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Ancient History African Civilizations weeks 7-12
Zodiac Calendar
Heiroglyphs
Step Pyramid of Saqqara
Pyramids of Giza
Using this helped the Egyptians record the year as 365 days a…
Incised or painted pictorial symbols that were interpreted as…
The first of Egypt's monumental stone buildings and the oldes…
Built on the Banks of the Nile River near Cairo. These 3 are…
Zodiac Calendar
Using this helped the Egyptians record the year as 365 days a…
Heiroglyphs
Incised or painted pictorial symbols that were interpreted as…
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World History - Chapter 7 - Early African Civilizations
Swahili
Ghana
Mali
Songhai
Language of the Swahili people
A nation on West Africa's Gulf of Guinea
The Republic of Mali (Landlocked country in West Africa)
One of the largest Empires in African history
Swahili
Language of the Swahili people
Ghana
A nation on West Africa's Gulf of Guinea
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World History: Ch. 7 Early African Civilizations
Asia
Africa
Sahara desert (in the North)... Grassland…
Mild 10%... Desert 40%... Rainforest 10%... Sav…
The largest continent in the world.
The 2nd largest continent in the world.
The five major geographical zones in Africa
Four major climate zones in Africa
Asia
The largest continent in the world.
Africa
The 2nd largest continent in the world.
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World History: Ch. 7 Early African Civilizations
Asia
Africa
Sahara desert (in the North)... Grassland…
Mild 10%... Desert 40%... Rainforest 10%... Sav…
The largest continent in the world.
The 2nd largest continent in the world.
The five major geographical zones in Africa
Four major climate zones in Africa
Asia
The largest continent in the world.
Africa
The 2nd largest continent in the world.
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"World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations"
How did the Muslim trade routes to Ind…
Why did the trading state of Axum beco…
What products did Axum export to India…
What important product of trade did Ax…
They used the seasonal wind patterns (monsoons) that blow NE…
It was allocated on the Red Sea between India and the Mediter…
Ivory, frankincense, myrrh, and slaves
Ivory
How did the Muslim trade routes to Ind…
They used the seasonal wind patterns (monsoons) that blow NE…
Why did the trading state of Axum beco…
It was allocated on the Red Sea between India and the Mediter…
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Chapter 7 World History- Early African Civilizations
Sahara
Sahel
Savannas
Great Rift Valley
largest desert on earth; located in North West Africa; stretc…
a vast semiarid region of North Africa, south of the Sahara,…
broad grasslands dotted with small tress and shrubs- North an…
largest system of rift valleys in the world; located in easte…
Sahara
largest desert on earth; located in North West Africa; stretc…
Sahel
a vast semiarid region of North Africa, south of the Sahara,…
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History Chapter 7 -- Early African Civilizations
Sahara
Sahel
Savannas
Great Rift Valley
the largest desert on Earth
the arid area in the southern Sahara that stretches across si…
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs
where mountains loom over deep canyons
Sahara
the largest desert on Earth
Sahel
the arid area in the southern Sahara that stretches across si…
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World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations
How did the Muslim trade routes to Ind…
Why did the trading state of Axum beco…
What products did Axum export to India…
What important product of trade did Ax…
They used the seasonal wind patterns (monsoons) that blow NE…
It was allocated on the Red Sea between India and the Mediter…
Ivory, frankincense, myrrh, and slaves
Ivory
How did the Muslim trade routes to Ind…
They used the seasonal wind patterns (monsoons) that blow NE…
Why did the trading state of Axum beco…
It was allocated on the Red Sea between India and the Mediter…
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World History Chapter 7 Early African Civilizations
Most of the peoples in the southern ha…
__________ was one of the most magnifi…
__________ imported scholars and books…
__________ gave rise to the first civi…
stateless societies.
Kilwa
Mansa Musa
The mastery of farming
Most of the peoples in the southern ha…
stateless societies.
__________ was one of the most magnifi…
Kilwa
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"World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations"
How did the Muslim trade routes to Ind…
Why did the trading state of Axum beco…
What products did Axum export to India…
What important product of trade did Ax…
They used the seasonal wind patterns (monsoons) that blow NE…
It was allocated on the Red Sea between India and the Mediter…
Ivory, frankincense, myrrh, and slaves
Ivory
How did the Muslim trade routes to Ind…
They used the seasonal wind patterns (monsoons) that blow NE…
Why did the trading state of Axum beco…
It was allocated on the Red Sea between India and the Mediter…
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Ch.7 African Civilization
plateau
savanna
subsistence farming
stateless society
relatively high, flat land area
broad grassland dotted with small trees and shrubs
practice of growing just enough crops for personal use, not f…
group of independent villages organized into clan and led by…
plateau
relatively high, flat land area
savanna
broad grassland dotted with small trees and shrubs
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history: ancient african civilizations
the 4 ancient african civiizations
when and as what did egyptians settle as
when did villages along nile unit and…
the egyptians were ancient leaders in…
Egypt, Kush, Carthage and Axum(aksum)
7,000 years ago. They settled as hunters and farmers
in 3,000 BC and they were called the pharaohs
trade, conquest, and knowledge
the 4 ancient african civiizations
Egypt, Kush, Carthage and Axum(aksum)
when and as what did egyptians settle as
7,000 years ago. They settled as hunters and farmers
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Ch 7 African civilizations
What is the definition of sinkholes?
