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AP World [African Civilizations]
Where are Egypt and Carthage located?
True or False?... Tribal cultures are ver…
Who is Ibn Battuta?
How does Islam spread into Africa vs.…
Along the Mediterannean
False... Every tribal culture is different.
- Arab Muslim traveler... - Travels all over Islamic world... - Doe…
- Islam spreads into more parts... - Christianity stays near Med…
Where are Egypt and Carthage located?
Along the Mediterannean
True or False?... Tribal cultures are ver…
False... Every tribal culture is different.
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AP World African Territories
Belgian Congo
Sierra Leone
Gold Coast
Nigeria
Belgium
Great Britain
Great Britain
Great Britain
Belgian Congo
Belgium
Sierra Leone
Great Britain
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african map ap world
spanish morocco
morocco
tunisia
libya
spanish
french
french
italian
spanish morocco
spanish
morocco
french
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AP World African Kingdoms
Yoruba
Benin
Central Africa
Kongo
Many small city states, vast royal court, highly urbanized, p…
Large city state with little/no European influence, prized art
Rule based off of territorial control aht rituals that reinfo…
Firm agricultural base, converted to Christianity
Yoruba
Many small city states, vast royal court, highly urbanized, p…
Benin
Large city state with little/no European influence, prized art
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AP World- African cultures
Jared Diamond- 2 advantages
North/ South movement in
East/ West movement in
African Civilizations
1.) Domesticated animals... 2.) East/ west trade and travel
Africa and Americas
Han, Rome, and India
Axum, Meroe, Niger River Valley, and Bantu
Jared Diamond- 2 advantages
1.) Domesticated animals... 2.) East/ west trade and travel
North/ South movement in
Africa and Americas
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AP world: African civilizations
1. deserts... 2. savannas... 3. rainforests
Desertification
Sahara
Sahel
What are the three main geography characteristics Africa had?
The spreading of desert lands/desert like conditions
The ____ desert continues to grow, which reduces the amount o…
_____ region is strongly affected by desertification
1. deserts... 2. savannas... 3. rainforests
What are the three main geography characteristics Africa had?
Desertification
The spreading of desert lands/desert like conditions
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AP World (African Physical Features)
Congo River
Niger River
Sahara Desert
Great Rift Valley
Curved river in the center of Africa
African river to the far left of the continent
Large desert covering the top part of Africa
Valley to the far right of Africa that goes through Ethiopia
Congo River
Curved river in the center of Africa
Niger River
African river to the far left of the continent
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Africa and Africans AP WORLD
Where was slavery traditional
islamic view of slavery
factories
Success for portuegese in africa comes…
West africa and central africa... african rulers used it as a pu…
slavery of non muslims is fine but considered illegal to ensl…
trading fortresses with resident merchants and secure docking…
ability to tap into preexisting trade routes to which they ca…
Where was slavery traditional
West africa and central africa... african rulers used it as a pu…
islamic view of slavery
slavery of non muslims is fine but considered illegal to ensl…
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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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AP World History: Ch. 9 African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam
Stateless Society (Segmentary)
Chief
Bantu
Kingdom of Kongo
African societies organized around kinship. A group of villag…
The head of the most prominent family who represented settlem…
300-600 ethnic groups in Africa who speak Bantu languages. Th…
Near modern day Angola, this emerged as the most highly centr…
Stateless Society (Segmentary)
African societies organized around kinship. A group of villag…
Chief
The head of the most prominent family who represented settlem…
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Ap World- Expansion of African Trade
Bantu
spread of language
Diets and Population
bananas and yams
between modern day nigeria and cameroon
a result of migration in Bantu people was
Bantu's healthy crops increased two things. What were they?
