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Pre-Colonial African History II

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African History

I provides a comprehensive exploration of African history from its origin to precolonial times. The course is divided into five modules, each focusing on specific aspects of pre colonial African history, culture and civilization. Through this course, participants will gain insight into early African life and culture, ancient African societies, political systems, and the prominent rulers of Africa during this era.

Module Four – Empires of Africa: From Glory to Legacy

Gain insight into the great empires of Africa, including the Benin Empire, the Kingdom of Axum, the Mali Empire, the Songhai Empire, the Ashanti Empire, the Kingdom of Kongo, the Oyo Empire and the Kingdom of Buganda. Examine the rise and fall of these empires, including their economic, political, cultural, social, and technological achievements. Understanding the legacy and global impact of African empires on the modern world.

Module Five – African Legends and their Legacies

Learn about the lives and legacies of prominent African leaders such as Shaka of Zulu, Mansa Musa of Mali, Yaa Asantewaa of Ashanti, Askia Mohammed of Songhai and Nzinga of Ndongo and Matamba. An analysis of these leaders’ strategies and contributions to African history and culture is considered.

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