L. p. http:// www.sagatours.com/malianlifestyles.html. http:// www.wjcc.k12.va.us/djm/Ancient_Civilizations/Mali/maliclimate.html. http://www.sacred-destinations.com/mali/great-mosque-of-djenne.htm. http://africa.mrdonn.org/mansamusa.html. Great mosque in Djenne. The great mosque in Djenne
The great mosque in Djenne
Is the largest mud brick
Building in the world.
Traditional Western African music have many
Different melodies and rhythms. Many
instruments are played such as : flutes and many
Sorts of different drums.
The preferred kind food in Mali
are rice, peanut, sugar, and oil.
Celebrating and singing
In Ancient Mali lots of story telling
were being told. They would sing and pray.
They would tell stories about the great leaders of Mali.
One of the most famous story they would tell is
about Sundjata, the Lion King founder of the Mali empire.
Traditional Gold mining
Feeding the family’s sheep
Preparing a divination ceremony
Hot and Dry = February - June
Rainy and humid = June - November
Cool and dry = November - February
Mali did not change much since the past.
They still eat the same things and have the
Mansa Musa was a great emperor
Ancient Mali. His religion was Islam.