Ancient Africa for Kids: A Captivating Guide to Ancient African Civilizations, Empires, and History by Captivating History audiobook

Ancient Africa for Kids: A Captivating Guide to Ancient African Civilizations, Empires, and History

By Captivating History
Read by Jay Herbert

Captivating History
1.46 Hours 1
Format : Digital Download (In Stock)
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    ISBN: 9798822614673

Did you know ancient Africa was so powerful that ancient traders flocked to its cities? You’ve probably heard about Egypt and the amazing pyramids they built, but did you know that there is a lot more to ancient African history than just the Egyptians? They were only a small part of Africa’s amazing history. Ancient Africa had powerful armies that fought with each other and with civilizations that weren’t even from Africa. They were also rich in things like gold, ivory, and salt, and the ancient Africans knew how to build a healthy trade network that could even cross the vast Sahara Desert. Their civilizations were wealthy and filled with beautiful art, some of which we can still see today. For years, the history of ancient Africa has been overshadowed by other ancient civilizations. Although Rome, Greece, and Byzantium were essential to ancient history, ancient Africa was also a powerhouse that some historians have overlooked. It’s time to journey into the heart of ancient African history. In this new and captivating history audiobook, you’ll learn what made ancient Africa so special and how they influenced the entire known ancient world. Here are some of the questions you will uncover deep within this audiobook. Where is the Land of the Bow? Why did the Egyptians make mummies? How many war elephants did Hannibal have? What civilization conquered Egypt? Who was the most important god in ancient Egyptian mythology? Why didn’t Carthage get along with Rome? How many different types of pyramids were there? What is the legend of King Solomon, the Queen of Sheba, and their son? Where exactly was ancient Ghana? And much, much more! Scroll up and click the “add to cart” button to learn more about the history of ancient Africa!

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Did you know ancient Africa was so powerful that ancient traders flocked to its cities?

You’ve probably heard about Egypt and the amazing pyramids they built, but did you know that there is a lot more to ancient African history than just the Egyptians? They were only a small part of Africa’s amazing history.

Ancient Africa had powerful armies that fought with each other and with civilizations that weren’t even from Africa. They were also rich in things like gold, ivory, and salt, and the ancient Africans knew how to build a healthy trade network that could even cross the vast Sahara Desert. Their civilizations were wealthy and filled with beautiful art, some of which we can still see today.

For years, the history of ancient Africa has been overshadowed by other ancient civilizations. Although Rome, Greece, and Byzantium were essential to ancient history, ancient Africa was also a powerhouse that some historians have overlooked.

It’s time to journey into the heart of ancient African history. In this new and captivating history audiobook, you’ll learn what made ancient Africa so special and how they influenced the entire known ancient world.

Here are some of the questions you will uncover deep within this audiobook.

  • Where is the Land of the Bow?
  • Why did the Egyptians make mummies?
  • How many war elephants did Hannibal have?
  • What civilization conquered Egypt?
  • Who was the most important god in ancient Egyptian mythology?
  • Why didn’t Carthage get along with Rome?
  • How many different types of pyramids were there?
  • What is the legend of King Solomon, the Queen of Sheba, and their son?
  • Where exactly was ancient Ghana?
  • And much, much more!

Scroll up and click the “add to cart” button to learn more about the history of ancient Africa!

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/History
Runtime: 1.46
Audience: Adult
Language: English