Musa I (c. 1280 - c. 1337), commonly referred to as Mansa Musa, was the tenth Mansa, which translates as King of Kings or Emperor , of the Malian Empire.
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“This is the richest man ever in history! His net worth was $400 Billion! . mansa musa
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🔥 of course fam Mansa Musa king of Mali Richest man to ever live
According to research Mansa Musa, the West African King, was the wealthiest man who ever lived. $400 Billion
The richest man in the history of the world, Mansa Musa.
Mansa musa(Egyptian Pharoah)* was the richest person in the history of the world but we know little about him...
A film about Mansa Musa I of Mali would be great the kind of black history I actually want to see in the media
Mansa Musa lived in in the 1300's, a full 200yrs before the Trans Atlantic Slave Trade.. He was Muslim.
I google Mansa Musa and wealthiest "HUMAN BEING" to ever live pops up... he was African too. Lol yhu O_o.
I need a miniseries about Sundiata, Mansa Musa, and Askiya Muhammad, just like the Shaka Zulu one. Please and thank you!
Black History: The Richest Man of all time. King Mansa Musa wasn’t just the 1% of the 14th century —…
Hey everybody let's run into someone's house take it over and say we discovered it. *** we might even get a holiday named after us ...craziest thing about 'Christopher Come-found-us' is that he thought he landed in Asia ..He was also led by Moors who had previous knowledge of the new world..OK let's forget Colombus... and talk about Mali's Abubakari II the Great of the Mali Empire (see Mansa Musa)who set out on a 400 ship exploration & trading expedition 200 years before Columbus a matter of fact Columbus himself wrote that he found West African Gold when he arrived..Oops! Not withstanding all this... skeletons of the Black aborigines found in Brazil are over 10,000yrs old that's before native Indians, phoneicians and even the Mongoloid race in a nutshell Africans were here when Canada was a big sheet if ice ...So stop giving Columbus credit for his home invasion
Mansa Musa was a rich Mali king. Rappers know their history. Good rappers
Nothin wrong with teaching our kids about the folks in the bible but shouldn't they know more about the Africans like mansa musa/Imhotep
My history isn't slavery, my history is greatness ... My history isn't slave ships, my history is pyramids.. My history isn't welfare checks and low intelligence, my history is Mansa Musa & W. E. B. Dubois ...
King Mansa Musa is the RICHEST man ever to walk the earth! A BLACK man they won't tell you that though…
I wonder how many people know that the richest man ever to walk this earth was the African King Mansa Musa I (Emperor Moses) and was estimated to have been worth the equivalent of $400 billion in today’s currency.
All these *** claiming king but I'm still that Kingrome , Mansa Musa!
"King Hova, Mansa Musa /Told my lot, the devil is a lie, I'm the truth ya/
Journey to Timbuktu (2009) Part Ten After returning to the Imam’s house, we were seated in the room we had previously occupied. However, now the room was illuminated with the light beaming from the faces of religious scholars, both young and old. The senior scholars were all adorned with the blue gowns that are the hallmark of scholars throughout West Africa and the Western Sahara region. They also were handsomely adorned with stately turbans, all meticulously wrapped in a common fashion. The younger scholars were all wearing Arab style thawbs of various colors. None were dressed in the traditional blue, nor were they wearing turbans. As we began our session of discussion and questions and answers, it was clear that the older scholars, as demonstrated by the Imam of Timbuktu earlier, were more comfortable speaking French than Arabic, with the exception of two or three who did not know French. As for the younger scholars, all of them had studied in Arab countries, —Egypt, Morocco, Libya, Tunis, or Sa . ...
Good mornen ppl. I have been discussen this *** is thee new black position since yesterday, and I try with all that is in me not to disrespect others but as you know mistakes are made... lol Ok let me clear up one thing, when you discuss thee points of sexuality with some one who is not under thee influence of thee mainstream leave your old bag of tricks at home. Homosexuality is not a thing of genetics no matter how many homosexual doctors say it is... thee only things in this life that We have no control over is RACE, GENDER, and FAMILY everything else is a choice. Now you all have a Blessed and Peaceful day... Truth @ Mansa Musa Bakari.com
Black History Month ends tomorrow so ill retire my Mansa Musa name after Friday
It was all over social media in the "I know who Mansa Musa is now" but few connected it back to his earlier line in the same verse
Free Mason is definitely not better than Devil is a Lie. Dudes werent even catching certain lines. Mansa Musa line went over heads
1375 Catalan map showing Mansa Musa, king of Timbuktu & the richest man who ever lived via
All these Niggaz claiming king but I'm still that, king Hova, Mansa Musa... “Gettn white money but am still black”
i compare myself to King Mansa Musa of Mali who was named richest man of all time...
Y'all make Mansa Musa a trending topic.all faith will be restored lol.
Africans were born to be colosal beings...we built the pyramids-nubians we have the wealthiest man in human history-Mansa musa Ethiopia was never colonised...PROUD AFRICAN
the richest man of all time is a black dude named Mansa Musa.
The Emperor Mansa Musa from Mali is known to be (and still is) the richest man in all of history. He established islamic schools, mosques and made Timbuktu an important trading centre. He had so much money that on his pilgrimage to Mecca he gave so much gold in charity that it depressed it's value for 12 years!
"Black History "M"onth" is winding down. But stay reminded that "History and Time" can easily B reviewed, and "M"possible 2 B re-used. So lets make the "M"oment count. When "Dream Killers" like haters and family and friends included, tell us we can or can not ... they may have a lot to do with why we only get one "MARTIN, MUHAMMAD, MALCOLM, MARCUS, MANDELLA, MANSA MUSA or BARACK OBAMA. (BobCat/CATSKILLS)
Bout to change my name to Mansa Musa
The history of Mansa Musa, and his brother Abubakari, rulers of the empire Mali, and the Phoenicians: There are many scholarly sources that tell of Mansa Musa's golden caravan crossing the Sahara. The wealth and splendor he displayed on this journey were the talk of the Middle East and Europe for many years. One medieval map called him the king of all of Africa. Another European map from the fourteenth century, found in the Atlas Catalan, described Mansa Musa's Mali this way: "So abundant is the gold which is found in his country that he is the richest and most noble king in all the land. " During Mansa Musa's reign, the Malian Empire was larger than Egypt and its wealth far greater. The story that Abubakari commissioned a fleet of ships to sail across the Atlantic Ocean in the fourteenth century has also been documented by a number of historians. And some of then point to traditional African roundhouses, huge stone carvings of heads with African facial features, and black skinned people in Mexico and Br ...
Mansa Musa Mansa Musa captured the attention of the Arab world when he left his home in the West African kingdom of Mali to make a pilgrimage to Mecca in 1324. Unlike his grandfather Sundiata, Mansa Musa was a devout Muslim. A Muslim is a person who practices Islam. Islamic law requires that all faithful Muslims make a hajj, or holy visit, to the city on the Arabian Peninsula where Islam developed. Mansa Musa was a very rich king. He was said to have taken more than 500 people with him on the hajj, each carrying a staff of solid gold. When Mansa Musa passed through the Egyptian city of Cairo, legends say he gave away so much gold that the price of gold fell, and the economy was affected for more than twenty years. The appearance of a wealthy king from a faraway land made a deep impression on the people he encountered, causing Mali to appear on maps throughout the Middle East and Europe. For the first time, sub-Saharan Africa became well known north of the Sahara Desert. The kingdom of Mali eventually weak ...
