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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.
Trade routes, axum was the center of ancient trade. Until Islams rose to power in the seventh century. The Islams changed the trade routes.
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it is something in ancent africa Town in ancient Ethiopia where some believe the Ark of the Covenent is still hidden . Also called Aksum . They were an empire that took over the Nubians (competitors of egypt) in becoming the principal link to South Africa. Adopt Christianity Territorial expan…
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They were influenced by Hebrew culture, and became the first Christian state in sub-Saharan Africa.
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They both became a trading hub.
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The gold coins reveal a rich diverse culture about the kingdom of Aksum.
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Meroe(Cush), Beja, Hymarites(Yemen) and Also, Egyptian and the Levant
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The conflict between the Christian Aksumites and the Islamic invaders.
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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…
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its is king ezana
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they ate each other
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on the coast of northeastern africa
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it is Adulis Actually Axum or Aksum was the capital of the Kingdom of Aksum or Axum (c.100 - c.940) It is now in Ethiopia
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Stone pillars built by aksum kings were called STELAE
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monarchy government
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They are in africa
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The dominant subcultural narratives have diverged into two main neo-historical schools of thought (neo-narrative). The first school, socialistic constrctivists (led and later denounced, by Dr. Andrew Simonsen of Cambridge) espouses the historical implication that Ethiopian civilization pioneered the…
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King Ezana converted the Axumite Empire into Christianity.
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Axum was located in present day Ethiopia
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It is unknown!
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Most Romans lived in the high rise, rather flimsy apartments called "insulae". Because they were so densely populated, fire was always a hazard and cooking fires were the worst culprits.
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at first they followed this polytheistic religion, I'm not sure what it's called, but then at around 325 A.D., they followed Christianity
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The main trading port of Aksum was Adulis.
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Yes, Aksum did conquer Kush.
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Christianity
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the climate allows for fertile soil and vegetation
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what is the history of Aksum, Ethopia, Africa since the beginning of the Christians come to the land?
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The Axum port city
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Ezana was a sting king who rose power and took control of trading! :)
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There traders exchanged salt, ivory , cloths, brass, iron, gold, glass, olive, oil, and wine.
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The Kingdom of Aksum was the center of trading.
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99% of the local population speaks Tigrinya.
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By trading with India.
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ani hin beku JO warra beku gafadha kun afan oromotin afan adunya irratti bekamutti jiru akkasumas Africa kessatti afan sadaffa (3) ti yoo hin beyne demi baradhu
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They were all early African civilizations!
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gave it influence over sea trade on the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean as well.
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Aksum began a long slow decline after the 7th century due partly to Islamic groups contesting trade routes. Eventually Aksum was cut off from its principal markets in Alexandria, Byzantium and Southern Europe and its trade share was captured by Arab traders of the era. The Kingdom of Aksum also quar…
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The Muslims allowed Axum to remain free.
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A.d. 350
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Red Sea and the Indian Ocean made it an important trading center and contributed to its expansion and power.
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Because of is location. It was surrounded by the Red sea, Mediterranean sea, Indian ocean, and the Nile.
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Axum (also spelled Aksum) was a kingdom in northern Ethiopia. The religious tradition that the Axumites passed on to the Ethiopians was Christianity and the establishment of the Christian Church.
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Ezana was the first monarch of Axum to embrace Christianity.
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It left behind a lasting religious achievement with Ethiopian Orthodox Christianity, stone architecture, and terrace farming.
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They traded ivory, frankincense, myrrh and slaves
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its location and trade route along the Red Sea
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They were descendants of the Hebrews, but were polytheistic and believed in nature gods, then in the 4th century C.E. they adopted a sect of Christianity called Coptic from the Egyptians. In later centuries there was a large expansion of Islam through the area, but they retained Christian beliefes
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Because their religion was overpowered,so it continuously kept going and on track.
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The importance of Axum to Ethiopia was that it was the holiest center and supposedly contained the Ark. It was also one of the first multicultural exchange point between Christians and Arabs.
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I have no idea that's wat im tryin 2 figur out
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It is called Stelae.
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the foreign merchants brang new idea's and beliefs,along with trade goods.
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Haha! Do you go to Saguaro High School in Arizona? Just wondering because I'm looking for the same answer online with the exact wording.This is why they became Christians:AKSUM BECOMES CHRISTIAN- Ezana succeeded to the throne as an infant after the death of his father. While his mother ruled the kin…
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It was never a colony, it was an East African Empire...
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lol hey what up guys anyway th answer is axum was a trading center becuase it just did and it combined thoe 3 continets because it jusy did and i love nick and kevin and ben
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King Ezana of Axum converted to Christianity.
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The Horn of Africa.
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they did not belived in god
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The actual religion is Christianity. It was made Christianity by King Ezana.
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they had many ways. some of them were trade, there ruler was very god a leading and led them to great power. 8=>----
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...It's location along the red sea!
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The rise of axsum was after the declining of zagwee dynesity by king ezana who was first accepted Christianity.
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He changed their religion to christianity.
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1.) Axum owed its strength to the red sea. 2.) In 334 A.D. king Ezana made Christianity the official religion. 3.) Axum fought neighboring Kush for control of trade routes to inland Africa.
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Andulis
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The monks played an important role in writing and interpreting the history and traditions of the Ethiopian kingdom.
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salt, ivory, cloth, brass, iron, gold glass olive oil, and wine (lol wine)
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As a center of a marine trading power of the Aksumite Kingdom. Historical records are otherwise unclear.
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For several reasons, soil exhaustion, farmers growing crops for hundreds of years, over time it became more difficult for farmers to produce enough food to support the population
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it was successful because it was the most powerful state and centrally located between the eastern empire and Persia
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It's location along the red sea.
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Axum is now where modern day Ethiopia is.
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it didnt blend because no trades were aailble
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Aksum farmers build canals, dams, and holding ponds to bring mountain water to the feilds.
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King Ezana of Aksum established the kingdom's official religion of Christianity during his reign.
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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.
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