The Mali Empire. By Lizt Garcia Period 3 . Important Figures:. Religion. The Mali Empire had an older polydaemonistic religion where they believed in "the spirits of the land"
The Mali Empire
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The Mali Empire had an older polydaemonistic religion where they believed in "the spirits of the land"
This changed in the 13th century when the trans-Sahara people who traded with the Mali, started telling them about the Islamic religion. Soon enough people started to convert into the religion.
After this huge conversion one of the rulers named Mansa Kankan Musa I started giving goods to trans-Sahara trade
While trading in other countries with Mali, they spent most of there time talking and spreading the news about the Islamic religion. Many people were starting to convert to the Islamic religion because of this.