the answer is "IN KONGO THE SLAVE TRADE WAS CONDUCTED WITHOUT ROYAL SUPPORT
It would be considered c because a divorce is an agreement of two adults who have been legally together now wanting a legal separation
The bystander effect for some reason my history teacher was talking about this
Social Studies, 05.07.2019 03:00, alexvane78
What gave portugal an advantage in the slave trade? a. a shared language with african slave traders b. a trade agreement with italian merchants c. trading posts on the african coast d. larger, faster trading ships which of the following is an example of how enslaved africans tried to preserve their culture? a. they converted to christianity. b. they introduced african musical instruments to the americas. c. they established a new asante kingdom. d. they adopted european forms of art and literature. from where did the middle passage originate? a. spain b. africa c. british north america d. spanish caribbean how did slavery in the ancient world differ from slavery in the americas? a. in the ancient world, people were slaves for life. b. in the ancient world, children of slaves were born into slavery. c. in the ancient world, slaves were often war captives or debtors. d. in the ancient world, millions of slaves were shipped from their home to other countries
History, 17.07.2019 01:10, ncontreras06
Why is the mayflower compact important? it was the first trade treaty between europe and the new world. it was the first record of births and deaths in the new world. it was the first rental arrangement for a ship to the new world. it was the first document of self-government in the new world.
History, 10.10.2019 03:30, goosenar
Describe the evolution ofthe atlantic slave trade from 1500-1850. why and how did the slave trade evolve? how did the slave trade fit into the larger history of the transatlantic, or triangular, trading system? from what parts of africawere most enslaved peoples? how did african kingdoms facilitate the slave trade? how many enslaved africans were brought to the new world? how many were specifically brought to british north america? how does olaudah equiano's narrative give us insight into the "middle passage" and the nature of slavery? on what grounds did european slave traders initially justify the slave trade? by 1700, how did most british slave traders and planters justify slavery?
How did the operation of the slave trade in kongo differ from that of whydah as described in documen...
Advanced Placement (AP), 17.03.2020 03:33
History, 17.03.2020 03:33