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Where was the empire of Axum located?

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Axum was located in present day Ethiopia


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The Axum Kingdom was located in present day Ethiopia.


Axum is not located in a desert. It is located in a sub tropical highland.


it was successful because it was the most powerful state and centrally located between the eastern empire and Persia


Axum -- It was located in Ethiopia, which is in eastern Africa.


The major body of water located near the Axum, is the Red Sea.




Carthage was terminated in 146 BCE. Axum was from early in the following millennium.


It was never a colony, it was an East African Empire...



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.)


Muslims conquered other areas in Africa and cut off Axum from its lucrative trade routes.


Muslims conquered other areas in Africa and cut off Axum from its lucrative trade routes.


Axum had a very fertile area since it was located near the nile river, which served as a an exelent trade route.



Axum, a new power located in what is now Ethiopia.


The decline of Axum let to what


Axum is now where modern day Ethiopia is.


Kaleb of Axum died in 540.


Muslims conquered other areas in Africa and cut off Axum from its lucrative trade routes.


No one knows for sure when the kingdom of Axum began. Axum was located just south of Kush on a high plateau. Today the countries of Ethiopia and Eritrea are located here. Axum had access to the Red Sea.By 50 CE, traders, using the Silk Road, came to Axum for its salt, gold, and gems. Animal products such as ivory, rhinoceros horns, and tortoise shells were also traded in the marketplace. In return they brought with them silk, spices, olive oil, wine, brass, and iron.But Axum wanted more, which led to the people setting their sights on Kush. Taking over Kush gave Axum access not only to the Red Sea but also to the Nile River. This opened even more trading markets in Egypt and the Mediterranean area. Greco-Romantraders often came to Axum. These traders offered many goods, such as steel and cloth.


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The Roman Empire, of course, the Parthian Empire, most parts of the Arabian Peninsula, Ethiopia (both Meroe and Axum), and probably the "Syro-Malabar" parts of India.



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