 InNorthern Africa, the _____ dominates the  landscape and geography, creating a naturalbarrier for trade routes and effe...
 The   Sahara Desert
 Thekingdom of Ethiopia became isolated from it’s neighbors largely because ____.
 They   were the lone Christian kingdom          surrounded by Muslims.
 ________  was the greatest ruler of the kingdom of Mali. He was a devout Muslim and based his justice system on the Qura...
 Mansa   Musa
 Manyof the kingdoms of Western Africa were dependent on the trade of two commodities;            _______ and _______.
 Gold   and Salt
 When   a society bases their kinship andinheritance on the mother’s side, it is known as ________. Often times, women en...
 Matrilineal   Society
 Due  to migrations over thousands ofyears, many African peoples speak a variety languages deriving from a single, common...
 Bantu
 Africa’s   largest and most populated region is the                  ______, or grasslands.
 Savannas
 Instructed           to be built by King Lalibela, what was peculiar or unique about some churches                 in Et...
 Builtinto solid rock, underground or into the side of a mountain
 Eastern Africa trade led to the development    of a new, vibrant language and culture known as _____. In time, many Arab...
 Swahili
 Much  of Africa’s history has been passed downthrough _________ over many centuries. In WestAfrica, griots, are professi...
 Oral   tradition
 The    extent of the East African trade network  was said to have reached as far as ______!
 China EastAfricans traded with Europe, the Middle East, India and far as China! Chinese porcelain has been found in pla...
 The _______ kingdom of West Africa was very   powerful. In fact, they had a professional   army chosen by a draft that w...
 Songhai
Kingdoms and trading states of africa review
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Kingdoms and trading states of africa review

  1. 1.  InNorthern Africa, the _____ dominates the landscape and geography, creating a naturalbarrier for trade routes and effects everyday life.
  2. 2.  The Sahara Desert
  3. 3.  Thekingdom of Ethiopia became isolated from it’s neighbors largely because ____.
  4. 4.  They were the lone Christian kingdom surrounded by Muslims.
  5. 5.  ________ was the greatest ruler of the kingdom of Mali. He was a devout Muslim and based his justice system on the Quran.He made the hajj to Mecca and brought back Islamic education and technology..
  6. 6.  Mansa Musa
  7. 7.  Manyof the kingdoms of Western Africa were dependent on the trade of two commodities; _______ and _______.
  8. 8.  Gold and Salt
  9. 9.  When a society bases their kinship andinheritance on the mother’s side, it is known as ________. Often times, women enjoyed higher status and boys and men were to protect and help the women.
  10. 10.  Matrilineal Society
  11. 11.  Due to migrations over thousands ofyears, many African peoples speak a variety languages deriving from a single, common language. That language was known as _____.
  12. 12.  Bantu
  13. 13.  Africa’s largest and most populated region is the ______, or grasslands.
  14. 14.  Savannas
  15. 15.  Instructed to be built by King Lalibela, what was peculiar or unique about some churches in Ethiopia?
  16. 16.  Builtinto solid rock, underground or into the side of a mountain
  17. 17.  Eastern Africa trade led to the development of a new, vibrant language and culture known as _____. In time, many Arabic words were absorbed into the language so they could better communicate with Muslim traders. In fact, the term means “off the coast” in Arabic.
  18. 18.  Swahili
  19. 19.  Much of Africa’s history has been passed downthrough _________ over many centuries. In WestAfrica, griots, are professional storytellers would recite ancient stories.
  20. 20.  Oral tradition
  21. 21.  The extent of the East African trade network was said to have reached as far as ______!
  22. 22.  China EastAfricans traded with Europe, the Middle East, India and far as China! Chinese porcelain has been found in places like Greater Zimbabwe.
  23. 23.  The _______ kingdom of West Africa was very powerful. In fact, they had a professional army chosen by a draft that would protect the empire. They also had a very organized government with separate departments for the treasury, military and agriculture designed to help the emperor run his empire more efficiently.
  24. 24.  Songhai

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