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WORLD HISTORY TEST NAME__________________
CHAPTER 8 Sub-Saharan Africa DATE____________PER___
a. savannas ab. matrilineal bd. Bantu

b. plateau ac. King Ezana be. Swahili

c. tropical rain forest ad. Shona cd.linguists

d. jungle ae. Mansa Musa ce. Sonni Ali

e. oral tradition bc. Mohammed I Askia
_____1. Linguistic and cultural group from the coastal areas of eastern Africa

_____2. Customary way of transmitting history in Sub-Saharan Africa

_____3. Areas of dense plant growth within a tropical rain forest

_____4. Ruler of Aksum who converted to Christianity

_____5. When Mali was at its height, this ruler made a famous pilgrimage to Mecca

_____6. People from whom the civilization of Great Zimbabwe arose

_____7. Family of languages throughout Sub-Saharan Africa

_____8. Society which traces inheritance through the mother’s side of the family

_____9. Scholars who study languages

_____10. Areas which receive a large amount of annual rainfall

_____11. Dry grasslands in Sub-Saharan Africa
MULTIPLE CHOICE
_____12. Which of the following does NOT describe MOST early African societies?

a)They were nomadic b)They were navigators c)They were religious d)They herded, farmed, or fished

_____13. Which ancient African kingdom conquered part of Egypt and copied its culture by building pyramids?

a)Aksum b)Great Zimbabwe c)Kush d)Songhai

_____14. In most early African societies the farming was done by

a)women b)men c)children d)slaves

_____15.The Bantu-speaking people probably originated near

a)Nigeria and Cameroon b)the Sahel c)Gabon d)Lake Victoria

_____16. Linguists are experts who

a)trace people’s ancestors b)study languages c)record oral traditions d)study ancient civilizations

_____17. The center of learning in Sub-Saharan Africa in the 1300s and 1400s was

a)Alexandria b)Great Zimbabwe c)Mogadishu d)Timbuktu

_____18. The strength and wealth of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai depended on

a)the support of the powerful rulers in Egypt and Arabia b)large scale agriculture c)control of the trade routes across the Sahara d)adapting Egyptian culture to life in the rain forest


_____19.SpongebobSquarepants madeKrabby Patties in which of the following kingdoms?

a)Songhai b)Mali c)Kush d)Aksum e)are you kidding?, none of these!!!

_____20.Kush’s history is defined by its relationship with

a)Aksum b)Egypt c)Assyria d)Ethiopia e)none of these

_____21. After an invasion by Assyria, Kush

a)lost trade routes b)rebuilt and became stronger c)rebuilt and conquered upper Egypt d)lost farmland and declined

_____22. King Ezana’s rule of Aksum was defined by his

a)conversion to Islam b)conquest of Egypt c)conquest of Kush d)conversion to Christianity

_____23. The Swahili were

a)a group linked by a common religion b)Asian traders that settled in East Africa c)a group linked by language and trade d)an East African tribe

_____24. The shoreline and rivers of Sub-Saharan Africa helped to

a)create trade among communities b)allow for easy travel both up and downstream c)protect the interior from invaders d)control unpredictable flooding

_____25. The southern edge of the Sahara is known as the

a)Sahel b)savannas c)rain forest d)Sub-Sahara plateau

_____26. The root of many African languages is

a)Cameroon b)Swahili c)Bantu d)Saharan e)none of these

_____27.Griots are responsible for a village’s

a)oral traditions b)written traditions c)protection d)financial support e)none of these

_____28. The city of Meroe in Kush became an early center of

a)fishing b)the spice trade c)silk trading d)ironworking

_____29. Ghana, Mali and Songhai grew wealthy by trading

a)ivory for gold b)gold for ivory c)gold for salt d)rocks for stones e)none of these
TRUE OR FALSE

_____30. Savannas are rich, fertile grasslands that allow for a widely varied agricultural society.

_____31. Kush both conquered and was conquered by Egypt

_____32. King Ezana’s religious beliefs had little lasting influence on Africa.

_____33. The gold-for-salt trade was based on control of trade routes across the Sahara.

_____34.Sonni Ali managed his large kingdom by dividing it into provinces.

_____35. Mohammed I Askia converted to Christianity and built Timbuktu into a center of Christian learning.

_____36. Trade spread the Islamic religion into both East and West Africa.

_____37. Sailing ships found the monsoon winds made trading in East Africa almost impossible.

Essay
1. In what ways did climate and geography impact the societies of Sub-Saharan Africa? Be specific and give examples.


2. What was the importance of gold in the kingdoms of East Africa, and those of West Africa?
3. How did the kingdoms of Kush and Axum manage to thrive, even in the “shadow” of Egyptian civilization?



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