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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