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Sub-Saharan Africa: History
agricultural revolution
first language
caravans
lingua franca
time period where humans began to grow crops instead of gathe…
the language people learn as children
groups of merchants traveling together for safety
common language between multiple groups of people
agricultural revolution
time period where humans began to grow crops instead of gathe…
first language
the language people learn as children
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Sub-Saharan African History
Agricultural Revolution
First Language
Caravans
Lingua Franca
A period in which humans began to grow crops instead of gathe…
The language learned by the children of a people
A group of merchants traveling together for safety
The common language among several groups of people
Agricultural Revolution
A period in which humans began to grow crops instead of gathe…
First Language
The language learned by the children of a people
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Sub-Saharan Africa History
Tropical Contient and the Mirroring Cl…
Home of our Hurricans
migrated southward towards the Sahel
climate change
What are two names of AFrica describing its climate?
West Africa is called this beacuse it is where many hurricans…
Due to Climate change, people who inhabited that is now the S…
What caused peopel who one inhabited the Sahara desert to mig…
Tropical Contient and the Mirroring Cl…
What are two names of AFrica describing its climate?
Home of our Hurricans
West Africa is called this beacuse it is where many hurricans…
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History of Sub-Saharan Africa
agricultural revolution
lingua franca
trans-Saharan
alluvial
Growing crops instead of gathering them
Common language
Across the Sahara
Gold deposited by a river
agricultural revolution
Growing crops instead of gathering them
lingua franca
Common language
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History of Sub-Saharan Africa: Vocabulary
agricultural revolution
lingua franca
Swahili
trans-Saharan
a period in human history in which humans began growing crops…
a common language between multiple groups of people.
an African language that is derived from the Bantu languages.
across the Sahara Desert
agricultural revolution
a period in human history in which humans began growing crops…
lingua franca
a common language between multiple groups of people.
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History Vocabulary (Sub-Saharan Africa)
Savanna
Sahel
Delta
Matrilineal
A strip of grassland
"Shore of the desert," savanna, or strip of grassland, south…
Triangular shaped landform made by mud and silt
Tracing of succession through females
Savanna
A strip of grassland
Sahel
"Shore of the desert," savanna, or strip of grassland, south…
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Sub-Saharan Africa History Review
true of false... Africa had some bigger c…
what are some examples of Africa's pre…
Who did the African Empires trade with?
Who mapped Africa?
true
Mali, Songhai Empire, Aksum, Zimbabwe
Europe, China, Islamic World (Africa was considered an equal)
the Portuguese in the 1400's
true of false... Africa had some bigger c…
true
what are some examples of Africa's pre…
Mali, Songhai Empire, Aksum, Zimbabwe
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Mr. Forbes World History Sub Saharan Africa
Summary of Africa
Summaries of cultures
Great Rift
Dr. Leaky
Dark--mysterious, unknown, spiritually dark
Mesopotamia--pessimistic... Egypt--optimistic... China--Honorable... I…
4,000 mile long fault line, slices thru eastern part of the c…
claims to prove evolution of man in Africa
Summary of Africa
Dark--mysterious, unknown, spiritually dark
Summaries of cultures
Mesopotamia--pessimistic... Egypt--optimistic... China--Honorable... I…
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History 7 West African Trans-Saharan Trade
Ghana
Trans-Saharan trade
Mali
Mansa Musa
A medieval civilization and empire in West Africa
trade between people north and south of the Sahara
A West African empire ruled by the Mande that became a major…
The first West African ruler to practice Islam devoutly
Ghana
A medieval civilization and empire in West Africa
Trans-Saharan trade
trade between people north and south of the Sahara
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Chapter 13, Section 2 - Sub-Saharan Africa: History
agricultural revolution
first language
lingua franca
official language
(n) the development of agriculture by humans
(n) mother tongue
(n) a language common to two groups with different languages…
(n) the language adopted by a government
agricultural revolution
(n) the development of agriculture by humans
first language
(n) mother tongue
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Sub-Saharan Africa History Quiz Words
Who were the Boers?
