Ghana: Trading Empire by Tihut Mulugeta P.6
Never! I would rather die instead of telling you the location of the gold
Tell me where the gold is!
The king was the head of the army and he had the final say in matters of justice.
Camels helped develop the Trans-Saharan trade route
The Wangarans gold miners were so interesting because they kept the location of the gold a secret. They would also get captured time to time and they would try to make the gold miner to tell them where the gold was. They would rather give up their life instead of telling them.
Come here and get wheat and a sheep
The salt miners would get their by putting water into holes into the salty earth, then the water would slowly brought out and the salt, and then melted away because of the sun. The salt that stayed was scooped out and packed into blocks.
Ghana's taxes helped pay fro their armies, so that they could protect the kingdom.
When Ghanaians trade their goods to the marketplace in the capital city of Kumbi.
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