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5 Matching questions

  1. Sudanic states of Mali and Songhay
  2. Agriculture in Mali?
  3. Which of the following statements concerning Great Zimbabwe is NOT correct?
  4. Which of the following statements concerning political and religious universality in Africa is most accurate?
  5. Between 800 and 1500 as the frequency and intensity of contact with the outside world increased, which of the following had the most significant impact on sub-Saharan Africa?
  1. a Neither universal states nor universal religion characterized Africa, but both Christianity and Islam did find adherents in Africa.
  2. b terribrial cores of some ethnicity, power extended
  3. c Great Zimbabwe was constructed by Arab Muslims who were trading with the Bantu residents of the region
  4. d Difficulties of soil, dought, no technology, farmers could barely provide food
  5. e The arrival of Islam

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. Sub-Saharan Africa
  2. a moral code based on one supreme god
  3. international trade flourished in the urbanized ports of east Africa, including commerce with India and China
  4. Berbers from North Africa
  5. rulers that extended the boundries of the empires, so that by the mid-16th century, Songhai dominated central Sudan

5 True/False questions

  1. what was the geographical location of the empire of Mali?between Niger and Senegal rivers

          

  2. Political and religious universatility in AfricaAfrica never totally isolated from Mediterranean

          

  3. How did contact with the Muslim world affect the African slave trade?Mali

          

  4. What was the common cultural trait of the urbanized trading ports of the east African coast?Bantu-based and Arabic-influenced Swahili language

          

  5. which of the following statements concerning the economics of Africa is NOT correct?Great Zimbabwe was constructed by Arab Muslims who were trading with the Bantu residents of the region

          

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