What resources were found that caused…
Who could live in the cities under apa…
What set of laws legally seperated bla…
Dutch settlers
gold and diamonds
whites
apartheid
Who were the Boers?
Dutch settlers
What resources were found that caused…
gold and diamonds
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History chapter 3 Sub-Saharan Africa
Consists of 2 or more clans that share…
"One of the finest and most substantia…
A kingdom in Western Africa under the…
Became a leading city of the African k…
Tribe
Kilwa
Mali
Timbuktu
Consists of 2 or more clans that share…
Tribe
"One of the finest and most substantia…
Kilwa
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Chapter 3 History (Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa)
savannah
Sahel
Livestolk
animism
flat grasslands
a narrow strip of land between the Sahara and the savannah
sign of wealth
worshiping of spirits who lived in trees, rocks, rivers, moun…
savannah
flat grasslands
Sahel
a narrow strip of land between the Sahara and the savannah
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Bernards History Final: Sub-Saharan Africa
Iron Smelting
Bantu-speaking peoples
Kingdom of Aksum
Mansa Musa
Used the iron for making farmign tools and weapons for hunting
From southeastern Nigeria. People were skilled farmers and no…
Modern day Ethiopia. Began when Arab traders began mixing goo…
Ruled the Mali empire. Was a devoted Muslim. Built two mosque…
Iron Smelting
Used the iron for making farmign tools and weapons for hunting
Bantu-speaking peoples
From southeastern Nigeria. People were skilled farmers and no…
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Chapter 13, Section 2 - Sub-Saharan Africa: History
agricultural revolution
first language
lingua franca
official language
(n) the development of agriculture by humans
(n) mother tongue
(n) a language common to two groups with different languages…
(n) the language adopted by a government
agricultural revolution
(n) the development of agriculture by humans
first language
(n) mother tongue
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Jesuit World History - Sub-Saharan Africa
Iron smelting
Bantu-Speaking people
Kingdom of Aksum
Mansa Musa
Nok people used iron for farming tools and weapons for hunting
Shared cultural trial - farmers, nomadic herders, skilled in…
Earliest kingdoms in sub sarahan Africa, replaced Kushite kin…
Devoted Muslim, built mosques and universities, ruled Mali, w…
Iron smelting
Nok people used iron for farming tools and weapons for hunting
Bantu-Speaking people
Shared cultural trial - farmers, nomadic herders, skilled in…
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Chapter 13: Sub-Saharan Africa Geography & History
African Slave Trade-reasons it started
Agricultural Revolution
Alluvial
Bantu and Europeans-common trait
The motivation for slavery was profit because the owners didn…
Humans began to grow crops instead of gathering plants during…
Gold deposited by a river.
Both groups migrated and destroyed cultures that were previou…
African Slave Trade-reasons it started
The motivation for slavery was profit because the owners didn…
Agricultural Revolution
Humans began to grow crops instead of gathering plants during…
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Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa (Ch.3 History)
Savannah
Sahel
The _____________ was the most importa…
Having a family helped a person with _…
Flat grasslands in Africa
A narrow strip of land between the Sahara and the savannah
Family
Guidance
Savannah
Flat grasslands in Africa
Sahel
A narrow strip of land between the Sahara and the savannah
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LTHS-History -Saharan Africa (4/1)
Transition Zone
Sahel
Animist
sanitation
an area in which the properties of the land undergo a radical…
steppe region extending from Senegal to Somalia that receives…
pertaining to traditional religious beliefs in which nature a…
the disposal of waste products
Transition Zone
an area in which the properties of the land undergo a radical…
Sahel
steppe region extending from Senegal to Somalia that receives…
Chapter 13: Sub-Saharan Africa Geography & History
African Slave Trade-reasons it started
Agricultural Revolution
Alluvial
Bantu and Europeans-common trait
The motivation for slavery was profit because the owners didn…
Humans began to grow crops instead of gathering plants during…
Gold deposited by a river.
