5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- The "Demographic Transition" is often associated with what change in society?
- What was the relationship between Islam and the indigenous religions of Africa?
- Which group did NOT migrate to the coastal region of East Africa?
- The Sahel refers to the
- What was the impact of the Portuguese arrival on the trading patterns of the east African coast?
- a Industrialization
- b Islam accommodated pagan practice and belief in the early stages of conversion, because rulership and authority was still based on the ability to intercede with local spirits.
- c Berbers from North Africa
- d Despite great effort to shift the focus of trade into their hands, the Portuguese were never able to control trade on the northern Swahili coast.
- e grassland belt at the southern edge of the Sahara that served as a point of exchange between the forests of the south and north Africa.
5 Multiple choice questions
- 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.
- North Africa
- Griots mastered the oral traditions of the Malinke and by knowing the past were considered excellent advisors of kings.
- the Islamic emphasis on equality in the eyes of God
5 True/False questions
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What state represents the development of Bantu concepts of kingship and state building? → Great Zimbabwe
The study of population is referred to as → grassland belt at the southern edge of the Sahara that served as a point of exchange between the forests of the south and north Africa.
What was the common cultural trait of the urbanized trading ports of the east African coast? → Bantu-based and Arabic-influenced Swahili language
What were some major differences between African civilizations and other post classical societies? → Despite great effort to shift the focus of trade into their hands, the Portuguese were never able to control trade on the northern Swahili coast.