Who is mansa musa? Musa I ( 1280 – 1337), was the tenth Mansa, which translates as "King of Kings" or "Emperor", of the wealthy Mali Empire. Musa was a devout Muslim and his pilgrimage toMecca, a command ordained by Allah according to core teachings of Islam, made him well-known across northern Africa and the Middle East. Musa made his pilgrimage in 1324, his procession reported to include 60,000 men, 12,000 slaves who each carried 4-lb. gold bars, heralds dressed in silks who bore gold staffs, organized horses and handled bags. Musa provided all necessities for the procession, feeding the entire company of men and animals. Also in the train were 80 camels, which varying reports claim carried between 50 and 300 pounds of gold dust each
But none have ever reached the stature of King Mansa Musa who was the richest black man who ever lived.
KNOWN HISTORY OF AFRICA'S TIMELINE 100,000 BC Humans migrate from Africa to other parts of the world C. 3,118 BC King Menes unites the kingdoms of Upper and Lower in Egypt C. 2,600 BC The first pyramid is built in Egypt C. 2,000 BC Bantu speaking people begin to migrate southwards C. 1,700 BC The kingdom of Kush arises south of Egypt 814 BC The city of Carthage is founded in Tunisia C. 650 BC Iron working spreads in North Africa 30 BC Egypt becomes a province of the Roman Empire C. 50 AD The kingdom of Axum arises in what is now Ethiopia C. 350 AD Bantu speaking people arrive in Zambia 202 BC The Romans defeat Carthage at the battle of Zama in North Africa C. 500 AD Iron working reaches southern Africa 642 AD The Arabs conquer Egypt C. 650 AD Muslims travel across the Sahara on camels to trade 698 AD The Arabs capture Carthage C. 800 AD Trading towns are formed on the east coast of Africa C. 1100 AD The kingdom of Ife in Nigeria becomes important C. 1300 AD The kingdom of Benin in Nigeria becomes importan ...
Feb 25th, Moment In Black History: ABUBAKARI II Abubakari II was a prince of the Mali Empire, the predecessor of Mansa Musa. Abubakari II appears to have abdicated his throne in order to explore "the limits of the ocean"; however, his expedition never returned. Malian scholar Gaoussou Diawara has argued that he reached the Americas some time in the early 14th century, but these claims have not been widely accepted. A grandson of a daughter of the great ruler Sundiata (reigned 1230-1255), the founder of the Keita dynasty, Mansa (emperor) Abubakari became ruler of Mali in 1300. His younger half brother was Kankan Musa, who later became the famous Mansa Musa. As ruler of one of the largest empires in the world at that time, Abubakari sought to increase the power and influence of Mali even further. While his brother was interested in extending the borders of the empire to the east, toward Cairo, Abubakari apparently focused on westward expansion by exploring the waters to the west of his kingdom. Unlike most ...
This week is about Mansa Musa. This Emperor of Mali is one of the greatest leaders that Alkebulan (Africa) has ever known. He is someone that I personally admire and will seek guidance from in terms of business, leadership and greatness. He has contributed a lot to the building blocks of Alkebulan a...
The richest man who ever lived was Black. Mansa Musa of Mali. My formal schooling left that out every February. Wonder why?
BLACK HISTORY FACT...Malian sailors got to America in 1311 AD, 181 years before Columbus. An Egyptian scholar, Ibn Fadl Al-Umari, published on this sometime around 1342. In the tenth chapter of his book, there is an account of two large maritime voyages ordered by the predecessor of Mansa Musa, a king who inherited the Malian throne in 1312. This mariner king is not named by Al-Umari, but modern writers identify him as Mansa Abubakari II.
He strengthened Islam and promoted education, trade, and commerce in Mali. Laying the foundations for Walata, Jenne, and Timbuktu to become the cultural and commercial centers of North Africa (Walker 2005). Infact Timbuktu became one of the major cultural centers of not only Africa but of the entire Islamic world producing Arabic-language black literature in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. Mansa Musa ruled for 25 years, bringing prosperity and stability to Mali and expanding the empire he inherited. Mali achieved the apex of its territorial expansion under Mansa Musa. The Mali Empire extended from the Atlantic coast in the west to Songhai far down the Niger bend to the east: from the salt mines of Taghaza in the north to the legendary gold mines of Wangara in the south. In conclusion He brought stability and good government to Mali, spreading its fame abroad and making it truly “remarkable both for its extent and for its wealth and a striking example of the capacity of black Africans for politica ...
Mansa Musa, ‘The Lion of Mali’ was the tenth mansa, better known as “king of kings” or “emperor”, of the Malian Empire of Mali West Africa. He became one of the most powerful and wealthiest leaders of his time. He made Mali’s name renowned in the imaginations of European and Islamic countries In the 14th century. The wealth he commanded, social customs and grandeur of his court, led to the kingdom of Mali being internationally revered He is most noted for his pilgrimage to Mecca which put Mali on the map, Degraft-Johnson (1998) noted, ‘It was in 1324 … that the world awoke to the splendour and grandeur of Mali. There across the African desert, and making its way to Mecca, was a caravan of a size which had never before been seen, a caravan consisting of 60,000 men. They were Mansa Musa’s men, and Mansa Musa was with them. He was not going to war: he was merely going to worship at Mecca. The huge caravan included a personal retinue of 12,000 servants, all dressed in brocade and Persian s ...
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The Chicago Lighthouse is going to remember me forever. I am the realest *** the lighthouse has ever seen. I never said yessuh massa to nobody I killed white folk everyday with my melanated skin color and dominance as a black man. I am Nat Turner AND Mansa Musa of The Chicago Lighthouse. 💯
Need to get back to work but I am loving the time that I am getting to read. Did you know that the richest man ever was Mansa Musa a African Emperior. Did you know that there were at least 7 black Presidents before Obama. They were: John Hanson, Thomas Jefferson,Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln,Warren Harding, Calvin Coolidge & Dwight D Eisenhower
Real moorish maps. El Nino Alonzo provided Christopher Columbus with the map used to navigate to the americas. Christopher Columbus was notorious for his inability to navigate the seas, hence he hired a moor [El Nino]. The map on the right is an original map from Mansa Musa and the Mali Empire, THE REAL MOORS!
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"Richest People in History..." and African King Mansa Musa is number one
yeah i knew bout mansa musa, but i didnt know he was thought of as the richest. Good stuff tho. I like carnegie 2
Mansa Musa, 14th C emperor of West Africa worth $400 billion - richest person of all time!
Mansa Musa was worth 400 billion dollars.. *** *** ??