Both groups migrated and destroyed cultures that were previou…
African Slave Trade-reasons it started
The motivation for slavery was profit because the owners didn…
Agricultural Revolution
Humans began to grow crops instead of gathering plants during…
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History of Sub-Saharan Africa Midterm Topics
Philosophers, scientists, and historia…
Methods and problems for studying the…
The African environment: soil, climate…
Religious life in pre-colonial African…
Philosophers and Scientists. ... -Johann Blumenbach and his 5 ra…
- Oral traditions: Messages passed down through speech, song,…
-West African climate zones: Diverse climates which stimulate…
5 principal levels:... ​1) Dead ancestors; and the role of ances…
Philosophers, scientists, and historia…
Philosophers and Scientists. ... -Johann Blumenbach and his 5 ra…
Methods and problems for studying the…
- Oral traditions: Messages passed down through speech, song,…
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Ap World History Regions- Sub-Saharan Africa
Angola
Botswana
Lesotho
Malawi
Southern Africa
Southern Africa
Southern Africa
Southern Africa
Angola
Southern Africa
Botswana
Southern Africa
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World History AP- Sub-Saharan Africa
Which crop caused agriculture and popu…
Which metallurgy were the Bantu people…
True or False: Bantu people spread agr…
What is a district?
Bananas
Iron
True
A group of villages
Which crop caused agriculture and popu…
Bananas
Which metallurgy were the Bantu people…
Iron
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History 201 Final: Sub-Saharan Africa
What continent was the first to establ…
What continent was the first to set up…
Africa is the ___________ largest cont…
How many miles does Africa extend?
Africa
Africa
Second
5,000
What continent was the first to establ…
Africa
What continent was the first to set up…
Africa
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History 7: Sub-Saharan Africa, Chapter 5: West Africa
savana
Sahel
delta
matrilineal
a region of grasslands containing scattering trees and vegeta…
a strip of dry grasslands on the southern border of the Sahar…
a triangle shaped landform of mud and silt deposited at a riv…
relating to the system of tracing descent through the females…
savana
a region of grasslands containing scattering trees and vegeta…
Sahel
a strip of dry grasslands on the southern border of the Sahar…
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AP World History Southern and Sub-Saharan Africa
Malwai
Angola
Namibia
Zimbabwe
Lilongwe
Luanda
Windhoek
Harare
Malwai
Lilongwe
Angola
Luanda
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History 7: Sub-Saharan Africa, Chapter 6: Central and Southern Africa
ethnolinguistics
migrate
monsoon
city-state
the study of various people through their languages
to move from one area or country to another and settle there
a wind system that switches direction seasonally and brings d…
an independent state made up of a city and the territory that…
ethnolinguistics
the study of various people through their languages
migrate
to move from one area or country to another and settle there
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History: Sub-Saharan Africa Semester 2 final
Early african civilizations
human history begin in Africa?
early west African civilization
Nok Culture
African civilizations stay more nomadic and tribal
Sahara, Sahel, Savanna, rainforest,
Developed alone the Niger and its tributaries
500 BCE-200 CE, west Africa's earliest known culture, develop…
Early african civilizations
African civilizations stay more nomadic and tribal
human history begin in Africa?
Sahara, Sahel, Savanna, rainforest,
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History 7: Chapter 3 Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa: 1000-1600
Ezana
Kilwa
Mansa
Mogadishu
Ethiopian king who became a Coptic Christian
"One of the finest and most substantially built towns"
the title of the king of Mali; means "ruler"
Modern town on Somalia's eastern coast
Ezana
Ethiopian king who became a Coptic Christian
Kilwa
"One of the finest and most substantially built towns"
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AP World History Ch. 18: States and Societies of Sub-Saharan African
Bananas
Kin-Based Societies
Jenne-jeno
Ife and Benin
A fruit originally domesticated in southeast Asia that encour…
The form of government used in early Bantu societies that did…
Settlement in the middle Niger River region in African that f…
Local kingdoms in sub-Saharan African that were city-states i…
Bananas
A fruit originally domesticated in southeast Asia that encour…
Kin-Based Societies
The form of government used in early Bantu societies that did…
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African American History: West Africa
West Africa
Paleoanthropologist
Hominids
Australopithecus
Huge/Diverse, 2nd largest continent in world, land of black p…
studies prehistoric humans and prehumans
humans that walk upright, first humans 5-10 million years ago
came around 3.4 million years ago, used stones
West Africa
Huge/Diverse, 2nd largest continent in world, land of black p…
Paleoanthropologist
studies prehistoric humans and prehumans
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AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 18-States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
The great epic of Mali is known as
Griots were
The legendary Mali king, Sundiata, bui…
The introduction of a new food crop ab…
the story of Sundiata
singers and storytellers
Niani
bananas
The great epic of Mali is known as
the story of Sundiata
Griots were
singers and storytellers
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Chapter 7, Section 2: History of Sub-Saharan Africa
Arab traders brought this to Sub-Sahar…
Incentive behind the slave trade
What was Pan-Africanism?
