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The kingdom of Ghana lasted from 500 c.e. to 1200 c.e.
The king rules Ghana's government
Camels helped develop the Trans-Saharan trade route
Salt was important to the West Africans, they lost much of it because of the hot weather. They would evoporate their salt and they would use salt deposits.
The Wangarans had stopped trading for a few years because they wanted to make sure nobody could discover where Wangara was.
One load costed one sixth ounce of gold and one third of an once to the traders, those who come from the kingdom to the south.
Caravans that entered Ghana brought goods to the marketplace in Kumbi. People paid with gold dust, purchasing all sorts of goods, including slaves.
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