BLACK HISTORY : Mansa Musa FROM MALI, AFRICA DISCOVERED AMERICA IN 1324 MORE THAN 100 YEARS BEFORE Christopher Columbus. THEY ALSO ENVADED SPAIN WHICH IS A REASON FOR THEIR DARK SKIN COLOR. Once he got to the Americas, Columbus records numerous examples of Muslims already present. He commented on the gold that the natives had, which was made the same way, in the same alloy, as the Muslims of West Africa did. Furthermore, Columbus records that the native word in that area for gold is guanin, which is very similar to the Mandinka word for gold, ghanin, which probably comes from the Arabic word for wealth, ghina’. In 1498, Columbus recorded seeing a ship loaded with goods, heading towards America, filled with Africans who were probably on their way to trade with Native Americans. Columbus also records in his journal that Native Americans told him of black Africans who came regularly to trade with them. Even Columbus knew that he was not the first to cross the Atlantic Ocean.
Mansa Musa King of Richest man who ever lived!
King Mansa Musa the richest man to ever walk the earth he had half the worlds salt &…
Black History month is February: much respect to men like, Sumanguru Kante, Mansa Musa, Sundiata, Mari Djatah, Kunta Kinte, Jomo Kenyetta, Julius Nyere, Haile Selassie I, Osagyefo Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, Ben Bella, Steve Biko, Walter Sizulu, Chaka Zulu many more to mention but few! Africans we must stick to our past and not to be part takers of festivals that is from the west that we just have little information about! Fire on Valentine!!
This is my reply to the so-called 8th Pan-African Congress in South Africa: Bismillah-Ar-Rahman Nir-Raheem, [ In the name of God, Most Gracious, Most Merciful] As-Salaam-Alaikum, [Peace upon You] I greet you in the way of my ancestors from the ancient and most powerful dynasty that Africa has ever seen, the Songhai Dynasty. I come to you in peace, although that is not what you have shown us as, Africans from the north, and to the majority of Africans who are suffering from foreign intervention and occupation. The way that you have conducted the PAC South African Conference was not only a disappointment for Africa but a foolish sham, and a utter disgrace to those of us who truly love mother Africa. You accomplished nothing more than a beginning of your own end as representatives of our mother, who has given us so much, and only asked that we find someway to get along, so that we may save her from the exploitation and the destruction of the Americans, Europeans, and Chinese. At this very moment mother Afric ...
hol up Jay called himself Mansa Musa in this song? oh snap, cuh got no chill.
I spend the day with my son noa. Today n I was telling him about black history month.. And he ask. Where is the poorest country on earth is it Africa and I said yes and he said where is the richest n I say Africa n he stop n look at me for a minute n said are you sure dad. N I said google. Mansa musa 1.
Emperor Mansa Musa of Mali. 14th century African king, the 10th ruler of the Malian empire which…
Read and learn fam don't be a fool of his HIS-STORY !! Who said afrikans sold us ? And you're a fool Now what was your status jurisdiction sovereign ? And what was the europeans status jurisdiction and sovereign before 1492 ? You don't know the real story but i will give you a hint !!Eva Mendez will tell you her last name was spanish cuban and i will laugh because MENDE was afrikan period and if you connect the dots that is if you're a scholar you can see the missing link in the paint !! The third atlantic there europeans version before they took the black colonies of the Mendes mandinka territories in north amerikkka fam afrikans are here long before the *** it was a coup detat of 1492 and guess who died that same year Mansa Musa and why did columbus suddenly discover amerikkka ? Check the spanish name Mendez and afrikan Mende now connect the dots the *** kids who overthrown there fathers . Icampton Iblical Copyrights 2001 .
Where you sit determines what you see..so it is the people that touch the work daily that know the work. Thank God for the opportunity through his grace to work with our children daily. LUKE 1:17. Its Black History Month 2mrw . Our children need to know Dumas, Latimer,Bessie Coleman,Mansa Musa, Wheatley, cj walker, and who built the pyramids. Touch the work so youll know this work
The richest man the world has ever seen. Mansa Musa
Yes Ethiopia is known as Christian nation but in reality Muslim population in Ethiopia are almost 70% of the about 80million so it means Muslims in Ethiopia are 56 million (56 000 000)!! Ortodox-Christian government and USA, Russia and Europeans report always that Ethiopian Muslims are minority about 28million but these figures are political and western crusaders propaganda just like the Spanish&Portuguese Catholic crusaders claim to be first to have discovered Americas 1492!!! Chinese Ming Dynasty was first to Discover Americas 1421!! 70 years before the Spanish and Portuguese Catholic-Crusaders and before Christopher Colombus was even born! ! West African Kingdom and its leader his Royal Excellence King Mansa Musa and his men was second after the Chinese to Discover the Americas and before the European Crusaders where able to travel by sea because the European Criminal Empire is the world's latest and Most Horrific and worst Leadership humanity ever seen in documented human history! !
Mansa Musa.. the richest man that ever lived
Mansa Musa 14th Century African King, ruler of Mali, the richest man in history. Net-worth of $400…
In life you have to be willing to cut the dead weight.
We all say never but never just like forever is a mighty long time.-King Marvin Mansa Musa
King Mansa Musa 1, Emperor of Mali in the 14th century was a devout Muslim, its on record that he built a new mosque e…
Im over everything, im ready for the next chapter
Rite name look like sum u c off Greek mythology *** bakar frfr do look like Mansa musa
females in ya country walking around lookin Mansa Musa lol
Mansa Musa. Important king of mali from 1312-1337.
Im a Hallow man but i dont Follow man nor do i Swallow ham..i read books from ancient to i can stay Wise like Solomon..Call me Mansa Musa Above & Beyound..Peace 2da Godz!
DID YOU KNOW THAT: Mansa Musa was one of the great kings of Mali. He ruled during the golden age and was noted for not fighting religious wars. Also allowing religious freedom in his country, applying Muslim law with a reserved hand, and often performing mandinka rituals. He is also known for his extravagant Hajj that is said to have depressed the price of gold. NOW YOU KNOW
Need one of u name a song after another *** rappers to make a song called "Marty Kaan", "Jordan Belfort" or "Mansa Musa".GO
I've never learned anything about Mansa Musa, he isn't apart of ANY curriculum. He was the wealthiest man to ever live...
Of course you can leave out kings (like Moguls). But then same should be applied for No. 1 in the rich list, the King Mansa Musa.
Mansa Musa I of (1280 - 1337) is the richest human being in history with a personal net worth of $400 billion.
