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    Ghana Empireball, history of the entire world, I guess

    Ghana Empireball or Wagadouball was a pre-colonial African countryball. It was anschulssed by Almoravidball in the 11th century.


    The Empire had no name then came to be called Ghana (meaning "warrior chief") which is actually the title of the leaders of that empire. It was probably founded during the 300s decade, from that date until 770 CE, its first rulers constituted the dynasty of the Magas, a Berber family, although the people his subject to be constituted by blacks of the soninkes tribes. In 770, the Magas were overthrown by the soninkes, and the empire expanded greatly under the dominion of Kaya Maghan Sisse, that was king around 790. At that time, the Empire of Ghana began to acquire a reputation of being a land of gold. It reached the maximum of its glory during the 10th century and it attracted the attention of the Kebabs. After many years of struggle, the Berber Almoravids dynasty came to power, although it did not hold it for a long time. The empire declined and, in 1240, was destroyed by the Empire of Mali. The soninkes inhabited the region south of the Sahara desert. This people was organized in tribes that constituted a great empire. This empire was commanded by kings known as wizard magicians. They lived from animal husbandry, agriculture and fishing. They inhabited a region with large reserves of gold. They drew gold to trade for other products with the people of the desert ( Berberballs). The region of Ghana has become, over time, an area of ​​intense commerce. The inhabitants of the empire payed taxes to the nobility, which was formed by the magician-witch, his relatives and friends. A powerful army made the protection of the lands and the commerce that was practiced in the region. In addition to paying taxes, the villages were to contribute with soldiers and peasants who worked in the lands of the nobility

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