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East Africa's Great

East Africa's Great trading center

Kilwa One of many trading cities along the coast of East Africa
Aksum Located in present -day Ethiopia was an important East Afican center of trade
City-state A city with its own government that controls much of the surrounding land
Swahili This Bantu language has word borrowed from Arabic
Great Zimbabwe Power southeastern Africa city of Great Zimbabwe
Who was Battutah ? Ibn Battutah was a famous Muslin travel or from North Africa .
What 2 religious are common in East Africa Christianity , and muslin
Why are church's East Af unique and different Because they were in tents and they accompanied thousands of citizens and servants
What is unusual about church's built during King Lailbelas rule They weren't built from ground up . They were built underground.
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