In the year 1324 A.D. The African King Mansa Musa was the richest man in the world. Mansa Musa gave away 500 Million in gold on his pilgramge to the holy city of Mecca. BLACK HISTORY FACT
Think about it: the richest man to ever live was an African man in the 14th century named Mansa Musa, his worth added up to 400 billion $
The richest human in the history of the WORLD was an AFRICAN King in the 1300's.. Mansa Musa..
you can post that, but you don't know Mansa Musa
Mansa Musa teach me thy ways of making money. I want to be a millionaire so freaking bad
Woke Up feeling inspired by Mansa Musa. The Wealthiest man to ever walk the earth, 400…
Mansa Musa an Emperor of Mali was the richest man to EVER live. His gold had gold! Goes to show you we…
"Mansa musa" the richest person known n History so happens ta be an African King!…
The richest man in history was mansa musa an AFRICAN KING 😳
Rsj Braimah What is black history? The history lessons that I have been taught in the American school system is “black American” history dating from the advent of slavery in America to the present. Thanks to my exposure and academic prowess I was able to learn about people such as mansa musa whose name means “kings of kings”, Queen Amina of Zaria, Sokoto caliphate, Mali Empire, Songhai Empire, Kanem-Bornu Empire, and Oyo Empire.Is all there is to black history, slavery and civil rights? Or is this black American history? Because black history encompass over a billion people and multiple countries. I believe that, allowing the media and society to segment black history to a particular group of black people is what has created the “relevance/irrevalence” of black history “month”.
Mansa Musa was the wealthiest man to EVER live on this earth and yes he was of African descent 😁
aw no never that...until im WEALTHY like Mansa Musa I still have room to grow
Mansa Musa... Richest man that has ever lived... Emperor Of Mali The Ghana Empire... Estimated worth with inflation adjusted $400 Billion...
woke up feeling like Mansa Musa today... everyday.
I bet you didn't know the richest person in history was a black man who lived in Africa.. Mansa Musa.
Islam was termed "Mali Religion" in Yoruba land cos it came during a time of Mansa Musa a king of the Malian Empire
Richest man in human existence was AFRICAN King Mansa Musa I - $400 BILLION! (Gold and Salt…
this guy Mansa Musa essentially established south America he sent 500 ships of Africans here
The only time recorded in history that one man directly controlled the price of gold in the Mediterranean ...was during the reign of King Mansa Musa of the ancient Mali Empire.
Black history fact: The richest man to ever live. Mansa Musa I of Mali. He was so rich that when he decided to give out gold, he offset the economic system.
Mansa Musa I of Mali – the obscure 14th century African king who was today named the richest person in…
It's funny how everybody is posting these "people don't care about black history month" statuses. that may be true and it's a shame but after you say that, please don't go into a cliche rant about Dr king. what about Mansa Musa?? Do you even know who that is?? And PLEASE don't talk about how great Nelson Mandela was supposed to be if you can't even spell apartheid, let alone explain what it was.
Known today as the richest man in history, Mansa Musa’s net worth has been valued at around $400 billion. Wow!
Mansa musa,Who that guy? HistoricalPics: Richest People in History. Bill Gates is only no. 9, staggering amounts!. .
You can say whatever you want just know that your actions are always louder than your voice-King Marvin Mansa Musa
Reading about Mansa Musa was pretty interesting, always thought John. D Rockefeller was the richest man in history
Lol I said that like alot of people actually know who mansa musa was
One day ill be the female mansa musa
“Mansa Musa of Mali, wealthiest man in history, was an African king. Net worth: $400,000,000,000.
So...Mansa Musa is the richest man to have ever lived!!
The Sankore university among others in Mali, Africa during 1400-1700's was one of the epicentres for learning math science and other subjects. Books were mor e valuable than salt. Check out Mansa Musa.
The richest human of all history is actually African (Mansa Musa). Success & abundance is in our DNA,we just need to become aware of it.
History of Ghana Medieval Ghana (4th - 13th Century) : The Republic of Ghana is named after the medieval Ghana Empire of West Africa. The actual name of the Empire was Wagadugu. Ghana was the title of the kings who ruled the kingdom. It was controlled by Sundiata in 1240 AD, and absorbed into the larger Mali Empire. (Mali Empire reached its peak of success under Mansa Musa around 1307.) Geographically, the old Ghana is 500 miles north of the present Ghana, and occupied the area between Rivers Senegal and Niger. Some inhabitants of present Ghana had ancestors linked with the medieval Ghana. This can be traced down to the Mande and Voltaic peoeple of Northern Ghana--Mamprussi, Dagomba and the Gonja. Anecdotal evidence connected the Akans to this great Empire. The evidence lies in names like Danso shared by the Akans of present Ghana and Mandikas of Senegal/Gambia who have strong links with the Empire. There is also the matrilineal connection. ...MORE
Your are from the nile valley the mountain of the moon you are from Sumer the seed of Abraham you were here before Columbus the naga from india the olmec the mayan the first north american the aboriginee the solomon islanders you founded China you are the lions of Judah the maur of North Alkebulan you are mansa musa the great architechs and cultivators sons and daughters of the Most High. If not ...who are we?
In 1324,Mansa Musa de emperor of Mali carried out a pilgrimate to mecca,his entourage including 60 people n 12000 servants.500 of de latter preceded him n each one with a bar of pure gold weighng 6 pnds.
The RICHEST man of ALL time was an Afrikan King named Mansa Musa of Mali, he was estimated to be worth 400 billion.
My heart is saddened for my people! My co worker asked one of our kids "Do you know who Harriet Tubman is" the kid replies "I don't know, some guy." This same student, if asked could tell you Beyoncé's birthday, age, height, hair color, favorite food etc. But can't tell you the simplest characteristic about one of the most popularized figures in African American history! I'm most saddened because her parents, like most are failing in educating our kids at home on their history! Parents of color let's step up and stop watching reality shows with our kids and start educating them on people who matter in our history and and contributed to us being free from slavery! And even before then, let's educate our kids on when we were kings and emperors such as Mansa Musa, Sundiata Keita etc... Let's stop failing our kids! Let's be the generation that changes this problem, instead of contributing...
Andrew Marr tells the story of Mansa Musa's pilgrimage to Cairo.
A Black History Moment Africa produced a plethora of advanced civilizations. The most notable of these is the Nile Valley civilization From 3,000 BCE (founding of the First Dynasty), all the way until it was conquered by Persia around 525 BCE. So about 2,500 years. This was followed by the great civilizations of Axum and D'mt, and later by the great Islamic civilizations of the Sahel (Mali, Songhai, and the last in the later Sokoto). The famous Hajj of Mansa Musa in the 13th century was so profound it altered the currency of every country he passed through with his entourage. Later the Sokoto Caliphate is an Islamic spiritual community in Northern Nigeria, led by the Sultan of Sokoto . It was founded during the Fulani War in 1809 by Usman dan Fodio. Throughout the 1800s, it was one of the largest and most powerful empires in sub-Saharan Africa until British conquest in 1903. Despite the new wave of myths regarding Nubia and Kemet (Ancient Egypt) It is clear that Kemet and Nubia were neighboring African Ci ...
There was a man, Mansa Musa, the wealthiest person in history, who spent so much gold personally in Egypt that he devalued gold and destroyed the country's economy.
Let us remember again mansa musa, Muhammad.
So called black history month is insanely over rated lol geesh most o us don't even bother to learn our heritage n the majority of us know more about the exploitations of Christopher Columbus than Mansa Musa.
