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Warm Up Where was the empire of Ghana located? What was the capital city of Ghana? When did ancient Ghana rule? Describe the government of the empire? What does the word Ghana mean?

What was the main source of wealth for Ghana? BONUS How did the transport goods across the Sahara? Warm Up Where was the empire of Ghana located? (p. 1) What was the capital city of Ghana? (p.1) When did ancient Ghana rule? (p. 2)

Describe the government of the empire? (p. 2) What does the word Ghana mean? (p. 3) What was the main source of wealth for Ghana? (p. 4) BONUS How did the transport goods across the Sahara? (p. 4) Ghana Trans-Saharan Trade

Perfect Trading spot Between North Africa and forests Camels Brought Islam to Africa Gold and Salt Made Ghana VERY wealthy Government

Powerful King Head of the army, Controlled gold trade Many Officials Strong Military Kept the peace

All men in empire trained Gold Came from the forest region North Africans wanted it Symbol of wealth Sold to foreigners for coin making

Wangara Secret mines Salt Came from the Sahara Precious to west Africans Important part of diet Preserved food

Made two ways Evaporation Mining Trading Silent trading Used drum

Paid taxes to Ghana on all purchases used for military Protected trade routes Conquered new lands

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