WHAP Review - Africa Egyptians- Kush- Axum-Ethiopia Axum...

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Africa Egyptians- Kush- Axum-Ethiopia Axum and ethiopia traded with the mediterranean world until the fall of rome. jewish merchants brought in Judaism Greek merchants brought Christianity (church cut off from mainstream Christianity) Egyptians- Heiroglyphics lived along the fertile Nile help agric. Tribal polytheistic groups in other african areas Other than slaves, women were equal to men (even though men were superior in the trading and political world) Pyramids of Giza Pharoahs= King/God famous city of Alexandria (library of Alexandria) papyrus paper organized labor Queen Cleopatra very educated divorce system Sahara Desert Byzantine empire: Was a product of the late imperial rome east mediterranean Constantine brought Christianity and allowed it to spread easier throughout the medt. Jesus Christ Language and culture- Greek Justinian tried to regroup the roman empire- but failed. in the process he lost north Africa and Italy. Byzantine empire fought against the persian empire (sassanids)
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This note was uploaded on 09/28/2010 for the course HIST WHAP taught by Professor Albano during the Spring '10 term at Clear Creek.

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