West Africa There is another part of the Muslim world that had contact with the Americas before Columbus. In West Africa in the 1300s, a powerful and incredibly wealthy empire called Mali existed. The most famous leader of this empire was Mansa (king) Musa. The most memorable event of his reign was his epic hajj journey in 1324. The caravan of over 60,000 people made an impression everywhere they went, including Egypt, where Mansa Musa told the story of how he came to power. His brother, Abu Bakr was the Mansa before he was. During his reign, Abu Bakr sent a fleet of 400 ships to explore the Atlantic Ocean. Only 1 ship returned, but reported that they found a land across the ocean. Mansa Abu Bakr then outfitted a fleet of 2000 ships, which he sailed with personally, that sailed west into the ocean. They were never heard from again. While there is no record in Mali of the result of that voyage, there is evidence of their arrival in the Americas. There are numerous archaeological sites in North and South Am ...
Cameron Fields, Mansa Musa know if the Broncos beat the best mf team in the land the New England Patriots what the *** happened tonight
Gold Trade and the Mali Empire By 1050 A.D., Ghana was strong enough to assume control of the Islamic Berber town of Audaghost. By the end of the twelfth century, however, Ghana had lost its domination of the western Sudan gold trade. Trans-Saharan routes began to bypass Audaghost, expanding instead toward the newly opened Bure goldfield. Soso, the southern chiefdom of the Soninke, gained control of Ghana as well as the Malinke, the latter eventually liberated by Sundiata Keita, who founded the Mali Empire. Mali rulers did not encourage gold producers to convert to Islam, since prospecting and production of the metal traditionally depended on a number of beliefs and magical practices that were alien to Islam. In the fourteenth century, cowrie shells were introduced from the eastern coast as local currency, but gold and salt remained the principal mediums of long-distance trade. The flow of sub-Saharan gold to the northeast probably occurred in a steady but small stream. Mansa Musa's arrival in Cairo car ...
Im thinking the first lady of Syria deserves a big clap for her role as wife to the Syrian president. The most dangerous job of the millenium. Im glad im single alhamdulillah. I have been single since these peace talks so im glad Jabar filibusterdd Ban Ki Moon do long I can finally sleep. Inshaallah. I do not want to see Dubai this kid has a gold car like Mansa Musa of Mali no rival kingdoms indhaallah. Now my biggest question is im a woman and most women historically kept abreast of conflicts but they never joined. When I see Syria I csnt wait until its over like Kashmir. Let me tell you wrong the United States advocates had been calling for peace talks in Syria since everybody put the wrong date in their blackbook gor the first strategically avoided peace conference. Now they say Russia gets the claim how can you when the entire time you are the supplier you cant be the supplier and peacemsker. United States children teenagers who never met a Syrisn have been advocating for Syria before Russis got on th ...
KING SONNI ALI BER: THE WORLD`S FAMOUS FOUNDER OF PRE-COLONIAL SONGHAY EMPIRE OF West Africa AND THE LAST KING TO STAND FOR West African UNITY And AGAINST ISLAMIC INVASION. Once again like Tenkhamenin of Ghana and Mansa Musa of Mali, a king of great courage and military prowess arose in the large, semi-arid Sahel of West Africa and defeated the reigning empire. Songhai empire depended mainly on trade in salt and gold. Under the leadership of Songhai conqueror, considerable improvement has been made since the reign of Mali Kings. Now a system of weights and measures set a uniform value on gold and salt.This development eased tensions between merchants, making trade agreements smoother. The imaginative and powerful King of courage, Sunni Ali Ber (The Great) conquered Mali and brought about this significant improvements. Sonni Ali, also known as Sunni Ali Ber or "Sunni Ali", was born Ali Kolon. He reigned from about 1464 to 1492. Sunni Ali was the first king of the Songhai Empire, located in West Africa and ...
Im screaming out "peace" but his choppa piece a bad outcome...
I'm really just thinking about how rich Mansa Musa was.. How can your net worth possibly be $400 billion
Jay Z helping me remember who Mansa Musa is for AP World
One day I want to have money like Mansa Musa had when he was living.
Mansa Musa was a king and the richest man in the world from inner Africa...he owned over 4 billion in gold
Lil history for to day mansa musa the not just black man but man ever live net worth $400billion an…
how come they never taught us about Mansa Musa in "history" class?
Last night in Civ IV I was so dismissive to Mansa Musa, he eventually declared war on me. I nearly fell out of my chair.
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“Tell her i said i don't want to talk to her” MANSA ELLYDON MUSA . I figured you'll say that. Sure I go tell am.
Mansa Musa Richest king to ever live
that's a threat I can report you to mansa musa
LMAOO " All these *** claiming king but he's still that. King Messi, Mansa Musa"-HOV
When we come to Seattle it's gonna be like Mansa Musa in Seattle.
Video: Mansa Musa and Islam in Africa: Crash Course of the Wealthiest man EVER in 10 mins
Mansa Musa(King of Kings Moses) may have indirectly supplied financial support for the Italian Renaissance. THATS CRAZY!
I'd love to see a film based on Mansa Musa, King of Mali, wealthiest man on Earth at the time. Way before the Slave Trade existed.
Between Aliko Dangote and Mansa Musa. Mansa Musa, an African king that reigned in the 14th century sit atop the...
Mansa Musa would stunt on most of the high-rollers out here today.
Mansa Musa would make Bloomberg look like a sixth man
If they made a movie about mansa musa I should play him because my name is Moses.
I'd love to see a motion picture on Mansa Musa.
Make a biopic on Mansa Musa or something. I'm tired of these slave movies.
imagine a movie about mansa musa and his pilgrimage to Mecca...a story on African history in general
RT“Mansa Musa I'd see a movie about him tho”
There will be a movie about Mansa Musa in my lifetime.
Suni Ali Ber King of Songhai, Mansa Kankan Musa King of Mali , Akhenaton Pharaoh of Egypt and the list goes on too..
From Hannibal of Carthage to even Mansa Musa their is more than enough to make an uplifting film on for black people.
The Richest Person That Ever Lived, Mansa Musa 1 with a net worth of $400 Billion was the Mali's King until he died in…
All these *** claiming KING but I'm still that. King Hova, Mansa Musa!!
I have nothing against 12 years a slave but I refuse to watch it. If a movie on Mansa Musa came out, I'll be the first at the premiere.
Mansa Musa is a man you should Study
WHY ARE SO MANY SO-CALLED "CONSCIOUS" FOLK SO IGNORANT WHEN IT COMES TO AFRICA'S RELIGIOUS HISTORY? Why do so many so-called "conscious" people claim enslaved Africans in the Americas learned about the Abrahamic faiths from the whites in America, truely that is the stupidest thing I repeated hear and read from these types. This of course proves the so-called "conscious" people are sound asleep and know nothing about African history. It is a well known fact that West Africans already knew of Abraham Jesus Mohammad and all the profits many hundreds of years before the trans-Atlantic slave trade ever existed. Case in point Mansa Musa, the ruler of the Mali Empire ruled a West African Islamic Empire more the 200 years before the start of the slave trade that brought West Africans to America's shores. Also the state next to Mali was Songhai, a well known Empire in West Africa with a sizable Christian population. And of course there was also Ethiopia and Kemt which were both the foundation for Orthodox Christi ...