Popular crops in bantu were
Bantu
between modern day nigeria and cameroon
spread of language
a result of migration in Bantu people was
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AP World History: Ch. 9 African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam
Stateless Society (Segmentary)
Chief
Bantu
Kingdom of Kongo
African societies organized around kinship. A group of villag…
The head of the most prominent family who represented settlem…
300-600 ethnic groups in Africa who speak Bantu languages. Th…
Near modern day Angola, this emerged as the most highly centr…
Stateless Society (Segmentary)
African societies organized around kinship. A group of villag…
Chief
The head of the most prominent family who represented settlem…
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ap world african societies test
griots
bantu
lineage groups
matrilineal
passed down oral traditions
a family of closely related african languages
claimed descent from a common ancestor, elders had a lot of p…
descent traced through mother
griots
passed down oral traditions
bantu
a family of closely related african languages
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Ap Chapter 25 African and the Atlantic World
Bantu People
African People
Ghana
Mali
Organized themselves into villages and clans governed by kins…
had ethnic group or tribe ... no concept of private property ... sl…
first kingdom ... controlled taxing gin trans-Sahara in GOLD
replaced Ghana- Mansa Musa ... continued controlling tax
Bantu People
Organized themselves into villages and clans governed by kins…
African People
had ethnic group or tribe ... no concept of private property ... sl…
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Ch.8 AP World History (African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam)
Oba
Great Zimbabwe
Maghrib
Bantu
title for the king of Benin
City, now in ruins (in the modern African country of Zimbabwe…
The Arabic word for western North Africa, the part of North A…
a member of any of a large number of linguistically related p…
Oba
title for the king of Benin
Great Zimbabwe
City, now in ruins (in the modern African country of Zimbabwe…
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AP World Early Modern: African Slave Trade
Factories
El Mina
Nzinga Mvemba
Luanda
European trading forts/posts and compounds with resident merc…
Most important of early Portuguese trading factory in Africa
King of Kongo from 1507 to 1543; converted to Christianity an…
Portuguese factory established in 1520s south of Kongo; becam…
Factories
European trading forts/posts and compounds with resident merc…
El Mina
Most important of early Portuguese trading factory in Africa
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AP World History Study Guide- African Civilizations
Political
Economic
Religious
Social
Varied geography (coastal, savanna, desert, rainforest actin…
Africa's biggest contribution to global trade has been raw m…
Different forms of animism (worshipped forces of nature w/ r…
Bantu migrations = basic similarities in language/culture/fa…
Political
Varied geography (coastal, savanna, desert, rainforest actin…
Economic
Africa's biggest contribution to global trade has been raw m…
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Bennett Pre AP World African Civilizations
Sahara
Sahel
Savanna
Animism
the largest desert in the north
Southern edge of the Sahara composed of sand
grassy plains
a religion in which spirits play an important role in regulat…
Sahara
the largest desert in the north
Sahel
Southern edge of the Sahara composed of sand
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ap world african slave trade terms
factories
el mina
nzinga mvemba
luanda
trading stations with resident merchants established by the p…
important potuguese factory on coast of modern ghana
ruler of the kongo kingdom; converted to christianity; his ef…
portuguese settlement that became the cover fro the angola co…
factories
trading stations with resident merchants established by the p…
el mina
important potuguese factory on coast of modern ghana
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AP World 31.5 African Liberation Movements
Convention People's Party (CPP)
Jomo Kenyatta
Kenya African Union (KAU)
Land and Freedom Army
Political party established by Kwame Nkrumah in opposition to…
Leader of the nonviolent nationalist party in Kenya; organize…
Leading nationalist party in Kenya; adopted nonviolent approa…
Radical organization for independence in Kenya; frustrated by…
Convention People's Party (CPP)
Political party established by Kwame Nkrumah in opposition to…
Jomo Kenyatta
Leader of the nonviolent nationalist party in Kenya; organize…
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AP World Unit 3 - Expansion of African Trade
malaria
bananas
Congo River
Ibn Battuta
infectious and parasitic disease brought by the Bantu-speakin…
one of the Bantu-speaking peoples' most important crops; also…
...
