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chapter 8


Mt Kilimanjaro Africa's highest peak
Strait of Gilbaltra separates Africa from Europe
Suez canal divide Africa from Asia
Madagascar forth largest island
Ethiopian eunuch the first recorded African Christian
Fremuntius an early leader of the Ethiopian Orthodox Church
King Lalibela king who had ten churches carved from solid rock
Athanasius the great one of the greatest leaders in church history, he boldly proclaimed the Jesus is God
Aesop Greek slave who wrote famous fables
James Bruce first European explorer of Africa
Mungo Park explored the Niger river
Robert Moffat another one of the first missionaries to Africa
David Livingstone one of the most famous explorers in history
Henry Stanley the guy who found David Livingstone
Khama son of a fierce chief
Samuel Crowther first black bishop the church of England had ever had
Mary Slessor Queen of the Cannibals
Africa the second largest continent
Strait of Gilbaltra narrow waterway separates Africa from Europe
suez canal man made waterway that seperates Africa from Asia
Madagascar the forth largest country
Congo River the worlds second largest river in water volume
Scotland country that led the way of exploration and evangelist of Africa
Africa the dark continent
Land of Cush the greatest ancient civilization of Africa's interior
Ethiopian eunuch first and greatest Christian Kingdom of Africa
Timbuktu city famous for a center of learning in the Mali Empire
Kalahari desert largest desert region in Africa
Victoria falls largest waterfall
Liberia Africa;s first black republic
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