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by Jane Shuter

ePub Ancient West African Kingdoms (History Opens Windows) download
Author:
Jane Shuter
ISBN13:
978-1403400833
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1403400830
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Heinemann/Raintree (September 1, 2002)
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How were the Ancient West African Kingdoms ruled? . Ancient West African Kingdoms answers these questions and more Book jacket.

How were the Ancient West African Kingdoms ruled? Why did the Ancient West African Kingdoms disappear? Ancient West African Kingdoms answers these questions and more Book jacket.

The Ancient West African Kingdoms answers these questions and more. Ancient West African Kingdoms is written by Jane Shutter. This book takes about the first trading kingdoms developed in West Africa. The books in the History Opens Windows series help you discover what life was like in ancient civilizations and other historic times. The first kingdom was Ghana, then Mali, and later was the Songhai Empire replaced them.

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How were the Ancient West African Kingdoms ruled? Why did the Ancient West African Kingdoms disappear? The Ancient West African Kingdoms answers these questions and more.

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"These revised and updated books offer a simple overview of ancient cultures. Each 2-page spread deals with a topic such as farming, trade, everyday life, clothes and religion. Good for ESL students. Ancient Egypt, a volume from the "History Beneath Your Feet" series, explores our knowledge of what life was like in ancient Egypt based on archaeological findings. I would recommend this series for elementary or middle schools and public libraries. Each page includes informative, easy to understand text with helpful explanations of more complicated concepts.

Equally important to West African economy, specialized resources such as the famous West African gold mines formed specific trade relations between different societies. Ghana, Mali, and Songhai empires’ most famous trait is undoubtedly their abundant sources of gold

Equally important to West African economy, specialized resources such as the famous West African gold mines formed specific trade relations between different societies. Ghana, Mali, and Songhai empires’ most famous trait is undoubtedly their abundant sources of gold. Especially at the height of Mali’s power, two-thirds of the world's gold supply is said to have come from sub-Saharan Africa (Ward).

Provides an overview of the culture and civilizations of the ancient West African Kingdoms of Mali, Ghana, and Songhai.