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Mansa Musa ruled the west african kingdom of Mali. Mansa Musa emphasized the wealth , power and importance of Mansa Musa
Mansa musa believed in the religion of Islam.
No. Mansa Musa was the ruler of the Mali Empire.
two adjectives for a Mansa Musa
Well go on mansa musa .com i tried it.
Mansa Musa traveled to Mecca,from Mali,in 1324.
Sundiata and Mansa Musa benfited Mali , because Mansa Musa expanded the Mali empire after Sundiata died in 1255.Mansa Musa derives from same social layer as Sundiata, who started this complex.
Mansa Musa was a generous ruler who would give out gold bars to poor people. Mansa Musa was Muslim.
mansa musa loved to sell and trade his slaves for money. mansa musa loved to trade and sell his slaves for money. by: devin kitson
mansa musa was well know for his pilgrimage and for his promotion and his prosperity!
abu bakril was his father,before mansa musa died in 1337.
Mansa Musa made a pilgrimage to Mecca in 1324!:
Mansa Musa started his hajj in 1324. By then he had ruled for 12 years.
Mansa Musa, a Muslim deep down,traveled to Mecca in 1324.
cause he wanted lot's and lot's of money why mansa musa explored
The failure to leave a plan for inheriting the throne was the downfall of Mansa Musa.
Mansa Musa was a famous leader of the Malian Empire in the 14th century.
Mansa Musa encouraged becoming educated by studying a lot
Mansa Musa did not force people to become muslim.
Mansa Musa was the title given to the emperor or the king of kings of the wealthy Mali empire.
Mansa Musa was a great ruler. He made China's trade system one of the best in the world. After Mansa Musa died the people fought on who should be the next ruler. The next ruler did not expand the trade system like Mansa Musa.
Mansa Musa was a descendent of the Mandinka people. Mansa Musa ascended the Mali throne in 1307 after a period of turmoil after the death of his predecessor, Mansa Uli.
He left from the city of Niani. Niani was a city south of Timbuktu in the Mali Empire, which Mansa Musa was the Mansa(or emperor) of.
He was a Muslim. His religion was Islam. Although Mansa Musa was the most famous ruler of Muslim