The value of knowing your self through knowing your heritage and society play such an important role the maturing of humanity. Being African American I thought I would define what the African American identity is to me, in as few words as possible. First I have to start with context. Any people is a function of their shared values, positive achievements, challenges and heritage/cultural evolution. For example the Hebrews are defined by the law, the temple and their journey through the ages as well as language and rituals. I would start by the belief that our ancestry goes back to Noah, through Pharoah, Makeda, Mansa Musa, Askia the Great, Nzinga, Kunta Kinte, Soujerner Truth, Harriet Tubman (For whom I think our people should be named), Garvey, DuBois, Ida B Wells, Elijah, Malcolm, King Jr. , Oprah & Barack. A heritage that has great empires and societies spread from India to the Americas until the establishment of the United States of America in 1776; when African American (USA) first came about. Since . ...
"Mind Chains" An apparatus of Galactus...I EAT Suns and BELCH moons...Regurgitatin waste that was eaten on NEPtune, SILver spoons I use, but I call 'em Colloidal, Black skin is spoils of war, call it Nubian oil... See the world's a melting pot, that's about to boil over...Our luck is running out...gotta shortage of clovers...I be lookin like I'm scurryin, but hoverin ACTually...We need to stop the generics, and do whats NATurally... Fact IS, I fizz, when I'm spillin phonetics...My BRAIN STAYS in MOtion...cerebral kinetic...Love gold like Mansa Musa, twisty hair like Medusa...I'll try to keep it simple so as not to confuse... "Let 'em use ya"...that's what they used to say in the church...But all the watered-down sermons couldn't quench my thirst...I needed more, so I looked inward to find myself...Now other Christians think my soul is now condemned to death... Its so ironic...cuz now I'm feelin closer than ever...To my connection with the Divine.gone are my fetters...No more restrictions of religions, tho ...
Do we rope in Uthman dan Fodio, Mansa Musa, Chaka, Yaa Asantewaa, Moshoeshoe, Cetswayo, Jaja of Opobo, Nana of Olomu, Asamani, et al? How MUCH of our history do we know? And the BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation wants to tell us who is the greatest African? When did they pronounce who was the greatest British or European, and would they dare? And we are happy to trumpet this? Africa is BIG, with a rich history. Nkrumah's achievements were/are phenomenal. And there are a great many African who have done phenomenal things. We should not allow the BRITISH to crown anything "African" for us, any more than they would allow GBC to determine who is/was the greatest British. Is the greatest African that 'little' man or woman, who wakes up in the morning, goes to work to put food on the table, clothes on the back of his/her children, a roof over their heads and money in their pockets? My Point? Africa is way too BIG to have ONE greatest. THAT is an insult!! Kojo Anan Ankomah
Mansa Musa I, ruler of Mali and the richest person in history, had a personal net worth of four hund
riches man in history was, in fact, Mansa Musa. Rockefeller was 3rd. Research.
Uberfacts himself once swore Mansa Musa was the wealthiest man in history
I shock,I go check he die 1337 "Foh. Them say Rockefeller you say Mansa Musa"
I thought Mansa Musa was the richest man in history
Mansa Musa...'too expensive' to count his wealth
Some say J.D Rockefeller, I've also heard Mansa Musa and King Solomon... Who's actually the richest man in history? Replies plz!
That's absolutely incorrect. $340 billion would be his net worth today. The richest man in history was Mansa…
"John D. Rockefeller, the richest man in history, would have had a networth of $663,4000,000,000 in today’s world." Mansa musa??
did you know that the richest person ever lived is an african,who is Emperor MANSA MUSA,which his wealth is accumulated to $400 billion.
from Mansa Musa to Hannibal Barca... the history of some fo the greatest warriors ever originates in Africa...
Mansa Musa was a great king of Mali in the early 1300's and was the wealthiest person in the history of mankind.
Yes no school tomorrow again! Thank you Allah, prophet Mohammad , Mansa Musa etc
Photoset: mistermaada: Richest man to ever walk the Earth. Interesting winner. Mansa Musa. So the richest...
Real *** are tired of oppression. We trying to do it big like mansa musa.
NIGERIAN MANDELA. Whether GEJ is d Mandela of Nigeria or not, is inconsequential. Same with all our rulers past. They wil b judged according to their accomplishments or misdeeds as deserved. No one can distort history. We talk of Mansa Musa, Askia The Great, Shaka Zulu and other great African leaders as if they r contemporary leaders. Mansa Musa died 700+ years ago. He had no Walter Ofanagoro, Wada Nas, Maku, Agbati or Okupe to launder his image. That was needless. It was their attainments rather than what their PAs and SA Media said that stood as testimony for them in d People's Courts. Okupe, Maku and Agbati will never be mentioned in d annals of history. If they r cited at all, it wil b in d annonimous class eg. "GEJ surrounded himself with several sycophants as aides". Never by name wil they b spoken of. It is rather late in d day for GEJ to change peoples' opinion of him. Ab initio he showed more loyalty to PDP than to d constitution. Corruption became a competitive event in his reign. Bamanga/Ahma . ...
1. Nelson Mandela A living legend. The symbol of Africa. Freedom fi ghter. The most recognisable face in the world. 2. Kwame Nkrumah Former president of Ghana. He envisaged the African Union long before it became a reality. His footprints are still blueprint for us to follow. 3. Robert Mugabe President of Zimbabwe. Fearless pan-Africanist of recent times who is fi ghting for the land which belonged to his ancestors. 4. Julius Nyerere Former president of Tanzania. A great leader who refused to allow the trappings of power to corrupt him. He was respected by his country, Africa and the rest of the world. 5. Marcus Garvey A visionary pan-African leader and thinker. A practical man, he could have united all blacks if he had not been jailed. 6. Patrice Lumumba A pan African hero and symbol of African nationalism. A martyr of the African cause. 7. Martin Luther King African-American religious and political leader who changed the course of life for all African-Americans. His speech in 1968 “I have a dream” h ...
I want a portrait of Mansa Musa on my wall and pray that the ancestors allow me a husband like him lol
My books are taking too *** long to be delivered. I was looking forward to this book about Mansa Musa.
Just Read an interesting Piece about Mansa Musa, One of the richest emperors in Africa he was from(melle)Mali, his Generosity was incredible
Surprised there aren't more Mansa Musa references in Hip Hop. Seems like that would be right up & alleys.
You dress like Mansa Musa your office won't even need electricity. Light up the whole *** building.
When they come in here and I'm dressed like Mansa Musa it's gonna be great
A fact I just learned today: Mansa Musa I was the richest person who ever lived. Now I know a lot about Musa I, but that I did not know. It's a great feeling knowing that before we were involuntarily relocated throughout the world and stripped of our identities that we were scholars, leaders, royalty, and productive people with a rich history that stretches all the way back to the beginning of human civilization. Wow!
