The Rise and Fall of The Ghanaian Kingdom

The Rise and Fall of The Ghanaian Kingdom
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  • His army consisted of 200,000 warriors and 40,000 archers.
  • The king and founder of Ghana had an army of 240,000 men at his command.
  • Even though he didn't fully embrace Islam, the King of Ghana managed to foster good trading relationships with Muslims. 
  • Ghana is known for its well-concealed gold mines, which people believe to be the richest gold mines on Earth. 
  • The Ghanaian Kingdom had an increase in goods that were transported, as they used camels more and more. This contributed to the Ghanaian Kingdom's growth.
  • The Ghanaians were atta 
  • As Ghana recovered from the attacks, a drought came upon them and forced most Ghanaians to flee in search of food and water.
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