Askia Muhammaed Toure King of Songhay (1493-1529) A devout Muslim, Askia “The Great” ruled and administered Songhay strictly according to Islamic law. He united the entire central region of the Western Soudan, and established a governmental machine that is still revered today for its detail and efficiency.
Africa: people from the West African coast - Gabon, Guinea, Senegal… Auguste racinet, from Le costume historique (The costume history) vol. 2, under the direction of A. Racinet, Paris, six volumes published between 1877 and 1886.
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Askia The Great is also known as Muhammad Ture. He was a Soninke king of the Songhai Empire in the late 15th century. He strengthened his country and made it one of the largest in West Africa’s history. He ran his country under policies that resulted in rapid expansion of trade with Asia and Europe,
Budweiser’s “Great Kings and Queens of Africa” in Retrospect
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What are the contributions of the people of ancent Mali? Which contribution do you think was the most important? Why do you think so?
Menelik II, Emperor of Ethiopia. Le Petit Journal. 1895.