of trade, learning & religion. Do Now: Verbally describe Timbuktu.
The Empires of Mali and Songhai
Ch. 11 Sect. 2Kingdoms of West Africa
The Influence of Islam on Africa Islam affected many different aspects of African culture. Here are 6 aspects that were affected by Islam.
Ch. 1, Sec. 3 Trading Kingdoms of West Africa Ghana –Started around AD 300 by Soninke families banding together for protection –Location was good, but.
Mansa musa. Born in 1280ce Was ruler from ce Died in 1337ce.
West African Kingdoms. Kingdom of Ghana s Kingdom of Mali s Kingdom of Songhai ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
WEST AFRICA Chapter The Empire of Mali The Big Idea The wealthy and powerful Mali Empire ruled West Africa after the fall of Ghana.
West African Empires Ghana, Mali, Songhai.
Spread of Arabic Language in West Africa. Review of “Order of Events” Muhammad Establishing Islam’s Beliefs Spread of Islam EVENT # 1EVENT #2EVENT # 3.
MANSA MUSA & THE KINGDOM OF MALI. The Kingdom of Mali In the upper Niger river, there was a nation called the Mandinka. They had suffered defeat in.
E. Napp The West African Kingdom of Mali In this lesson, students will be able to define the following terms: Trans-Saharan Trade Mansa Musa Pilgrimage.
West African Trading Kingdoms
Choose a category. You will be given the answer. You must give the correct question. Click to begin.
Chapter 10, Section 3 Maddy Klement. The expansion of trade across the Sahara led to the development of great empires and other states in West Africa.
The Three Empires of West Africa
Economics in Africa Africa has: Gold Africa wants:
Three Sudanic States Ghana Mali Songhai
Mali When Where Leaders Religion Trade Decline What famous trading city flourished in Mali?
Kingdoms, City-States, and Empires
Lesson 3: The Empires of Mali and Songhai (pp ) THINKING FOCUS What events led to the great trade empires of Mali and Songhai? KEY TERM griot.
Aim: Describe how Mansa Musa advanced Mali
Mali: A Later Empire. Page 22 Review 1. Sossos I- enemies of the people of Mali 2. Koumbi Saleh D- destruction of the Sosso Empire was complete with its.
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