a scholar from Morocco on the northwest coast of Africa, who…
malaria
infectious and parasitic disease brought by the Bantu-speakin…
bananas
one of the Bantu-speaking peoples' most important crops; also…
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AP World- Study Guide for African Geography Quiz
Sahara
Sahel (region)
Desertification
Savanna
its the largest desert in Africa; located in the north; and i…
the southern borderlands of the Sahara
when land that is relatively fertile becomes increasingling d…
grassy plains; that include mountains, highlands, and swampy…
Sahara
its the largest desert in Africa; located in the north; and i…
Sahel (region)
the southern borderlands of the Sahara
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Controlling African Territories (1750 - 1900//AP World)
Belgian
British
French
Portuguese
Congo
Egypt, Nigeria, Sudan, South Africa, East Africa(Kenya)
Algeria, Morocco, Madagascar
Angola, Mozambique
Belgian
Congo
British
Egypt, Nigeria, Sudan, South Africa, East Africa(Kenya)
64 terms
Ch.8 AP World History (African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam)
Oba
Great Zimbabwe
Maghrib
Bantu
title for the king of Benin
City, now in ruins (in the modern African country of Zimbabwe…
The Arabic word for western North Africa, the part of North A…
a member of any of a large number of linguistically related p…
Oba
title for the king of Benin
Great Zimbabwe
City, now in ruins (in the modern African country of Zimbabwe…
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AP World History Chapter 3- Early African Societies
Egypt
Nubia
Nile
Menes
A country of northeast Africa and the Sinai Peninsula on the…
A civilization to the south of Egypt in the Nile Valley, note…
This River had annual floods and when waters receded left a v…
An Egyptian leader that united both upper and lower Egypt int…
Egypt
A country of northeast Africa and the Sinai Peninsula on the…
Nubia
A civilization to the south of Egypt in the Nile Valley, note…
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AP World - (8) African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam
Sahara
Sahel
Transhumant
Nok
The world's largest desert (3,500,000 square miles) in northe…
The extensive grassland belt at the southern edge of the Saha…
A form of pastoralism common to the Mediterranean basin and t…
Culture featuring highly developed art style flourishing betw…
Sahara
The world's largest desert (3,500,000 square miles) in northe…
Sahel
The extensive grassland belt at the southern edge of the Saha…
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AP World History | Chapter 9 | African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam
stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almohadis
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa.
The Arabic word for western north Africa.
A reformist movement among the Islamic Berbers of northern Af…
stateless societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Ifriqiya
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa.
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Ap world unit 2: African and American civilizations
The vast majority of the worlds people…
What is a factor contributing to the c…
How did the absence of most animals ca…
How did the environmental features of…
Eurasia
A long term drought
No pastoral societies developed
Persistent warm temperatures accelerated the decomposition of…
The vast majority of the worlds people…
Eurasia
What is a factor contributing to the c…
A long term drought
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Ch.8 AP World History (African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam)
Oba
Great Zimbabwe
Maghrib
Bantu
title for the king of Benin
City, now in ruins (in the modern African country of Zimbabwe…
The Arabic word for western North Africa, the part of North A…
a member of any of a large number of linguistically related p…
Oba
title for the king of Benin
Great Zimbabwe
City, now in ruins (in the modern African country of Zimbabwe…
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AP World History: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations
Egyptian Ebalmers
Mummification
Egypt
Nubia
-individuals who preserved the bodies of deceased people thro…
-ruling elites, wealthy individuals, and sometimes commoners…
-emerged alongside Nubia... -favorable geographical conditions a…
-emerged alongside Egypt... -less prosperous in agricultural eco…
Egyptian Ebalmers
-individuals who preserved the bodies of deceased people thro…
Mummification
-ruling elites, wealthy individuals, and sometimes commoners…
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AP World History Chapter 8: African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam
Stateless Societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
Almohadis
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
The Arabic term for Eastern North Africa
Arabic term for western North Africa.
