The kingdom of Ndongo

The kingdom of Ndongo - The kingdom of Ndongo o Ndongo...

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The kingdom of Ndongo o Ndongo gains wealth and independence from jongo by means of Portuguese slave trade o But Portuguese influence resisted by Queen Nzinga Posed as male king with male concubines in famale dress attending here Islam in sub Saharan Africa o Pre Islamic paganism and ancesto worship o Islam develops in commercial centers o Timbuktu become major center of Islamis scholarship by 16 th century o Syncretic faith Appears throughout society o The fulain Christianity in Africa o Also syncretic o Antonian movement flourishes Dona Beatris claims possession by st Anthony of padua o Promotes distinctly Africa Christianity Foundations of the slave trade o African slavery dates to antiquity War captives, criminals, people expelled from clans o Distinct from asian and European slavery No private property, therefore wealth is defines by human labor potential, not land Slave often assimilated into owners clans Islamic slave trade o Dramatic expansion of slave trade with Arab traders
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This note was uploaded on 04/02/2012 for the course HST 101 taught by Professor Pettegrew during the Fall '08 term at Grand Valley State.

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