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Axum was the capital of The Kingdom of Axum, one of the strongest empires in Africa between 100 BC and 700 AD. Axum is located in modern-day Ethiopia.
The pillars of Aksum were built. Their purpose was to celebrate great victories and achievements. The writing on them stated what great things had been done.
They were located in Africa
The Nile Kingdom Of Nubia
The capital was moved in order to get out of the way of Islamic invaders, so they moved it across the Ethiopian highlands. The capital was now isolated and, in combination with depletion of forests and soil erosion, fell shortly after the move.
Ethiopia is the African nation that traces its culture back to Axum.
The kingdom of Aksum reached its greatest power under KIng Ezana
Kingdom of Axum existed between 100 and 960 ACE. About 324 Axum converted to Christianity as a first major kingdom in the world. Before Christianity Axum was polytheistic, they had a main god Astar and his son Mahrem, who was supposedly the first ancestor of Aksumite kings, etc.
Axum (or Aksum) is the traditional capitol of Aksumite Kingdom, which later became known as Abyssinia or Ethiopia. The Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church was the state religion (or established religion or "official religion") of Ethiopia before the fall of Emperor Haile Selassie in the Revolution of...
The Kingdom of Axum was known for being the first major African nation to become Christian.
The Kingdom of Aksum was an empire located around modern Ethiopia that lasted from about 100 A.D. to 940 A.D. The kingdom reached many important milestones, and achieved a multitude of things, including a written alphabet. The Kingdom of Aksum was also the first in Africa to fully convert to...
It does, but by a different name. One of which I'm not sure of. Sorry(:
The gold coins reveal a rich diverse culture about the kingdom of Aksum.
Meroe(Cush), Beja, Hymarites(Yemen) and Also, Egyptian and the Levant
The conflict between the Christian Aksumites and the Islamic invaders.
through its location along the red sea
it was located on the east side of africa.
The primary means of exchange for Aksum merchants was coins. The  Aksum people were one of the first to make their own coins.
The decline of Axum let to what
The kingdom of Kush was located south of Egypt in present-day Sudan, and Axum was farther south in Ethiopia. The Kush kingdom ruled Egypt from around 727 BC to 653 BC. (see the related map link)
yssup (read backwards) of course -- Nooo its tnuc (backwards) gaf
Chinese did not go to Aksum to trade.
they did not have to pay trade taxes
They did not have a stable government, or any kind of complex system holding them together.
They controlled extensive trade routes that connected many cultures.
Christianity had been of significance everywhere it has been  reached.
man, idk but i kno that kings were at the top then nobles, then the citizens, then slaves. but there are alot more classes than that
Axum is a city in Northern Ethiopia
Axum -- It was located in Ethiopia, which is in eastern Africa.
Christianity and written language. Christianity came from the Roman/ Byzantine Empire. Written language came from the greeks. (Axum adopted the 'Geez' language that was invented in ancient Greece.)
The rise of Muslim cities,The decline of Judaism,and an increase in wealth and trade of Axum's neighboring kingdoms.the only one it didn't lead to was C, The Bantu uniting all of Africa.
Axum is not located in a desert. It is located in a sub tropicalhighland.
The Red Sea. Something you should have learned in Social Studies. :)
because they smell like milk hahahaa SEAMOMITE
The pillars of Aksum reveled that their culture was Christianity and that his pillar was one of the biggest pillar until it got replaced by the churches built.
When Muslim Arabs took control of the Red Sea and Indian Ocean trade, they limited Aksum trading.
what change did king ezana of aksum make in A.D 300s
The major body of water located near the Axum, is the Red Sea.
Adula was an important city in Aksum because the Roman Empire need gold to make coins, so the Roman ships often docked it in Adula. That is why Adula was an important city in Aksum.
Aksum is the name of a powerful, urban Iron Age Kingdom in Ethiopia, that flourished in the centuries before and after the time of Christ. It location made it prosper because the surrounding nations were so underdeveloped.
The religious tradition that the Axumites passed to the Ethiopians  was Christianity. Christianity believes Jesus died on the cross and  rose again.
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there are a lot of reasons one is that the Sassian Persians took over the ports of Red Sea so the Aksum people lost connections to there trades and therefore losing wealth and another reason is that the Persians started taking over more places of trades to the Aksum's and sooner or later after a few...
    The Romans were one of the greatest conquerers of their time, expanding their empire from the Britain to Egypt. They were the original inhabitant of what is known as Rome of Italy. They're main language was known as latin, which many languages such as English, Spanish, French deprived...
According to some Islamic traditions, the  people of Axum offered shelter to the family of the Muslim prophet  Muhammad during his exile from Mecca from 622 to 630 CE. For this  reason, Axum was left untouched while Muslim armies conquered the  surrounding areas. 
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At the A.D 600s, Muslims fought with the rulers of Aksum for the control of the Red Sea trade routes.
It is Aksum not, Axum -_- ... They built Obelisks
the most impressive achievements were the pillars of Aksum
Christianity becomes official religion of Axum.
The Aksumite religion was animistic character, their rites was based on astrology and worship the forces of nature in general their priests were magicians and astrologers, their temples served as observatories besides saving the statues of the gods, not much is known of the gods axumites because...
Aksum is the name of a powerful, urban Iron Age Kingdom in Ethiopia, that flourished in the centuries before and after the time of Christ. Its location made it prosper because the surrounding nations were so underdeveloped.
Axum had a very fertile area since it was located near the nile river, which served as a an exelent trade route.
Muslims conquered other areas in Africa and cut off Axum from its  lucrative trade routes.
in parts yes and no
Latitude: N 14° 7' 0.0001", Longitude: E 38° 43'  59.9999"
Axum ppl eat Carrotts,Beans,Rice,Camel,Cow(Steak), And Cheese
The Kingdom of Aksum (Aksumite Empire) covers mostly current northern Ethiopia and Eritrea.
Islam was not established until the 7th Century.
Laborers. Farmers people working to help the community one day a month
Muslim traders :) by Victoria sipes :) <3 yall  hope this helps yall 
Because i went to mcdonalds and my grandmother fought over the counter with a lightsaver and stole 9 happy meals, which is why trade is an important part to the aksum community
Aksum became a major trading hub and meeting place. Trade goods  came to this area from Arabia, Persia, India, and other parts of  Africa.
They traded ivory, frankincense, myrrh and slaves