A reformist movement among the Islamic Berbers of northern Af…
Stateless Societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Ifriqiya
The Arabic term for Eastern North Africa
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Ch.8 AP World History (African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam)
Stateless Societies
Ghana
Ghana
Mali
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
First known kingdom in sub-Saharan West Africa between the si…
First known kingdom in sub-Saharan West Africa between the si…
Empire created by indigenous Muslims in western Sudan of West…
Stateless Societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Ghana
First known kingdom in sub-Saharan West Africa between the si…
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AP World History- Unit 3 Expansion of African Trade
Malaria
Bananas
Congo River
Ibn Battuta
Disease spread from Bantu migration
Food from Indonesian trade that became important to the Bantus
Important river in West Africa
Scholar from Morocco that knew a lot about Islamic law
Malaria
Disease spread from Bantu migration
Bananas
Food from Indonesian trade that became important to the Bantus
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AP World History - Chapter 9: Expansion of African Trade
Malaria
Ibn Battuta
Griots
Swahili city-states
Mid 18th century: from Italian, from mal'aria, contracted for…
A Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He is known for his t…
A member of a class of traveling poets, musicians, and storyt…
The major Swahili city-states were Mogadishu, Barawa, Mombasa…
Malaria
Mid 18th century: from Italian, from mal'aria, contracted for…
Ibn Battuta
A Moroccan Muslim scholar and traveler. He is known for his t…
AP World Chapter 20 Vocab- African & the Atlantic Slave Trade
Nzinga Mvemba
Royal African Company
Triangular Trade
Columbian Exchange
Ruler of the Kongo kingdom (1507-1543); converted to Christia…
Chartered in Britain in the 1660s to establish a monopoly ove…
Complex commercial pattern linking Africa, the Americas, and…
Interaction between Europe and the Americas; millions of Nati…
Nzinga Mvemba
Ruler of the Kongo kingdom (1507-1543); converted to Christia…
Royal African Company
Chartered in Britain in the 1660s to establish a monopoly ove…
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Ch.8 AP World History (African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam)
Great Zimbabwe
Maghrib
Bantu
Bantu Migration
City, now in ruins , whose many stone structures were built b…
The Arabic word for western North Africa, the part of North A…
a member of any of a large number of linguistically related p…
the movement of the Bantu peoples southward throughout Africa…
Great Zimbabwe
City, now in ruins , whose many stone structures were built b…
Maghrib
The Arabic word for western North Africa, the part of North A…
20 terms
AP World History Chapter 9: African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam
stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Maghrib
jihad
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa.
The Arabic word for western north Africa.
A holy war waged to purify, spread, or protect the faith.
stateless societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Ifriqiya
The Arabic term for eastern north Africa.
15 terms
AP World: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations
Ahmosis
Amon-Re
Ancestor Worship
Aten
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
Belief that dead ancestors can influence one's fortunes in li…
Monotheistic god of Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaton (r. 1353-1335…
Ahmosis
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Amon-Re
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
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AP World Chapter 3: Early African Societies and Bantu Migrations
Egypt
Nile River
Egyptian civilization
Old Kingdom
3100-1200 BCE, "gift of the Nile", Nile flows in to Mediterra…
floods each September, turns valley into marsh, crops grow we…
small states ruled by local kings, upper and lower kingdoms,…
2700-2200 BCE, King Menes united upper and lower Egypt, 3rd-6…
Egypt
3100-1200 BCE, "gift of the Nile", Nile flows in to Mediterra…
Nile River
floods each September, turns valley into marsh, crops grow we…
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AP World Cht. 8 Vocabulary - African Civilizations & Islam spread
hajj
stateless societies
Ifriqiya
Almoravids
pilgrimage to Mecca
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Arabic term for eastern north Africa
a purist reforming movement in 11th cen among Islamic Berber…
hajj
pilgrimage to Mecca
stateless societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
15 terms
AP World: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations
Ahmosis
Amon-Re
Ancestor Worship
Aten
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
Belief that dead ancestors can influence one's fortunes in li…
Monotheistic god of Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaton (r. 1353-1335…
Ahmosis
