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by: Arthan Robinson Jr

Africa UGC111

Arthan Robinson Jr
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This 3 page One Day of Notes was uploaded by Arthan Robinson Jr on Thursday January 29, 2015. The One Day of Notes belongs to UGC111 at University at Buffalo taught by Mr. Boyd in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 85 views.


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Date Created: 01/29/15
Africa 10282014 Climate zones Tropical 1Iquot39ii39e39t II Tropical 1Wet emi Illrjr El Steppe E Desert Tropic of eprienrn Mediterranean El Euhirnnirel Humid w Ef e Zane i irnmnal ruininmt hum mealInn an ammuj39u Eml IEEE chart nm lrrran39l Elhil39lf E Hame Ema emu coastal fertile can grow anything steppe grazing land dessert movie making savanna grains rain forest root crops ituri pygny singing Civilization begins 15001000bc Farming comes up the nile and spreads along the east coast 1000280bc spreads west along savannah leads to structured societiestrade great wealth and power and change Saharah trade from classical times romans Main form of transport from 200 ad more or less camels The perfect desert animal eats almost anything doesn t spit retains moisture in body fat and goes 25 to 30 miles per day can carry 500 lbs and has amazing feet 600 ad camel saddle comfort hanging stuff ghting platform Berbers desert tribesmen who acted as guides for raiders Djenue 14th century art traveler lbn Battuta 3 month one way trip 1000 mi tempertatures range from 20 to 100 raiders sand storms post 750 ad Arab Muslims brought south islamd bureaucracy literacy and trade goods foundation of two great west African states Ghana 900 1100ad and Mali 12001450ad c1200 Sundiata two great leaders c1300 Monsa a To the East Coast Axum early civ On east coast Christianized c 250 ad Ethiopian Christianity Controlled southern access to the red sea Made them rich until two waves of east coast Islamic merchants blocked coast taking the local towns and making Islamic city states Kilwa and mambasa dhow from 8th century ad on ward bantum speaking people began migrating south from central Africa bringing farming and iron burning Established an empire based at Great Zimbabwe and upon trade w coast gold spices slaves East African development changes after 1500 ad and the Portuguese begin to appear but that s not next semester


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