Sources of wealth for African empires
Islam
profit for plantation owners
Promoted African independence
trade and taxes
Arab traders brought this to Sub-Sahar…
Islam
Incentive behind the slave trade
profit for plantation owners
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Sub Saharan Africa All Key Terms 7A History SFDS
savanna
The Sahel
delta
matrilineal
a region of grasslands containing scattered trees and vegetat…
a strip of dry grasslands on the southern border of the Sahar…
a triangular shaped land form made by mud and silt, deposited…
system of tracing succession through the females in the famil…
savanna
a region of grasslands containing scattered trees and vegetat…
The Sahel
a strip of dry grasslands on the southern border of the Sahar…
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AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 18-States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
The great epic of Mali is known as
Griots were
The legendary Mali king, Sundiata, bui…
The introduction of a new food crop ab…
the story of Sundiata
singers and storytellers
Niani
bananas
The great epic of Mali is known as
the story of Sundiata
Griots were
singers and storytellers
40 terms
AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 18-States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
The great epic of Mali is known as
Griots were
The legendary Mali king, Sundiata, bui…
The introduction of a new food crop ab…
the story of Sundiata
singers and storytellers
Niani
bananas
The great epic of Mali is known as
the story of Sundiata
Griots were
singers and storytellers
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AP World History Ch. 19 Sub-Saharan Africa
Age grades
Christianity
Diviners
Ghana
Bantu concept in which individuals of roughly the same age ca…
Religion emerging from Middle East in the first century C.E.…
Mediators between humanity and supernatural beings.
Kingdom in West Africa during the fifth through the thirteent…
Age grades
Bantu concept in which individuals of roughly the same age ca…
Christianity
Religion emerging from Middle East in the first century C.E.…
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States of Sub-Saharan Africa - Chapter 18 - AP World History
Bantu migrations
Madagascar
Ife; Benin
cowries
agriculture and herding spreads with __ ___ in Africa.
Malay sailors colonize ____, 300-500 C.E.
Two small kingdoms that formed in Sub-Saharan Africa.
Royal currency in Kingdom of Kongo.
Bantu migrations
agriculture and herding spreads with __ ___ in Africa.
Madagascar
Malay sailors colonize ____, 300-500 C.E.
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history exam 3 (sub-saharan africa and china class notes)
sub-saharan
Nubia
European imperialism
industrial revolution
_____________ Africa:... -cultural heritage shared by intellectu…
_____________ in Africa was occupied by Egyptians
___________________ in Africa:... -spurred by *Industrial Revolu…
Changes in Africa with ________________:... - steam engine (bo…
sub-saharan
_____________ Africa:... -cultural heritage shared by intellectu…
Nubia
_____________ in Africa was occupied by Egyptians
40 terms
AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 18-States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
The great epic of Mali is known as
Griots were
The legendary Mali king, Sundiata, bui…
The introduction of a new food crop ab…
the story of Sundiata
singers and storytellers
Niani
bananas
The great epic of Mali is known as
the story of Sundiata
Griots were
singers and storytellers
33 terms
Art History Test #5 Sub-Saharan Africa & the Americas
Temple of Quetzalcoatl
El Castillo
El Caracol
Raimondi Stele
Mesoamerica, 3rd Century AD
Mesoamerica 800-900 AD
Mesoamerica 800-900AD
South America 800-200 BC
Temple of Quetzalcoatl
Mesoamerica, 3rd Century AD
El Castillo
Mesoamerica 800-900 AD
40 terms
AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 18-States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
The great epic of Mali is known as
Griots were
The legendary Mali king, Sundiata, bui…
The introduction of a new food crop ab…
the story of Sundiata
singers and storytellers
Niani
bananas
The great epic of Mali is known as
the story of Sundiata
Griots were
singers and storytellers
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Ch. 7 Sub-Saharan Africa Section 2: History
agricultural revolution
alluvial
Bantu
Berlin Conference
a period in which humans began to grow crops instead of gathe…
describing the sediment deposited by a river
an African group who moved from west Central Africa south and…
a meeting of European nations in 1884 to settle disputes over…
agricultural revolution
a period in which humans began to grow crops instead of gathe…
alluvial
describing the sediment deposited by a river
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World History Final Terms - South Asia, Sub-Saharan Africa
Aryans
Siddhartha Gautama
Gupta Empire
Asoka
Indo-European group... • Migrated to Indus Valley... • Spread acros…
• Hindu prince who became the Buddha or "enlightened one"... • A…
Greatest period of political stability in classical india
...
