The Kingdom of Aksum was the center of trading.
The Horn of Africa.
the most impressive achievements were the pillars of Aksum
Ezana was the first monarch of Axum to embrace Christianity.
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
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 Christianity, which lead to the present-day Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The Kingdom was also known for being the first African state to issue its own system of coins as currency.
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.
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.
They grew powerful through trade.
As a center of a marine trading power of the Aksumite Kingdom. Historical records are otherwise unclear.
The gold coins reveal a rich diverse culture about the kingdom of Aksum.
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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 kingdom, a young Christian man from Syria who had been captured and taken into the court educated him. When Ezana finally became ruler of Aksum, he converted to Christianity and established it as the kingdom's official religion.
The spread of world religions.
gave it influence over sea trade on the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean as well.
the foreign merchants brang new idea's and beliefs,along with trade goods.
Because of is location. It was surrounded by the Red sea, Mediterranean sea, Indian ocean, and the Nile.
It has multiple parallel routes running east to west, this is correct.
They pass through many different modern countries. APEX
Trade routes, axum was the center of ancient trade. Until Islams rose to power in the seventh century. The Islams changed the trade routes.