By the beginning of the 14th century, Mali was the source of almost half the Old World's gold, exported from mines in Bambuk, Boure, and Galam.
In the 14th century, the Mali Empire was a country with half the world's gold resources
Led by their wealthy kings, one of them was King Mansa Musa I
Until the beginning of the 14th century, the end of the reign of Mansa Musa.
In the lX century, Islam entered West Africa brought by Berberat Muslims and Tuareg who were mostly traders. Mali was the largest and richest empire in Africa. Since the 11th century AD, Timbuktu began to be an important port. Various goods from West Africa and North Africa are traded. Among these is salt. Salt has become one of the most important commodities. Even gold. Moses has half the world's gold supply.
In the 12th century, Timbuktu was transformed into one of the famous centers of Islamic science and civilization. In the era of the glory of Islam, Timbuktu also became the leading trade center in the world. The people of Timbuktu lived a prosperous and prosperous life.
Until the beginning of the 14th century, the end of the reign of Mansa Musa. The Sankore Mosque, also known as the Sankore University, was one of the first universities ever established in the world. Three of his madrasa, namely Djinguereber, Sidi Yahya and Sankore, have 25 thousand students and are the largest university in the world.
However, now, Mali is the poorest country in the world. About 70 percent of Mali's population earns less than one US dollar every day. With a very high unemployment rate. Besides that Mali is also the country with the lowest reading level in the world.
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Article of The Mali Empire
Topics : The Mali Empire, 14th Century
Grade Level : 7-12
Keywords : The Mali Empire, Africa, Islam, 14th century
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