What is the definition of a hogan?
What are two places the Maya got water?
What do you think was the greatest ach…
A depression or hollow where soil has collapsed☠
A square, wooden home🏚
Sinkholes and swamps🌊
Developing the calendar. Because without it we wouldn't know…
What is the definition of sinkholes?
A depression or hollow where soil has collapsed☠
What is the definition of a hogan?
A square, wooden home🏚
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HISTORY TEST!! african civilizations
sahara
ghana
upper niger river valley
iron, ivory, gold
which desert alone is almost as large as the usa
what was the first trading state in west africa
where was ghana located
what were ghana's resources
sahara
which desert alone is almost as large as the usa
ghana
what was the first trading state in west africa
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Global History African Civilizations
West African Empires in chronological…
Ghana origins
Ghana ethnicity
Meaning of "Ghana"
Ghana, Mali, Songhai
Sahel (region south of Sahara desert
Soninke
War Chief
West African Empires in chronological…
Ghana, Mali, Songhai
Ghana origins
Sahel (region south of Sahara desert
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History west African civilizations
Ghana
Ghana become empire
Ghana lost power
Kingdom mali
700s ad
800 ad
1076 ad
1235
Ghana
700s ad
Ghana become empire
800 ad
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AP History - African Civilizations
African societies organized around kin…
Arabic for eastern north Africa
Arabic for western north Africa
puritanical reformist movement of Isla…
stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almoravids
African societies organized around kin…
stateless societies
Arabic for eastern north Africa
Ifriqiya
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history-African Civilizations
...
plateau
sahara
bantu
An area of grassland with scattered trees and bushes
A broad, flat area of land higher than the surrounding land
A huge desert stretching across most of North Africa
major African language group
...
An area of grassland with scattered trees and bushes
plateau
A broad, flat area of land higher than the surrounding land
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History African CIvilizations
Sahara
savannas
vegetation zone
Bantu speaking peoples
large desert in northern Africa
flat grasslands in the tropics or subtropics with few, scatte…
region that, because of its soil and climate, has distinctive…
West african peoples who shared a language and gradually migr…
Sahara
large desert in northern Africa
savannas
flat grasslands in the tropics or subtropics with few, scatte…
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World History (African Civilizations)
Ghana
Mali
Timbuktu
Songhai
800-1100; king controlls gold/salt trade; islam is introduced
1200-1500; took control of trans-Saharan trade routes; Mansa…
Capital of Mali; center for trade and learning; forbidden to…
1450-1600; conquered Mali empire
Ghana
800-1100; king controlls gold/salt trade; islam is introduced
Mali
1200-1500; took control of trans-Saharan trade routes; Mansa…
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History- African Civilizations
Oldest known city in sub-Saharan Africa
language of Aksum
group with common ancestors
storyteller
Djenne Djeno
Geez
clan
griot
Oldest known city in sub-Saharan Africa
Djenne Djeno
language of Aksum
Geez
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HISTORY african civilizations study
Ghana
Mali
Sonhai
What was the main factor for the decli…
-it was the first trading state to arise in West Africa, ... -fi…
-it was the greatest West African empire, ... -only the upper cl…
-the people of Songhai were mostly Muslims, ... -Gao became the…
political/military - civil wars and invasions
Ghana
-it was the first trading state to arise in West Africa, ... -fi…
Mali
-it was the greatest West African empire, ... -only the upper cl…
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Introduction to the history of African Civilizations
David Hume
George Hegel
Egypt (in terms of writing)
Kush (in terms of writing)
"Blacks are naturally inferior to whites"
wrote Africa is not a historical content
Heiroglyphics
Meroitic script
David Hume
"Blacks are naturally inferior to whites"
George Hegel
wrote Africa is not a historical content
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history: african civilizations
What are the major geographic patterns…
How did Africa's climate and geography…
Savanna
Bantu
Along equator-rain forest... north and south of equator-savanna…
No one wanted to lived in the growing desert so they moved to…
grasslands... Mostly populated region in africa
migrating African peoples who spread language and agricultura…
What are the major geographic patterns…
Along equator-rain forest... north and south of equator-savanna…
How did Africa's climate and geography…
No one wanted to lived in the growing desert so they moved to…
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AWL #7 Early African Civilization
distinct
diverse
gradually
involve
to be unique
to be varied, unalike, distinct or different
occurring in small stages or slowly but steadily
to include
distinct
to be unique
diverse
to be varied, unalike, distinct or different
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Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations
Plateau
Savanna
subsistence Farming
Swahili
Relatively high, flat land areas.
Broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
Growing crops for personal use, not for sale.
An African-Arabian culture.
Plateau
Relatively high, flat land areas.
Savanna
Broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
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World History: Early African Civilizations
In West Africa, what do the different…
Which two factors contributed most to…
Which list of regions is in order from…
Why did farming in Africa improved aro…
They are warm.
work and family
rain forest, savannah, Sahel, Sahara
People learned how to make iron tools.
In West Africa, what do the different…
They are warm.
Which two factors contributed most to…
work and family
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Glencoe World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations
plateau
savanna
Sahara
Great Rift Valley
a relatively high, flat area.
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
the largest desert on Earth located in North Africa.
a region of deep canyons in eastern Africa.
plateau
a relatively high, flat area.
savanna
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
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Glencoe World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations
plateau
savanna
Sahara
Great Rift Valley
a relatively high, flat area.
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
the largest desert on Earth located in North Africa.
a region of deep canyons in eastern Africa.
plateau
a relatively high, flat area.
savanna
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
Glencoe World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations
plateau
savanna
Sahara
Great Rift Valley
a relatively high, flat area.
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
the largest desert on Earth located in North Africa.
a region of deep canyons in eastern Africa.
plateau
a relatively high, flat area.
savanna
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
Glencoe World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations
plateau
savanna
Sahara
Great Rift Valley
a relatively high, flat area.
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
the largest desert on Earth located in North Africa.
a region of deep canyons in eastern Africa.
plateau
a relatively high, flat area.
savanna
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
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Muslim Civilization & Early African History
Muhammad
Allah
Abu Bakr
Ali
the prophet and leader of the Muslim community
the god of Muslims
Muhammad's father
Muhammad's son
Muhammad
the prophet and leader of the Muslim community
Allah
the god of Muslims
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Glencoe World History Chapter 7: Early African Civilizations
plateau
savanna
Sahara
Great Rift Valley
a relatively high, flat area.
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
the largest desert on Earth located in North Africa.
a region of deep canyons in eastern Africa.
plateau
a relatively high, flat area.
savanna
broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs.
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US History - African American/ Civil Rights - Unit 7
Booker T. Washington
NAACP
The Great Migration
George Wallace
Prominent black American, born into slavery, who believed tha…
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
The migration of thousands of African-Americans from the Sout…
*1919-1998. Four time governor of Alabama. Most famous for hi…
Booker T. Washington
Prominent black American, born into slavery, who believed tha…
NAACP
National Association for the Advancement of Colored People
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African History - Ancient Egypt: The First African Civilization
Civilization
Rise And Significance Of Agriculture
Meaning Of Mesopotamia
Reason For Growing As An Urban Society
The total lifestyle and culture of a people.
Between 3500 - 3000 B.C. Sumer grew in Mesopotamia (modern Ir…
Between the two rivers. (Tigris + Euphrates).
Due to new method of farming: irrigation agriculture in the T…
Civilization
The total lifestyle and culture of a people.
