How did the songhay empire fit into the islamic world

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11. How did the Songhay Empire fit into the Islamic world of the fifteenth century?a. It was a substantial Islamic state on the West African frontier of the Islamic world.b. It was located in the heart of the Islamic Empire.c. It was a forgotten outpost of Islam in Christian Europe.d. It was a center of cultural exchange with East Asia in the Indian Ocean.Incorrect. The correct answer is a. Comprising much of inland western Africa, the Songhay Empire was a huge Islamic state that represented the furthest westward push of Islam to that point. (See pages 380 and 381 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see pages 586 and 587 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)12 of 20
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12. A North African traveler described Timbuktu, the capital of the Songhay Empire, as
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Ways of the World: A Brief Global History; see page 587 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)13 of 20
Chapter 13 “Ways of the World” Online Test13. Muslim travelers described the Islamic port of Malacca as
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382 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see page 588 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)14 of 2014. Which of the following was NOT a feature of the Aztec capital, Tenochtitlán?
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you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see page 590 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)15 of 20

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