5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Sahara and Kalahari
- A Christian prisoner of war
- Djenne Djeno
- 6000 B.C.
- a A kingdom that arose near the Niger river delta in the 1300s and became a major West African state in the 1400s.
- b The oldest known city in Africa South of the Sahara, it was discovered in 1977, with artifacts dating back from 250 B.C.
- c Who taught Ezana?
- d When did agricultural life begin in Africa?
- e What are the two largest deserts in Africa?
5 Multiple choice questions
- Which two tribes are still hunters and gatherers?
- Aksum's chief trading port, in what is now Massawa
- A West African Empire that conquered Mali and controlled trade from the 1400s to 1591.
- A West African storyteller.
- A mix of the original Bantu language and Arabic.
5 True/False questions
Mutota → A man who left Great Zimbabwe looking for salt.
Bantu-speaking peoples → What did the Songhai empire lack?
Migration → A West African storyteller.
632-750 → When did Aksum fall?
Stateless societies → Cultural groups in which authority is shared by lineages of equal power instead of being exercised by a central government.