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The kingdom of Ghana lasted 500 c.e. to 1200 c.e.
Ghana was ruled by a powerful king, who had descisions in everything from court verdicts to the gold trade.
Camels were great transportation on gold trade routes because they didn't need as much water, could travel for days at a time, and could carry heavy goods.
The famous Wangara gold miners were also the only ones who knew where the location of the gold mines were!
The Taghaza salt miners would either mine for salt, or they could pour water in holes in the ground and package the salt into bricks.
The tax system in Ghana was, basically, tax money from trading being used to pay armies to protect the kingdom!
Exchanging of goods at Kumbi ... (fill in info)
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