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Click to edit Master subtitle style 9/30/11 North Africa South Africa Monica Lostica Natalie Posedel HTM 324 - Ergul
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9/30/11 Overview Northern Africa Countries Geography History Culture Resources Foods Video Southern Africa
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9/30/11 North Africa
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9/30/11 Geography Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea and Red Sea Atlas Mountains run through Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia Valleys in Atlas Mountains, the Nile valley and delta, and Mediterranean coast provide good farm land Sahara desert separates Northern Africa from the rest of the continent
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9/30/11 History Egyptian history dates back to 4000 B.C.E. Roman presence during 200 B.C.E. – 300 C.E. Arab influence and Islamization in the seventh century Morocco is the only North African country not occupied by the Ottoman Empire during 1500s – 1700s European colonization in Africa: French occupation 1830-1962
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9/30/11 Resource Influences Roman presence brought bread and couscous Rise of Islam lead to the prohibition of pork and alcohol, but also brought rice, okra, and mint Adopted Arab preservation technique of drying meat Ottoman Empire brought new foods like puff pastries Tomatoes, peppers, and potatoes were brought from the New World, which we
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