Fyle chapter 7

Fyle chapter 7 - -Fairm(governors 6 According to Fyle who...

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Fyle, Ch. 7 1. What resulted from the Almoravid conquest? -Smaller kingdoms of Kaniaga, Mema and Diara were involved in the struggle between Islam and traditional religious practices 2. Who became the most prominent Soso ruler? -Kemoko’s son 3. What did one of Sumanguru’s wives reveal? -Iron could not pierce Sumanguru and that his totem was a white cockspur 4. Why did Sundiata move the capital to Niani? -More defensible location and was closer to the forest which was a source of gold 5. Who represented the Mansa in the conquered territories?
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Unformatted text preview: -Fairm (governors) 6. According to Fyle, who was the greatest ruler of Mande?-Kanku Musa- Mansa Musa 7. When did Sudan appear on European maps?-1375 8. What was the Komo secret society’s view of Mansa Musa?-They rejected Mansa Musa’s authority because of what they considered is abandonment of traditional religion 9. Which former tributary of Mali threatened its supremacy in the 15 th century?-Songhai 10. What, if anything, did you find confusing in the reading?-I did not find anything confusing....
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