Aryans
Indo-European group... • Migrated to Indus Valley... • Spread acros…
Siddhartha Gautama
• Hindu prince who became the Buddha or "enlightened one"... • A…
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HISTORY CH.3 TRANSITION IN SUB-SAHARAN AFRICA QUIZ 2
Kush
Aksum/Adulis
Ethiopia
Menelik
Location/mentioned in the Bible, Moses's wife, different colo…
Important Greek trading cities, Adulis - Port city
New name for Aksum, given by the Greeks
Legend, Son of King Solomon and queen of Sheba, all Ethiopian…
Kush
Location/mentioned in the Bible, Moses's wife, different colo…
Aksum/Adulis
Important Greek trading cities, Adulis - Port city
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History 7: Chapter 3 Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa: 1000-1600
Mansa
Mogadishu
Musa
Ngai
the title of the king of Mali; means "ruler"
Modern town on Somalia's eastern coast
Mali king who brought much gold to Mecca
The Supreme Being of the Kikuyu people
Mansa
the title of the king of Mali; means "ruler"
Mogadishu
Modern town on Somalia's eastern coast
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African Diaspora and Sub-Saharan Africa's and Asia's Responses to European Colonization
African Diaspora
African Diaspora in the Islamic World
Pagan Africans in the Islamic World
Converted Africans
The spread of African culture throughout the world.
Almost completely assimilated.
Treated as barbarians because they were not Muslim.
Treated as regular people. Little racism.
African Diaspora
The spread of African culture throughout the world.
African Diaspora in the Islamic World
Almost completely assimilated.
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AP WORLD HISTORY: Chapter 18-States and Societies of Sub-Saharan Africa
The great epic of Mali is known as
Griots were
The legendary Mali king, Sundiata, bui…
The introduction of a new food crop ab…
the story of Sundiata
singers and storytellers
Niani
bananas
The great epic of Mali is known as
the story of Sundiata
Griots were
singers and storytellers
38 terms
History ~ 6th Grade ~ Chapter 3 Transition in Sub-Saharan Africa
Ezana
Kilwa
Mansa
Mogadishu
Ethiopian king who became a Coptic Christian
"One of the finest and most substantially built towns"
the title of the king of Mali; means "ruler"
Modern town on Somalia's eastern coast
Ezana
Ethiopian king who became a Coptic Christian
Kilwa
"One of the finest and most substantially built towns"
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Sub-Saharan Africa: A study in the diverse formation, oppression, and fortunes of African territory below the Sahara Desert
Gold-Salt Trade
Mansa Musa
Hajj
Mosque
Gold and salt made up trade and wealth in the African kingdom…
Emperor of the kingdom of Mali in Africa. He made a famous pi…
A pilgrimage to Mecca, performed as a duty by Muslims... This i…
A Muslim place of worship... This is important because Islam is…
Gold-Salt Trade
Gold and salt made up trade and wealth in the African kingdom…
Mansa Musa
Emperor of the kingdom of Mali in Africa. He made a famous pi…
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