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Ee lesson3 mali
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  • 1. EUROPEAN EXPLORATION Lesson Three: Mali
  • 2. RAP 1. Why did Ghana begin to lose its power? 2. What was the name of an important trading center and city of learning in Mali?
  • 3. RAP 1. Why did Ghana begin to lose its power? raiders began attacking – trying to convert people to Islam  Muslim 2. What was the name of an important trading center and city of learning in Mali?
  • 4. RAP 1. Why did Ghana begin to lose its power? raiders began attacking – trying to convert people to Islam  Muslim 2. What was the name of an important trading center and city of learning in Mali?  Timbuktu
  • 5. Mali Mali means “where the king resides.”
  • 6. 1. Mali became a powerful empire in West Africa between 1200 and 1400.
  • 7. 2. Mali had 2 very good and famous kings…
  • 8. Sundiata He united the people and created a strong trading empire.
  • 9. And Musa Mali or Mansa Musa ruled the empire of Mali during it’s golden age…
  • 10. He was known as “the Black Moses” of Mali…
  • 11. On his famous hajj in the 1320s, he gave away a lot of gold. This trip made Mali known all over the world.
  • 12. 3. Most of the people of Mali were farmers…
  • 13. …and Timbuktu, a city in Mali…
  • 14. …was the center of learning for Islam.
  • 15. 4. Mali also had a good interaction with traders..
  • 16. …which helped it became rich from controlling the gold/salt trade.
  • 17. WIO Crossword Puzzle

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