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World history

Sahara South of the Mountains lies the largest desert on Earth.
Great Rift Valley Where mountains loom over deep canyons.
Congo River Dense vegetation watered by the mighty River.
plateau- The tropical rain forest of this area then fade gradually into the hills.
Kalahari One of the largest deserts.
savanna Broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs, exist both north and south of the rain forest.
Nubia Busy trade had arisen between Egypt and the area to the south.
Kushites Who were still using bronze and stone weapons, were overwhelmed by the Assyrians, who were armed with iron spears and swords.
Ethiopia Was found by Arabs and combined Arab and African cultures.
King ‘Ezānā Invaded and conquered Kush.
Created by: BriannaBrooks