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  • Figure of a Sacred King
  • Bantu Homeland/Trans-Saharan Trade Area/East African City-States
  • Africa Before Islam
  • FOUNDATION MAP 13.1 Early Africa, Including Bantu Migrations and Trade Routes, 1500 B.C.E. – 1500 C.E.
  • The San people of the Kalahari.
  • An Akuba wooden doll from Ghana, a classic African fertility symbol.
  • Grass-skirted masks represent the spirits of ancestors among the Kuba people of the Congo.
  • Islamic Africa and Spain: Commercial and Cultural Networks
  • MAP 13.2 Islamic North Africa and Iberia, 910
  • The Court of the Lions at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.
  • Al-Azhar Mosque, Cairo.
  • Trade Across the Sahara
  • West African Kingdoms: Ghana and Mali
  • MAP 13.3 West Africa, 800–1400
  • Kumbi.
  • Mansa Musa on pilgrimage.
  • Ethiopia’s Christian Kingdom
  • MAP 13.4 City-States of East Africa, 1500
  • The City-States of East Africa
  • An Arab dhow.
  • The Bantu Connection: Central And Southern Africa
  • Great Zimbabwe.
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Judge ch13 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon Early African Societies, 1500 B.C.E–1500 C.E. 13
    2. 2. Figure of a Sacred KingFigure of a Sacred King
    3. 3. Bantu Homeland/Trans-Saharan Trade Area/EastBantu Homeland/Trans-Saharan Trade Area/East African City-StatesAfrican City-States
    4. 4. Early African Societies, 1500 B.C.E. – 1500 C.E. A. Africa Before Islam B. Islamic Africa and Spain: Commercial and Cultur C. Trade Across the Sahara D. West African Kingdoms: Ghana and Mali E. Ethiopia’s Christian Kingdom F. The City-States of East Africa G. The Bantu Connection: Central and Southern Afr
    5. 5. Africa Before IslamAfrica Before Islam
    6. 6. Africa Before IslamAfrica Before Islam A. Early African History B. The Bantu Migrations: Cohesion in Diversity 1. Bantu migrations 2. Bantu society 3. Islamic connections
    7. 7. FOUNDATION MAP 13.1 Early Africa, IncludingFOUNDATION MAP 13.1 Early Africa, Including Bantu Migrations and Trade Routes, 1500 B.C.E. –Bantu Migrations and Trade Routes, 1500 B.C.E. – 1500 C.E.1500 C.E.
    8. 8. Africa Before IslamAfrica Before Islam C. Regional Cultural Adaptations 1. Geography and climate
    9. 9. The San people of the Kalahari.The San people of the Kalahari.
    10. 10. Africa Before IslamAfrica Before Islam D. Clans and Kingdoms 1. Clans 2. Polygamy D. African Traditional Religion 1. African polytheism
    11. 11. An Akuba wooden doll from Ghana, a classic AfricanAn Akuba wooden doll from Ghana, a classic African fertility symbol.fertility symbol.
    12. 12. Africa Before IslamAfrica Before Islam F. Early African Culture 1. Religion and culture
    13. 13. Grass-skirted masks represent the spirits ofGrass-skirted masks represent the spirits of ancestors among the Kuba people of the Congo.ancestors among the Kuba people of the Congo.
    14. 14. Islamic Africa and Spain:Islamic Africa and Spain: Commercial and Cultural NetworksCommercial and Cultural Networks
    15. 15. Islamic Africa and Spain:Islamic Africa and Spain: Commercial and Cultural NetworksCommercial and Cultural Networks A. Islamic North Africa 1. Isolation 2. Arab invasion
    16. 16. MAP 13.2 Islamic North Africa and Iberia, 910MAP 13.2 Islamic North Africa and Iberia, 910
    17. 17. Islamic Africa and Spain:Islamic Africa and Spain: Commercial and Cultural NetworksCommercial and Cultural Networks B. Cosmopolitan Umayyad Spain 1. Islamic conquest 2. Cultural blending 3. Cultural achievements 4. The Caliphate of Córdoba
    18. 18. The Court of the Lions at the Alhambra in Granada,The Court of the Lions at the Alhambra in Granada, Spain.Spain.
    19. 19. Islamic Africa and Spain:Islamic Africa and Spain: Commercial and Cultural NetworksCommercial and Cultural Networks C. Fatimid Egypt 1. The Shi’ite Fatimids 2. Fatimid rule 3. Decline and defeat
    20. 20. Al-Azhar Mosque, Cairo.Al-Azhar Mosque, Cairo.
    21. 21. Trade Across the SaharaTrade Across the Sahara
    22. 22. Trade Across the SaharaTrade Across the Sahara A. Early Saharan Trade 1. Camels and trade B. Islam’s Interaction with West Africa 1. Commercial and cultural networks 2. Consequences of trans-Saharan trade
    23. 23. West African Kingdoms:West African Kingdoms: Ghana and MaliGhana and Mali
    24. 24. West African Kingdoms:West African Kingdoms: Ghana and MaliGhana and Mali A. The Conversion of Ghana 1. Gold, salt, and Islam 2. The Almoravids and the conversion of Ghana 3. Decline
    25. 25. MAP 13.3 West Africa, 800–1400MAP 13.3 West Africa, 800–1400
    26. 26. Kumbi.Kumbi.
    27. 27. West African Kingdoms:West African Kingdoms: Ghana and MaliGhana and Mali B. Islamic Mali, 1200 – 1450 1. Mali emerges as Ghana’s successor 2. Mansa Musa
    28. 28. Mansa Musa on pilgrimage.Mansa Musa on pilgrimage.
    29. 29. Ethiopia’s Christian KingdomEthiopia’s Christian Kingdom
    30. 30. Ethiopia’s Christian KingdomEthiopia’s Christian Kingdom A. Christian Ethiopia 1. Conversion 2. Commerce 3. Resistance to Islamic expansion
    31. 31. MAP 13.4 City-States of East Africa, 1500MAP 13.4 City-States of East Africa, 1500
    32. 32. The City-States of East AfricaThe City-States of East Africa
    33. 33. The City-States of East AfricaThe City-States of East Africa A. Development of a Bantu-Arab Culture 1. Settlement and cultural blending 2. The Indian Ocean community
    34. 34. An Arab dhow.An Arab dhow.
    35. 35. The City-States of East AfricaThe City-States of East Africa B. East and West Africa Compared 1. Economic divergence 2. Slavery
    36. 36. The Bantu Connection:The Bantu Connection: Central and Southern AfricaCentral and Southern Africa
    37. 37. The Bantu Connection:The Bantu Connection: Central and Southern AfricaCentral and Southern Africa A. The Bantu Influence 1. Central Africa 2. Southern Africa B. Great Zimbabwe
    38. 38. Great Zimbabwe.Great Zimbabwe.
    39. 39. Key Dates and DevelopmentsKey Dates and Developments

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