Collapse of the Malian Empire
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I traveled thousands of miles in a single journey, building mosques and universities in my honor across Africa.
We will miss you father.
The Mali Empire was located in West Africa. The empire became extremely rich off trade of gold and salt.
THIS IS MY LAND!
Mansa Musa was one of the kings of this empire, and was considered to be one of the wealthiest kings of all time.
You asked for this, now you shall suffer. We shall no longer stay with the failed Mali empire.
Mansa Musa died in 1337. The power went to his sons, who were to rule the Mali Empire after him.
A new, more powerful empire would take Mali's place. The Songhai empire would be wealthier and larger than the Mali Empire ever was, and it too thrived on trade.
His sons fought for power over the empire, and eventually they could no longer keep political control.
The empire began to fracture, and parts began to break off.
Eventually, the Mali Empire was no more.
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