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chapter 7 world his

TermDefinition
Sahara Lies south of the mountains and is the largest desert on earth, which stretches from the atlantic ocean to the indian ocean
socalled commonly names; popularly termed.
Great Rift Valley where the mountains loom over deep canyons. much of this region is grassland populated by wild animals
Congo River farther to the south lies the Congo basin, with its dense vegetation.
Plateau relatively high, flat land areas and deserts of the south.
Kalahari a city in the south of the two largest deserts
Savanna broad grasslands dotted with small trees and shrubs, exist both north and south of the rain forest.
Nubia a busy trade route that had arisen between Egypt and the area to the South
Kushites the people of Kush that still used bronze and stone weapons
Resources available means for economic or political development
Ethiopia The location of what used to be Axum
King Ezana the axumite ruler
Created by: Kamishepard_14