Who built the first mosques in West African cities?West African kings who wanted to create strong trade centersmerchants

Who built the first mosques in West African cities? West African kings who wanted to create strong trade centers
merchants from Spain and Western Europe
warriors entering the region from Central Africa
Islamic scholars who wanted to practice their religion

this is a test so pls help


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4804113260

4804113260

Kingdom:Mali

City: Timbuktu

Hope this helps!

GreenHerbz206

GreenHerbz206

the answr is D) Djenne

Kinglilray998

Kinglilray998

D

Explanation:

nihadsalim10

nihadsalim10

Im think d since i learned recently thay its indeed the center of islamic learning and and the 4 bullet so i believe D

eguilford4438

eguilford4438

The answer is C.

Explanation:

Timbuktu became a center of trade, culture and learning in the 13th and the 14th centuries. It become an Islamic scholarly center that attracted many people from many parts of Africa.

keke6361

keke6361

The answer is c.

C) Islam came to West Africa through Muslim traders and was widely accepted in West African cities. These cities became a major center of Islamic religious and intellectual life that attracted scholars throughout the Muslim world.  

 

robertobi5397

robertobi5397

A.

B.

C.

D.

F.

e.

thows are the answers ^-^

beyattatsymbal123

beyattatsymbal123

Rest of answers are on attachment!

1. The Ottoman Empire and the Safavid Persian Empire were the two greatest powers of Western Asia. While both of Muslim belief, the first were of Sunni origin while the other was of Shia. Aside from fighting for Mesopotamia and the south caucasus, the Ottomans believed the Safavid were heterics. Answer would be C.  2. Arab writers gathered all their folktales originally written in Arabic, especially throughout the Islamic Golden Age in the book called the Thousand and One Nights, or the One Thousand and One Nights. This book was published in English in 1706. Answer is A.  3. The Romans conquered Africa, what was at the time known as Carthage, in 146 BC during the Third Punic War. Although not interested in Africa militarily, and though there was no settlement of significance, Carthage became the great provider of grain for Rome. This is why the answer is A.  4. Although many theories have been given about the convertion of Hindus of lower castes into Muslims, the one that is most accepted is that the lower-caste Hindu´s were tired of the oppression by the Brahmas and as Islam offered equality for all believers, most people accepted Islam as their belief. This is why the answer is C.  5. Meroe became the capital of the Kingdom of Kush, situated in the current Republic of Sudan, during the year 1069 BCE till 350 CE. Being one of the most advanced and one of the richest cities in the ancient world, they became also known for their military prowes and leaders and their advanced management of iron. This is why the answer is B.  6. Akbar the Great was a Mughal, or Moghul who ruled the Indian subcontinent from 1556 to 1605. After a long time and because of his military prowess, he was the first to be able to unify India into one kingdom and due to his policies, he maintained union despite continued strife. He did it by inviting people to gather under a concesus of faiths, rather than forcing them, which is why correct answer is A.  7. Between 960 to 1279, China experienced accelerated economic growth under the rule of the Song dynasty. Part of the reason for this was that they opened up the economy to foreign trade and focused its forces on technological innovation. These new technologies affected the agricultural production the most. Which is why answer is D.  8. Armenians were invited to come into Isfahan, in 1606, by the edict of Shah Abbas I, the ruler of the Safavid empire, as Armenians fled the Ottomans. They were called by the Shah into his city and established them into what is known as the New Julfa because of their vast knowledge of the trading of silk and their contacts. This is why the answer is D.  9. The Heian period, which took place between 794 CE and 1185 CE, was the time when Japan finally let go of Chinese cultural influence and established its own culture. In the case of women, during this time, became the main literary writers and achieved works of great importance. It is at this time that Japanese literature flourishes under the hand of women. This is why the answer is D.  10. During the Neolithic period, especially in Africa, there was a climate condition called the Subpluvial, under which Africa, especially the terrain was much moister because of more frequent rainfall. However, around 3900 BCE, this climate condition changed and Africa became much dryer and deser-like. This forced people to move because of the inhospitability of the terrain. Correct answer is C.  

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vanessapineda11

vanessapineda11

the answer to this question would be King Koi Konboro

Abbymay17

Abbymay17

Timbuktu

Explanation:

The Sankore Mosque in Timbuktu attracted many scholars. Timbuktu is a city in Mali, in West Africa, that was founded 1,800 years ago.