Mansa Musa had so much he walked from Africa to China just handing out gold
No matter how much you bed-wet, you cannot create a lake on your bed. ~ Mansa Musa, 1463
African god! Your wind of honor is once more blowing across the globe. Your light of equity and justice is still breaking the shackles of oppression all over the world. On Thursday December 5, 2013 those who know little about you announced that the African star is gone, but you look at them and smiled. Madiba, shall I tell them that your duty to mankind started long before July 18, 1918? Like our good friend Job stated in his autobiography, “I have been a widow’s guide from my mother’s womb (Job 31vs 18)” your light of justice shines on!!! Though the lesser part of you undergoes transformation, your higher self remain the same. Least I forget, I heard Julius Nyerere saying that African leaders will meet on 15th December 2013, at Qunu to discuss Africa’s future etc, to be present are Mansa Musa, Jomo Kenyata, Ajuma Odinga Odinga, Kwame Nkrumah,Nnamdi Azikiwe, Patrice Lumumba, Joshua Nyongolo Nkomo, Akwaeke Nwafo Orizu, Herbert Macaulay, Sundiata, Iheonukara Okpara, Stephen Biko, Akanu Ibiam, Ob . ...
The Richest Man That Ever Lived, Mansa Musa I came from Mali. He was once the King of Mali, he died in 1331.
If Mansa Musa I , the richest man who ever lived would have given me 0.1% of his total money he had... then i would have had 2,440 crore Rs according to current exchange rate. Mansa Musa I... why you died man ^_^
"Go forth, O ye daughters of Asher, and behold Mansa Musa with the crown wherewith his mother crowned him in the day of his espousals, and in the day of the gladness of his heart."
Kojo Anan Ankomah writes: Greatest African? That's an exercise in futility. Where are you going to count from? The Pharoahs? Mansa Musa? Samori Toure? Chaka the Zulu? Pointless exercise. Spend your grey matter on something else. Stop shouting your voice hoarse, over-eulogising only modern day personalities, based on your limited, stunted knowledge of African history.
Mansa Musa, the great men who built Great Zimbabwe, the Pharoahs and architects of the Egyptian civilization and all our departed greats who built and led various kingdoms and empires across this continent would be turning in their graves reading posts about one person or the other being the Greatest African. Agyawadwo
king Mswati(of Swaziland) is richer than Obama(of the USA) the richest person 2 have ever lived,Mansa Musa(of Mali) was from Africa Africa is the poorest continent.
Mansa musa.. is considered one of the richest man on earth to this day..an african king..he role around with 100 camels with gold..
Nelson Mandela had the greatest influence on African history of any man since Mansa Musa. The world mourns at the loss of our greatest man.
CHANGELING Changeling - walking down the street into slavery’s past. The street that brought the African from first to last. Looking into Fun House mirrors with distorted views.. Not one of them reflecting “Who are You”. Wandering through the life created by the social scientist, Who’s boxed you in the fables of the knight on an errant quest, Of being half best.. To where you have been in this land of milk and honey – laced with gin. Blindfolded on the street called, Integration, From first to last, to the men with no pasts. So when they look into their mirrors they see, Emptiness in a sub-economy In the pain and eyes of self-hate overflowing with the tears of the ‘not so great’. Your father’s look into your mirrors- but they don’t know you Are you truly the sons and daughters of Africa’s brew? Are you the daughters of Hatshepsut and Queen Bilqis of Sheba The Candace Queens of Nubia, sons of Tarhaqa and Mansa Musa? Changeling sons are all I see, with no reflections in their bearing ...
so I'm taking my boopie butt sistie Shavell Youngwith me to new york city on the 30th until the 1st she 21 now so she can travel with me ROLLIN WIT DA BIG DOGS!!! my cuzzo said he going but i know he bluffin Mansa Musa-Scott
MANSA MUSA KING OF MALI(AFRICAN KING) was the richest person ever to live.400,BILLION DOLLARS.FORBES
I been listening to a few Kanye West interviews lately..and surprisingly...I'm starting to get where he's coming from. Now I still think he is off his rockers and needs some help, but when he was on The Breakfast Club and said that he was trying to create his own empire so that he didn't have to depend on these big companies, I thought that was awesome. Then he said he wanted to be like the Medici family.I was like Whoa!! He got me thinking. Now Greece and Rome used to be poppin back in Jesus time and what not. But after a few haters from the North took over they went into the Dark Ages. Now after some years (and a few folks from the motherland helped bring them out of the Dark Ages) an Italian family named the Medici family found a way to make money off the wool and banking industry. Once they controlled that, the Medicis was ballin!!! But instead of wasting their money, they used it to invest in themselves. They heard the stories about how Greece and Rome created some of the greatest empires in th ...
Mansa Musa Andrew Marr's History of the World - Into the Light h...
ALL of our babies. we need to do what wasn't done for us. Teach them their history and not only the part where slavery happened. Teach them about the history as recent as the Moors and the egyptians, Mansa Musa, The great Ashanti the Songhai empire etc. It means you'll have to read up to be able to do so :) But I promise it will be worth it.
Bill Gates money is cool but I'm trying to be Mansa Musa reincarnated
It was more than this about 15 million went to Brazil alone. But before that you had the trans saharan who murdered more than they sold numbers above 30 million. Trans saharan slave trade peaked during the rule of mansa musa the slave trade that's never mentioned. Trans saharan slave trade came well before 1492 which is the largest mass murder in history.
Did u know the richest man in the world was a black man name Mansa musa. Google it
Blue jazz I puff 15 thousand smokes in 1 second I sit on a small rounded majestic table with Mansa Musa Whiskey and a cigarette on my blue tarin clothe I stand in a room of extraordinary gold I walk bear feet and think in a café of books I dream a dream of a journey from Cape Verde to Mali I liberate Michel Michelangelo’s two slaves I fly with my piano and converse with my soul I look at the portrait of my flesh and I play my guitar I meditate in the palace of people while I read the death of thelonious monk kaundu
Mansa musa was worth 400 billion dollars impossible for any American to achieve
The trigger ain't got no heart the *** behind it ain't got no love
The richest man of all time was African dude named Mansa Musa *** was worth over 400 Billion
yea and I'm trying to get it like he had bro! Mansa Musa of Mali! Reigned supreme! The first one to have all gold everything!
~.This is just to name a few of our illustrious hero's and triumphs that they keep well hidden by deceit and lies ~.Oh,..we have plenty of real life hero's throughout our rich history on this earth ~...Our youth would benefit greatly by knowing more about the lives of:.AUSAR and AUSET,.. AHKNETEN and NEFERTITI,..of_ TEHUTI ( the wise ),..of HANNIBAL of CARTHAGE ,..of MANSA MUSA,..of_the NILE VALLEY CIVILIZATION ( which came before Greece or Rome was even thought of ),..of_THE BLACK MOORS ( those who civilized Spain and Italy out of their dark ages ),...of_TOUSSANT of HAITI ( who defeated the French oppressors ),...of_KWAME NKRUMAH of GHANA,...of_MARCUS GARVEY,...PAUL ROBESON,...FREDERICK DOUGLASS,..BLACK WALL STREET,..ADAM CLAYTON POWELL JR.,..NAT TURNER,..DENMARK VESSEY,...ELIJAH McCOY ( the real mccoy ),... Harriet Tubman,...BENJIMAN BANNEKER,.W.E.B DUBOIUS or BOOKER T. WASHINGTON ~.These are only a few examples of our historic greatness that is diminished in their history books and their movies...~
Ever heard of Mansa Musa? Of course not, why would they want you to know the richest man ever was African?
lol neck! This was on the test. It's about the Swahili language, Mansa Musa and the Mali and Malinke.
