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Ancient Africa Ancient Africa Land of Diversity
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Diverse Zones Diverse Zones Mediterranean/Southern Coasts Temperate Weather Outside influence Deserts Barren Nomadic pastoralism Limited oasis agriculture
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Diverse Zones Diverse Zones Savanna Grassland Mixed farming Small scale Village population Rain Forest Equatorial No large scale agriculture Poor soil No societal development Limited farming
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Diverse Resources Diverse Resources Animal population Timber Minerals Metals People 3,000 languages 8,000 dialects
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Trade Trade Foundations for civilization Rise and fall Trading routes Mediterranean  Red Sea Indian Ocean Slavery Right from the start POWs Berbers
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African Culture African Culture Lineage Foundation of African story Patrilineal and matrilineal Villages Cornerstone Single male leader Elder councils Town hall
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African Culture African Culture Religion Polytheism Hierarchy Ritualistic Sacrifices Earthy benefit Afterlife benefit Islam Christianity
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African Culture African Culture Government No written laws Monarchies King as intermediary (divine) Bureaucracies or court officials Local rulers or chieftains Often shared power
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2011 for the course ACCT 4050 taught by Professor Rodney during the Spring '11 term at University of Georgia Athens.

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