What goods did the songhai empire trade?
The Songhai empire traded mostly salt and gold.
Mali's empire helped songhai controll trade routes and it made songhai richer
The Songhai empire controled the gold and salt trade, which gave them their money and power over West Africa.
The Songhai Empire grew by having a rich salt reserve and great soil. Also with the sub-saharan trade it made the songhai empire very rich.
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In the 1500's many goods were traded such as, kola nuts, gold and slaves. These goods were exchanged for textiles, horses, salt and luxury goods. The people who traded these goods were mainly farmers, but when the slaves were sold, they were sold by the people who ran the slave trade.
trade was crucial to the survival of ghana mali and songhai because they needed tax and other goods to take are of their teritory.
Because the Portuguese dominated the Saharan trade routes.
Songhai became a powerful empire because they controlled the river and trade with peoples to the north and south. Thus, they started gaining both wealth and power.
the Mali Empire
sunni ali kept Songhai a strong empire because he stretched more than 1000 miles of land. he also encouraged more trade,which helped Songhai remain a strong empire until the end of the 1500s
The empires of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai controlled West Africa between A.D. 1000 and 1500. Each empire thrived on the trade of goods across the Sahara and was affected by the exchange of culture and belief systems along the trade routes. As each empire declined, the next empire took its place. Many great kings led these empires-for example, Mali's Mansa Musa-and they helped spread West African culture and resources around the world. One such resource… Read More
Empire of Songhai
What African kingdom founded in 1464 became a powerful empire through the control of the trans Saharan trade?
The Songhai Empire.
Salt and gold.
Gold and salt
They were both West African Kingdoms that were based on trade.
Songhai Empire ended in 1591.
The capital of the Songhai Empire is Gao.
The Songhai Emprire is different from the Ghana Emprire and Mali Empire because the Songhai Empire came after the Mali Empire and Ghana Empire.
The Mali Empire came before the Songhai Empire.
The Songhai Empire was in West Africa.
Some people from Europe came over and took every thing that they had including women,goods and slaves
Foodstuffs, textiles, minerals and gems, timber.
By trade of course, and expanding the empire throughout West Africa.
the Songhai empire was defeated due to the lack of modern use of weapons by the Songhai military
Songhai empire is in west africa
The Songhai Empire lasted from around 1340 to 1591.
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The trade carried out in the Aztec empire was usually done by barter, or the exchange of goods without the use of money.
The languages of the Songhai Empire in Africa included: Songhai Malinké Mandinka Fulani Bozo Soninke Hausa Mooré
Gao was the capital of the Songhai Empire.
songhai empire was the capitol of gao
The Gupta empire grew wealthy from trade. Salt, cloth, and iron were common goods traded in India.
They would create a large empire, allowing for the spread of ideas and goods within the empire.
The city that was once the center of the Mali empire and became the center of the Songhai empire was Gao
The Songhai (also Songhay) Empire fell in 1612. The empire was defeated by the Moroccans in 1519 and then fell into anarchy and the empire came to a sudden close in 1612.
I think it was the Songhai empire in Africa.
Mountains made the transport of goods for trade more difficult.
Yes. The Songhai Empire was the largest empire that West Africa and even Africa had ever seen.
Songhai traded gold and salt
The Songhai Empire no longer exists. It ended in about 1591.
of infighting among Songhai subjects.
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The Sorko people who lived along the middle Niger, east of Mali, built the Songhai empire.
The Songhai Interacted with mostly european. Mainly Portuguese and dutch.
Both the growth of the city of Rome and of the Roman Empire affected trade. The conquered peoples were integrated into the economic system of the empire and became part of the thriving and vast trading network of the empire. Goods for trade were produced all over the empire and transported and sold around the four corners of the empire. As Rome grew into the largest city antiquity ever saw, it became the centrepiece of… Read More