Aksum
Djenne-Djeno                         300-700 CE
250 BCE                              Queen of Sheba
banks of a Niger...
Ch 15
      Societies &
Empires of Africa
        800-1500
Students should be able to

1. Describe how a stateless society is
   run

2. Explain the effects of Islam in North
   and...
Stateless societies have no
centralized system of government.

Authority is distributed among the
elders of a clan or fami...
By the 700s, Islamic warriors had
spread their religion across the
Maghrib, imposing their faith and
laws.
The Berbers, a ...
15.2 & 15.3
West, East, and
 South African
      Societies
By 800, Ghana had become an empire,
conquering neighboring societies.

Ghana became wealthy trading gold
from the forests ...
1235, the kingdom of Mali rises to
prominence, led by Sundiata

Mansa Musa extends Mali’s rule

 Glorified Timbuktu

 Trave...
Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th
century where “the camel met the
canoe”
Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th
century where “the camel met the
canoe”
Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th
century where “the camel met the
canoe”
Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th
century where “the camel met the
canoe”
Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th
century where “the camel met the
canoe”
Went on his Hajj when he was 20, but
ended up traveling for 29 years,
covering 75,000 miles on foot, camel,
and boat, and ...
Went on his Hajj when he was 20, but
ended up traveling for 29 years,
covering 75,000 miles on foot, camel,
and boat, and ...
Great
Zimbabwe
Great Zimbabwe,
     1000-1400
Great Zimbabwe,
     1000-1400
Great Zimbabwe,
     1000-1400
Great Zimbabwe,
     1000-1400
Built by the Shona, a pastoralist
people.

The surrounding area was over-
grazed and over-farmed; the land
became depleted...
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    1. 1. Aksum Djenne-Djeno 300-700 CE 250 BCE Queen of Sheba banks of a Niger River tributary Int’l trade 50,000 ppl Adulis on coast; Aksum inland Ezana converts Falls to Islam in 710 CE Djenne- Djeno Nok Aksum Nok culture 500 - 200 BCE first iron-smelting Bantu migrations 500 BCE - 1500 CE searching for new, fertile soil iron-tipped weapons in territorial wars
    2. 2. Ch 15 Societies & Empires of Africa 800-1500
    3. 3. Students should be able to 1. Describe how a stateless society is run 2. Explain the effects of Islam in North and East Africa 3. Explain how the gold-salt trade led to the rise of Ghana 4. Identify and explain the significance of Great Zimbabwe
    4. 4. Stateless societies have no centralized system of government. Authority is distributed among the elders of a clan or family - for example, the Igbo of southern Nigeria
    5. 5. By the 700s, Islamic warriors had spread their religion across the Maghrib, imposing their faith and laws. The Berbers, a nomadic tribe of the Sahara, converted. In the 1000s an Islamic brotherhood known as the Almoravids began conquering in west Africa. In the mid-1100s a reform movement, known as the Almohads came to power
    6. 6. 15.2 & 15.3 West, East, and South African Societies
    7. 7. By 800, Ghana had become an empire, conquering neighboring societies. Ghana became wealthy trading gold from the forests for salt from the desert. In 1076 the Almoravids conquered Ghana
    8. 8. 1235, the kingdom of Mali rises to prominence, led by Sundiata Mansa Musa extends Mali’s rule Glorified Timbuktu Travels of Ibn Batuta
    9. 9. Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th century where “the camel met the canoe”
    10. 10. Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th century where “the camel met the canoe”
    11. 11. Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th century where “the camel met the canoe”
    12. 12. Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th century where “the camel met the canoe”
    13. 13. Founded by Tuaregs in the 11th century where “the camel met the canoe”
    14. 14. Went on his Hajj when he was 20, but ended up traveling for 29 years, covering 75,000 miles on foot, camel, and boat, and visiting 44 different modern countries.
    15. 15. Went on his Hajj when he was 20, but ended up traveling for 29 years, covering 75,000 miles on foot, camel, and boat, and visiting 44 different modern countries.
    16. 16. Great Zimbabwe
    17. 17. Great Zimbabwe, 1000-1400
    18. 18. Great Zimbabwe, 1000-1400
    19. 19. Great Zimbabwe, 1000-1400
    20. 20. Great Zimbabwe, 1000-1400
    21. 21. Built by the Shona, a pastoralist people. The surrounding area was over- grazed and over-farmed; the land became depleted of nutrients and had to be abandoned.
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