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Chapter 13 Section 3. The ___________ people’s migrations helped spread culture across medieval Africa. Education in African villages was carried out by the family and _______________. During the 1440s, the European Slave trade was started in Africa by _____________.

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Chapter 13 section 3

Chapter 13 Section 3

  • The ___________ people’s migrations helped spread culture across medieval Africa.

  • Education in African villages was carried out by the family and _______________.

  • During the 1440s, the European Slave trade was started in Africa by _____________.

  • The earliest known form of African art is ___________.

  • Enslaved Africans used music to remind them of their ______________.


Chapter 13 section 3

Life in Medieval Africa

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Importance of Family

Education and Community

Role of Women

How were Bantu families organized?


Chapter 13 section 3

Life in Medieval Africa

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Importance of Family

Education and Community

Role of Women

How were Bantu families organized?

> Extended families - families made up of several generations.

> Matrilineal – people traced their ancestors through their mothers rather than their fathers.

> Children were valued. Considered the link between the past and future.


Chapter 13 section 3

Life in Medieval Africa

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Importance of Family

Education and Community

Role of Women

How were Bantu families organized?

> Extended families - families made up of several generations.

> Matrilineal – people traced their ancestors through their mothers rather than their fathers.

> Children were valued. Considered the link between the past and future.

  • Families taught children history and skill needed to be an adult.

  • Stories were passed down through word-of-mouth & lessons were given through short sayings called proverbs.


Chapter 13 section 3

Life in Medieval Africa

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Importance of Family

Education and Community

Role of Women

How were Bantu families organized?

> Extended families - families made up of several generations.

> Matrilineal – people traced their ancestors through their mothers rather than their fathers.

> Children were valued. Considered the link between the past and future.

  • Families taught children history and skill needed to be an adult.

  • Stories were passed down through word-of-mouth & lessons were given through short sayings called proverbs.

  • Women were mainly wives.

  • Men had more right than women.

  • > Dahia al-Kahina – queen who led the fight against Muslim invasion.

  • > Nzinga – queen who battled the Portuguese slave traders.


Chapter 13 section 3

Life in Medieval Africa

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Importance of Family

Education and Community

Role of Women

How were Bantu families organized?

As extended families with many generations in one home.

> Extended families - families made up of several generations.

> Matrilineal – people traced their ancestors through their mothers rather than their fathers.

> Children were valued. Considered the link between the past and future.

  • Families taught children history and skill needed to be an adult.

  • Stories were passed down through word-of-mouth & lessons were given through short sayings called proverbs.

  • Women were mainly wives.

  • Men had more right than women.

  • > Dahia al-Kahina – queen who led the fight against Muslim invasion.

  • > Nzinga – queen who battled the Portuguese slave traders.


Chapter 13 section 3

Slavery & African Culture

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Slavery Within Africa

The European Slave Trade

African Art

Music, Dance, & Storytelling


Chapter 13 section 3

Slavery & African Culture

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Slavery Within Africa

The European Slave Trade

African Art

Music, Dance, & Storytelling

> Slavery existed in Africa before Europeans arrived. Africans enslaved criminals and enemies captured in war.

> As trade with Muslim merchants increased so did the slave trade. Muslims could enslave other people.


Chapter 13 section 3

Slavery & African Culture

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Slavery Within Africa

The European Slave Trade

African Art

Music, Dance, & Storytelling

> Slavery existed in Africa before Europeans arrived. Africans enslaved criminals and enemies captured in war.

> As trade with Muslim merchants increased so did the slave trade. Muslims could enslave other people.

> 1441 – Portuguese brought slaves to Europe.

> Late 1400’s – Europeans sent slaves to the Americas to work the fields.


Chapter 13 section 3

Slavery & African Culture

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Slavery Within Africa

The European Slave Trade

African Art

Music, Dance, & Storytelling

> Slavery existed in Africa before Europeans arrived. Africans enslaved criminals and enemies captured in war.

> As trade with Muslim merchants increased so did the slave trade. Muslims could enslave other people.

> Artistic expression was an important part of African culture.

> African Diaspora – spreading of African people and culture around the world.

> Cave Paintings – showed daily life, told stories, had some religious meaning.

> Wooden Masks – celebrated religious belief, showed faces of important leaders, everyday people, and European explores and traders.

> 1441 – Portuguese brought slaves to Europe.

> Late 1400’s – Europeans sent slaves to the Americas to work the fields.


Chapter 13 section 3

Slavery & African Culture

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Main idea

Slavery Within Africa

The European Slave Trade

African Art

Music, Dance, & Storytelling

> Slavery existed in Africa before Europeans arrived. Africans enslaved criminals and enemies captured in war.

> As trade with Muslim merchants increased so did the slave trade. Muslims could enslave other people.

> Artistic expression was an important part of African culture.

> African Diaspora – spreading of African people and culture around the world.

> Cave Paintings – showed daily life, told stories, had some religious meaning.

> Wooden Masks – celebrated religious belief, showed faces of important leaders, everyday people, and European explores and traders.

> 1441 – Portuguese brought slaves to Europe.

> Late 1400’s – Europeans sent slaves to the Americas to work the fields.

>Music – very important aspect of African life. Used instruments to keep beats during songs and singing.

>Dance – used during important events. Believed dance allowed spirits to express themselves.

>Enslaved Africans used music to remind them of their homelands. Their songs of hardship and religious faith grew into gospel songs.

>Jazz, Blues, Ragtime, Rock-N-Roll, & Rap are all genres of African musical tradition.

>Storytelling is also an African tradition.


Life in medieval africa

Life in Medieval Africa

  • Bantu – traveled through Southern Africa. Spread their language: Swahili throughout the region.

  • Extended families - families made up of several generations.

  • Matrilineal – people traced their ancestors through their mothers rather than their fathers.

  • Children were valued. Considered the link between the past and future.


Life in medieval africa1

Life in Medieval Africa

  • Families taught children history and skill needed to be an adult.

  • Women were mainly wives. Men had more right than women.

  • Dahia al-Kahina – queen who led the fight against Muslim invasion.

  • Nzinga – queen who battled the Portuguese slave traders.


Slavery

Slavery

  • Slavery existed in Africa before Europeans arrived. Africans enslaved criminals and enemies captured in war.

  • As trade with Muslim merchants increased so did the slave trade. Muslims could enslave other people.

  • 1441 – Portuguese brought slaves to Europe.

  • Late 1400’s – Europeans sent slaves to the Americas to work the fields.


African culture

African Culture

  • Artistic expression was an important part of African culture.

  • African Diaspora – spreading of African people and culture around the world.

  • Cave Paintings – showed daily life, told stories, had some religious meaning.

  • Wooden Masks – celebrated religious belief, showed faces of important leaders, everyday people, and European explores and traders.


African culture1

African Culture

  • Music – very important aspect of African life. Used instruments to keep beats during songs and singing.

  • Dance – used during important events. Believed dance allowed spirits to express themselves.

  • Enslaved Africans used music to remind them of their homelands. Their songs of hardship and religious faith grew into gospel songs.

  • Jazz, Blues, Ragtime, Rock-N-Roll, & Rap are all genres of African musical tradition.

  • Storytelling is also an African tradition.


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