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Notes - for mining • Matrilineal • Almoravids Mali...

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Oral Traditions Homer Troubadours Rap
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African Religious Tradition High gods Pantheon Yoruba vs. Dinka Animism Ancestor Worship Death & Afterlife Priest/Shaman Osun – river goddess of fertility
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African Secular Tradition Moralistic stories Historical narratives Griots Kora
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Axum / Ethiopia Christianity - 340 CE Ge’ez
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Ghana (c. 500-1100) Saharan Caravan Routes Slaves system
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Unformatted text preview: for mining • Matrilineal • Almoravids Mali – (1150-1460) • Big Agriculture • Big Population 8 million people • Gold/Salt middlemen • Mansa Kankan Musa I (1312-1337) • Timbuktu • Hajj to Mecca (1324-1325) d. Muslim culture Sundiata Keita (1230-1255) • Sosso • Soumaoro Kanté • Battle of Krina • Mari Djata (Lion Prince)...
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  • Spring '08
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  • Sundiata Keita, Mali Empire, Mansa Kankan Musa, Keita Dynasty, African Secular Tradition, African Religious Tradition

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