GeographyAfricaSTUDENTCOPY - Questions 1 Look at p.82 83 of...

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Unformatted text preview: Questions: 1. Look at p.82- 83 of the Green Atlas a. What is an indigenous religion? Religion practiced by stories and beliefs. b. Which religion remains strong in Ethiopia? Christianity c. Which religion spreads through much of North Africa? Islam d. What is a caliphate? A ruled by a muslim leader (caliph) 2. Look at p 84-85 of the Green Atlas a. What are the African states along the Eastern coastline called? Swahili b. Why do the Western African civilizations become wealthy? They traded gold and salt Saharan Tiber c. Timbuktu is located beneath the ______________ Desert along the _______________ River. d Why is Timbuktu and important city? Its a center for learning e. What types of items were traded from West Africa? Gold and Salt e. List the order of the West African civilizations. Ghana, Mali, Songhai f. Which African civilization was located between the Zambezi and Limpopo Rivers? Zambabwe e. What did this civilization trade? Gold 3. Look at p. 86-87 of the Green Atlas a. What are caravan routes? Trade Routes European Indian b. ______________ and __________________ dominated trade with Africa. c. Why was salt a desired trade item? It preserved food d. What was gold primarily used for? Jewelry e. Which type trade routes are found on the Eastern coast of Africa? Slave Trade ...
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