What is ancient Africa known for?
The geography impacted where people could live, important trade resources such as gold and salt, and trade routes that helped different civilizations to interact and develop. A wide variety of peoples developed throughout Ancient Africa over the course of history.
What animal is only found in Africa?
1. African Civet. The African Civet is the largest of its species and resides in sub-Saharan Africa. It’s an unusual-looking mammal that has a face that’s similar to a raccoon, a long cat-like body and spotted fur.
What is the most beautiful African animal?
Did you know that when a herd of zebra merge together their stripes make it almost impossible for predators to single out an individual animal?
What is Africa’s nickname?
They include Corphye, Ortegia, Libya, and Ethiopia. Other names such as the land of Ham (Ham means dark skins), mother of mankind, the garden of Eden, dark or black continent, Kingdom in the sky, and the land of cush or kesh (referring to the Cushites who were ancient Ethiopian) were used.
Why Africa has no history?
It was argued at the time that Africa had no history because history begins with writing and thus with the arrival of the Europeans. Their presence in Africa was therefore justified, among other things, by their ability to place Africa in the ‘path of history’.