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Amon-Re
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
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AP World Contemporary Era: African, Middle Eastern, Asian Independence
Bangladesh
Indira Gandhi
Corazon Aquino
Jawaharlal Nehru
Founded as an independent nation in 1972; formally East Pakis…
Daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru; installed as a figurehead prime…
First president of the Philippines from 1986-1992; one of the…
One of Gandhi's disciplines; governed India after independenc…
Bangladesh
Founded as an independent nation in 1972; formally East Pakis…
Indira Gandhi
Daughter of Jawaharlal Nehru; installed as a figurehead prime…
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AP World History Chapter 8: African Civilizations and the Spread of Islam
Stateless societies
Almohadis
Juula
Sundiata
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
A reformist movement among the Islamic Berbers of northern Af…
Malinke merchants; formed small partnerships to carry out tra…
The "Lion Prince"; a member of the Keita clan; created a unif…
Stateless societies
African societies organized around kinship or other forms of…
Almohadis
A reformist movement among the Islamic Berbers of northern Af…
40 terms
AP World History: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations
Egyptian Ebalmers
Mummification
Egypt
Nubia
-individuals who preserved the bodies of deceased people thro…
-ruling elites, wealthy individuals, and sometimes commoners…
-emerged alongside Nubia... -favorable geographical conditions a…
-emerged alongside Egypt... -less prosperous in agricultural eco…
Egyptian Ebalmers
-individuals who preserved the bodies of deceased people thro…
Mummification
-ruling elites, wealthy individuals, and sometimes commoners…
40 terms
AP World History: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations
Egyptian Ebalmers
Mummification
Egypt
Nubia
-individuals who preserved the bodies of deceased people thro…
-ruling elites, wealthy individuals, and sometimes commoners…
-emerged alongside Nubia... -favorable geographical conditions a…
-emerged alongside Egypt... -less prosperous in agricultural eco…
Egyptian Ebalmers
-individuals who preserved the bodies of deceased people thro…
Mummification
-ruling elites, wealthy individuals, and sometimes commoners…
15 terms
AP World: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations
Ahmosis
Amon-Re
Ancestor Worship
Aten
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
Belief that dead ancestors can influence one's fortunes in li…
Monotheistic god of Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaton (r. 1353-1335…
Ahmosis
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Amon-Re
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
15 terms
AP World: Chapter 3 Early African Societies and the Bantu Migrations
Ahmosis
Amon-Re
Ancestor Worship
Aten
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
Belief that dead ancestors can influence one's fortunes in li…
Monotheistic god of Egyptian pharaoh Akhenaton (r. 1353-1335…
Ahmosis
Egyptian pharaoh (c. 1500 B.C.E.), founder of the New Kingdom.
Amon-Re
Egyptian god, combination of the sun god Re and the air god A…
65 terms
AP World History Ch. 8- African Civilizations & The Spread of Islam
What was the significance of hajj of M…
Why was Mali an important kingdom?
As Islam entered Sub-Saharan Africa, w…
What were some of the effects of the s…
It was the pilgrimage to Mecca
Access to gold and control of the caravan roads, became an ex…
Provided with new influences and contacts without writing Afr…
Linked Muslim Africa even more closely to outside world throu…
What was the significance of hajj of M…
It was the pilgrimage to Mecca
Why was Mali an important kingdom?
Access to gold and control of the caravan roads, became an ex…
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AP World History Final-Europe and her African Colonies
In order to settle disputes during the…
What type of colonial is colony exclus…
What type of colonial rule is sphere o…
What type of colonial rule is protecto…
Berlin
a region ruled directly by another nation
a region in which another country claimed trade rights
a self-governing nation with its policies guided by another
In order to settle disputes during the…
Berlin
What type of colonial is colony exclus…
a region ruled directly by another nation
65 terms
AP World History Ch. 8- African Civilizations & The Spread of Islam
What was the significance of hajj of M…
Why was Mali an important kingdom?
As Islam entered Sub-Saharan Africa, w…
What were some of the effects of the s…
It was the pilgrimage to Mecca
Access to gold and control of the caravan roads, became an ex…
Provided with new influences and contacts without writing Afr…
Linked Muslim Africa even more closely to outside world throu…
What was the significance of hajj of M…
It was the pilgrimage to Mecca
Why was Mali an important kingdom?
Access to gold and control of the caravan roads, became an ex…
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