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The kingdom of Ghana lasted from 500 c.e. to 1200 c.e.
The ruler of Ghana's government was the king
Camles helped develop the Trans-Saharan trade route
Wangara gold miners would rather die than give up the locations of their gold mine
They would harvest salt by using evaporation. Water had been poured into holes in the salty earth. The water slowly drew out the salt and then evaporated in the sun.
Traders paid taxes to Ghana on all the goods they carried through the empire.
All goods, including slaves, were paid for with gold dust. Kumbi had the busiest market in west africa.
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