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WORLD HISTORY 3.02 HONORS FLVS ABHI PATEL

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3.02 WORLD HISTORY FLVS HONORS ASSIGNMENT ETHIOPIA INFORMATION/SUMMARY ON ETHIOPIA: Ethiopia is located in east-central Africa.
The Solomonic Dynasty basically happened here, a man named Yekuno Amlak led this rebellion. This was planned to gain rule of Ethiopia. Ethiopia started out with being ruled from the Zaqwe dynasty. Ethiopia was a kingdom. SWAHILI Social
Aspect: Ethiopia was a growing vacuum power that African Agew people. This made people compete for power because of this. Political Aspect: Ethiopia did a lot of trade and selling, therefore were wealthy in a way. Ethopia did have dynasty changes and some rebellions that caused major and minor changes. Economic Aspect: Economic aspect of Ethiopia is that there were a lot of ups and downs but trade was almost always in use. Ethiopia had its ups and downs. Religous Aspects: There were all types of religions in Ethiopia from Jewish to Abrahamic religions. Ethiopiais/was a very unique and diverse country/kingdom. SOCIAL ASPECT: Swahili is now a language that has combined many Bantu languages. Back then this was a center for many trade merchants from India and much more. It was a very social place and popular place. There are many Indians there. Religous Aspect: Swahili has much diversity. Arab, Islam, Portuguese, and Indians. The religions there are very unique and diverse. POLITICAL ASPECT: Swahili had a very good political status. (at times) Swahili was very popular and was good all year round and did not have major rebellions compared to others. ECONOMIC ASPECT: Swahili had a very good economy, people always came to trade and buy/sell things.
Swahili although is now known as a language. Kongo: Social Aspect: The Kongo Kingdom attracted many people because of all their special crafts from farming to raffia cloth. The kongo people were very crafty and hardworking people to make a living. Political Aspect: The king of the Kongo had a major achievement such as uniting two territories.
The political aspect was mostly created by trading and wealth.
ECONOMIC ASPECT:
The Kongo had a very good economic
because they made most of their products
and sold most of it. The Kongo in a way was a very wealthy kingdom. Religous Aspect:
Mainly, the Kongo was spread out with
the Portuguese and Bantu religions. Although the Portuguese came later on, after the Bantu settled. Great Zimbabwe SOCIAL ASPECT: POLITICAL ASPECT: ECONOMICAL ASPECT: RELIGOUS ASPECT: These cities prospered by sending interior trade goods, especially gold, copper and iron, along the Limpopo and Save Rivers to cities along the Indian Coast. Wealth in trade led to the rise of a new elite that ruled Great Zimbabwe and the surrounding kingdom from the 11th through the 15th centuries CE. The Bantu migrations resulted in the growth of several interior cities in Central and South Africa, among them Great Zimbabwe. Over time, the city and its kingdom became known for its distinctive stone architecture and pottery as well. The region declined in the late 15th century CE, and Great Zimbabwe itself was largely abandoned.
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