5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- What is mwene mutapa
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- what ruler is responsible for the creation of songhay empire?
- Why was Islam so readily adopted by rulers within the Sudan?
- What was the nature of trade with towns east of Africa?
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- b international trade flourished in the urbanized ports of east Africa, including commerce with India and China
- c Sunni Ali
- d title the king took
- e The Muslim concept of a ruler who united civil and religious authority reinforced traditional ideas of kingship
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Invasion by a Moroccan Muslim army equipped with firearms, following by internal revolts
- Islam penetrated very little into the interior among the hunters, pastoralists, and farmers, and even the areas near the trading towns remained relatively unaffected
- disparities between the technologies and ideologies of Europeans and Africans also created differences in the ways in which their societies developed
- Difficulties of soil, dought, no technology, farmers could barely provide food
- a moral code based on one supreme god
5 True/False Questions
How did the expansion of Islam aid in the creation of international trade on the east African coastline? → Islam expanded to India and southeast Asia, providing a religious bond of trust between those regions and the converted rulers of the cities of east Africa.
Which of the following statements concerning Great Zimbabwe is NOT correct? → Great Zimbabwe was constructed by Arab Muslims who were trading with the Bantu residents of the region
In what region was the influence of Islam most profound? → Sub-Saharan Africa
How was the institution of slavery viewed in Muslim society? → In theory, slavery was seen as a stage in the process of conversion of pagans to Islam.
which of the following statements concerning the social organization of the Malike people is most accurate? → Malike society was divided into three groups, clans of freemen, people devoted to religion, and specialist and trade men