Different But EqualViewing Guide Questions
1. Carl Mauch was seeking gold.
2. He said that its the land beyond self-conscious history and Africa should be
forgotten for it is no historic part of the world.
3. Africans belong
AAAS 121: PRE-COLONIAL AFRICA TO 1870
BASIL DAVIDSON Video 3: Caravans of Gold
1. Whateconomicrole did Mali playin WestAfrica?
a. Mali wasa commercialcenterthatbroughtmerchandisefro
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Shillington, Ch 5 Chapter Review Questions
1. Why did the Greeks view their conquest of Egypt as crucial to their interests?
a. Egypt was extremely crucial to the Greeks because it was a pivotal point
for trade since Egypt w
Fyle, Ch 4 (pp. 32-37) Chapter Review Questions
1. How were the Berbers able to spread across the desert?
a. The camel allowed the Berbers to spread across the desert.
2. What craving is referred to very often in oral tradit
Fyle Ch 4 (pp 29-31) Chapter Review Questions
1. Who led the Greek conquest of Egypt in 332 BC?
a. General Ptolemy led the Greek conquest of Egypt in 332 BC.
2. What is the term Africa derived from?
a. Africa is derived from
Fyle, Ch. 13 Chapter Review Questions
1. What are the origins of the English word slave?
a. Europeans used the unpaid labor of the Slavs from Russia, which became
the origin of the English word slave.
2. What created the thi
Fyle, Ch 8: Chapter Review Questions
1. What did Askiya Muhammad conquer and control?
a. He conquered and controlled the important trading centers of Jenne and
2. Which place grew into an important center of trade
Fyle, Ch 7: Chapter Review Questions
1. What resulted from the Almoravid conquest?
a. A struggle between Islam and traditional religious practices in smaller
kingoms like Kaniaga, Mema, and Diara.
2. Who became the most prom
Fyle Ch 3 Chapter Review Questions
1. What is the basis for Nile Valley civilization?
a. The basis for the Nile Valley civilization was the annual silt deposits from
the Nile River that provided fertile soil which consequent
Fyle, Ch 2 Chapter Review Questions
1. What was one of the greatest changes to take place in human life?
a. The discovery and the use of iron greatly changed human life.
2. What did tools support?
a. Tools could support more
1. Race is the belief that certain sets of physical characteristics are related to behavior
,intelligence and morality. It originated in the 18th century because slave trade had
become more common. The slaves looked very differe