Rise And Significance Of Agriculture
Between 3500 - 3000 B.C. Sumer grew in Mesopotamia (modern Ir…
History Civil rights African Americans
Lincoln 1865
Roosevelt 1901
Roosevelt 1934
Eisenhower 1953
Emancipation Proclamation - 1863- good
supportive of progressive movement but did not address black…
new deal... executive order to desegregate federal employment an…
passive- little rock and the use of federal troops - good/bad
Lincoln 1865
Emancipation Proclamation - 1863- good
Roosevelt 1901
supportive of progressive movement but did not address black…
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Ch.8 history african civilizations
name the 2 largest deserts
describe the rain forests
describe the savanna
where did first humans appear
sahara north dunes and flat wasteland... kalahari- south ... (sahel…
natures green house dense canopy prevents sunlight from hitti…
herds of animals giraffes wildbeasts antelopes supports grain…
the great rift valley
name the 2 largest deserts
sahara north dunes and flat wasteland... kalahari- south ... (sahel…
describe the rain forests
natures green house dense canopy prevents sunlight from hitti…
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Ch. 7 - Early African Civilizations (WH)
griot
savannas
animism
Sahara
Traditional African storyteller
Large grasslands, few trees
A belief that all things have spirits
an example of a desert; the largest desert on Earth
griot
Traditional African storyteller
savannas
Large grasslands, few trees
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History - Chapter 8 - African Civilizations
Sahara
Sahel
Savanna
Animism
the largest desert
the African region along the southern border of the Savanana
a flat, grassy plain
a religion in which spirits play an important part
Sahara
the largest desert
Sahel
the African region along the southern border of the Savanana
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Chapter 7: African History
domesticate
civilization
migrate
ethnic group
to adapt wild plants or animals for human use
a society that has cities, central government, and social cla…
to move from one place and settle in another
a group of people who share the same ancestors, culture, lang…
domesticate
to adapt wild plants or animals for human use
civilization
a society that has cities, central government, and social cla…
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Chapter 7: Flowering of African civilization
savanna
oral traditions
matrilineal
age sets
flat grassland, w/few tress, in tropical/subtropical regions
legends & history of a culture preserved by word of mouth
tracing family descent through the mother & her ancestors
a group of males/females of similar age who learn skills & go…
savanna
flat grassland, w/few tress, in tropical/subtropical regions
oral traditions
legends & history of a culture preserved by word of mouth
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History Chapter 12: African Civilizations
savannas
griots
kinship
animism
flat grasslands with few trees
storytellers in African civilizations
connection among people by blood, marriage or adoption
belief that spirits exist in natural objects
savannas
flat grasslands with few trees
griots
storytellers in African civilizations
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History of African Civilization Exam 1
Sickle Cell Aneimia
Savannah
Sahara Desert
Cerebral Malaria
Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that affec…
Rainfall is sufficient enough to support a mixture of grass a…
Arabic for desert. Currently, very dry. Although there are pl…
A strain that attacks the nervous system. Typically fatal, es…
Sickle Cell Aneimia
Sickle cell disease is an inherited blood disorder that affec…
Savannah
Rainfall is sufficient enough to support a mixture of grass a…
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History - African Civilizations (Unit 3)
rifts
sub-Saharan Africa
Niger River
Inland Delta
long, deep valleys formed by the movement of the Earth's crust
Africa south of the Sahara
civilizations rose around it and it provided many resources
the watery region located in the center of the Niger River
rifts
long, deep valleys formed by the movement of the Earth's crust
sub-Saharan Africa
Africa south of the Sahara
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Chapter 8 (African Civilizations) History
Section 1- Diverse Societies in Africa
Waterfalls and rapids
Sahara(north) and Kalahari(south) dese…
Mediterranean coastal areas
Section 1
-made navigation difficult (inland-coast[vice versa])... -limits…
-Sahara stretches from the Atlantic Ocean to the Red Sea.... -Sa…
-hot and humid... -leaves and branches form a dense canopy... -lots…
Section 1- Diverse Societies in Africa
Section 1
Waterfalls and rapids
-made navigation difficult (inland-coast[vice versa])... -limits…
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Ch. 7 - Early African Civilizations (WH)
griot
savannas
animism
Sahara
Traditional African storyteller
Large grasslands, few trees
A belief that all things have spirits
an example of a desert; the largest desert on Earth
griot
Traditional African storyteller
savannas
Large grasslands, few trees
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World History: Early African Civilizations
Section 1> Africa is a ___ with divers…
___ & the gold-salt trade helped the d…
Trade ___ helped rulers in Ghana creat…
Plateau
continent
ironworking
wealth
large, mostly flat area that rises above the surrounding land
Section 1> Africa is a ___ with divers…
continent
___ & the gold-salt trade helped the d…
ironworking
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Civil Rights & African American History
Malcolm X
Garvey
Dubois
Washington
Wanted black supremacy, thought blacks were better than white…
Thought African-Americans should return to Africa. Not as pop…
Blacks should establish/define themselves on their own terms,…
Believed we should hope right now for more education and then…
Malcolm X
Wanted black supremacy, thought blacks were better than white…
Garvey
Thought African-Americans should return to Africa. Not as pop…
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African-American History and Civil Rights
We now salute Henry O. Flipper, seen h…
He was CNN's first African-American ne…
Rita Dove was the first African-Americ…
The 1957 Civil Rights Act set up a Civ…
West Point
Bernard Shaw
Poet Laureate of the United States
Justice Department
We now salute Henry O. Flipper, seen h…
West Point
He was CNN's first African-American ne…
Bernard Shaw
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African Civilizations ( Ap world History)
Spread of Bantu
Bantu migration
Animistic religion
Veneration of ancestors was a
provided a common language foundation
led to spread of iron technology & agricultural techniques
the belief that a spirit exists in everything
link to spirit world
Spread of Bantu
provided a common language foundation
Bantu migration
led to spread of iron technology & agricultural techniques
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