During his Hajj in 1324, Mansa Musa gave away almost all his money to the poor he met along the way. htt…
Thank Your daughter for sharing the REAL FACTS!
Taking into consideration the inflation rate, Mansa Musa I would be worth around $400 billion. Teacher did not address class w/correct info
Another Afrikan miseducation is the idea that the Afrikan was too "primitive" and loinclothed to fault or condemn the "merciful" European invasion to "save" and "civilize" the Afrikan! yes: the Afrikan was at a time, loinclothed but that was seasonal reaction/fashion that always appreciated geographical/weather changes. How could that apparel be worn in say: extremely wintery conditions, the reality of some Afrikan societies? The Afrikan that wore loincloths also wore covering gowns and headgears and this is clearly seen in the dressing code of the Egyptian Pharaohs and Queens way back before the Afrikan enslavement! And who outdressed the richest man in entire history of mankind, Mansa Musa? did he also embark on that fatal pilgrimage attired in loincloths? Ditto for Hannibal? Did he also claim his legendary military scalp and prowess loinclothed?
The tenth Mansa, (which means King of Kings) Mansa Musa I leads the pack of the richest people who have ever lived.
My daughter, this year, corrected her History teacher "Mansa Musa I" was the out 10 Richest People Who Have Ever Lived.
I wish I had something like Mansa Musa l. My role model
😄 Lets start moving in mind as King Mansa Musa once did !
King Mansa Musa was one of the wealthiest people on the planet .
The King Mansa Musa ruled with intelligence . He used the wealth of the nation to attract artists , scholars & other prominent people .
The king of Mali , Mansa Musa walked the Earth.He traveled with an entourage of 60,000 men and 80 camels carrying 50 to 300 pounds of gold .
The African King Mansa Musa is the richest man to ever live!
Realest dude on the train: Fordham Law t-shirt, Asics, watching TED TalkThe richest man ever lived Mansa Musa had a for
The Great Mansa Musa, the 14th century emperor of the West African kingdom of Mali is the richest person ever.
good bookers, here is an interesting fact for you this sunday... The richest man that eva lived was mansa musa a mali ruler along time ago with a networth of 400billion... Happy sunday you'll
Amir has a children's book on Mansa Musa!
"The richest man that has ever been on earth.. King Mansa Musa.
Black men, this is you...according to studies the richest man in human history was African
I love black women like white boys lol
"There are many ways to kill a cat, saa nso na female body no wor many holes to plant a *** in" - Mansa Musa
I don't remember much of whap but I do remember "I'm Mansa Musa", all that "booty", "wait for it", and the Constantinople painting avengers.
Girls trying to get boys that look like Zac Effron or Channing Tatum when they actually just want a man like Mansa Musa
THE REST OF THE STORY ABOUT AFRICA The story of Africa is marked by the rise of complex societies (chiefdoms and states), migrations, agriculture and pastoralism, and particularly diversity. The introduction of iron transformed the continent because it opened up potentials for agriculture. This led to expansion of populations accompanied by migration. Complexity followed as populations grew. Trade became central on the eastern coast of Africa with links to the east as far away as China. Trade as well was important within the world of Benin and Ghana in the west. Clearly long distance trade was as important as the introduction of iron to African kingdoms. The establishment of trade routes, both inland and along the coast, offered political opportunities for enterprising individuals. Controlling markets meant control over resources and people who utilized them. Larger states developed around market centers, notably the kingdoms of the western Sudan (Ghana, Ife, Benin, Mali and Songhai) that exploited the we ...
Black History Movies I want to see: Toussaint L'ouverture, Queen Nzingha, Hausa Queen Amina, Mansa Musa..to name a few
I think it's a losing battle trying to out revenue revenue when you are/were revenue 2 them he cant be Mansa Musa
King Mansa Musa named richest man in history.On his travels he upset neighbouring economies with gifts of gold.
"Millionaires are not wealthy" "he's only got 1.1billion" - . are you a trillionaire or Mansa Musa or something? 😭
Just imagine the wealthiest man to ever have lived was from West Africa
The richest man in humanity's history is African. Mansa Musa. At time of his death in 1331, he was worth the equivalent of $4…
I have to read something called Al-Umari describes Mansa Musa of Mali. 😄🔫
THIS is the woman who wants to be Mansa Musa when she grows up?!?
perhaps. just don't know if mansa musa equated his wealth with success. but I understand the position
it was Mansa Musa he had over 400billion dollars in networth
Praying for the day when I stop seeing advertisements for slave movies and see a movie on the life of Mansa Musa!!! IJS
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nobody likes xbox Beelove , lol PS people over here boah
yep , and I already knew you would , the kids at my job already told me lol
Columbus Was (Not) The First To Cross The Atlantic Sep. 15 Featured, Islam in the Americas, Math and Science 88 comments The old poem that most American school children recognize begins “In 1492, Columbus sailed the ocean blue…” Indeed, in the year 1492, Christopher Columbus (whose real name in Italian was Cristoforo Colombo) sailed across the Atlantic in the name of the Spanish crown and landed in the Caribbean part of North America. For hundreds of years, it has simply been accepted that Columbus was the first explorer to valiantly sail across the sea and “discover” the Americas. However, this theory no longer stands up to modern scholarship. It goes without saying that the first people to truly discover America were the ancestors of the Native Americans, who probably crossed into North America through Russia and Alaska about 12,000 years ago. Discussion of the “discovery” of the Americas by Europeans, Africans, or Asians is an insult to the history of it’s indigenous peoples. That said, ...
Just heard the name Mansa Musa for the first time.
my prof used this pic in lecture I always liked it this was from the worlds richest man Mansa Musa..exercise you mind and body and mmm make money make money make money
As I ws readin de story of Mansa Musa of Mali I came across a place called Niani where Mansa Musa after buildin de first University in Africa Sankore Madrasah or University of Sankore, in Timbuktu, in Niani he built de Hall of Audience, I askd myself concernin di city Niani caz we have a place called Niani in Venda, dez Niani in Congo DRC, dez Niani in Britanicca also in Niani Maru in Gambia, ar dis ppl related?
One of the first regions settled by ancient Africans for thosands of years before Columbus is the Choco Region of Colombia How Europe learned from Africa And European views before the Slavery King Mansa Musa went to America 20,000 years before Christopher Columbus was born. Africa's History did not start in Slavery.Some of the world's other great civilisations, such as Kush, Axum , Ghana , Mali , Oyo empire and Great Zimbabwe , also flourished in Africa and some major scientific advances were known in Africa long before they were known in Europe . Towards the middle of the 12 th century, the north African scientist, Al Idrisi, wrote, ‘What results from the opinion of philosophers, learned men and those skilled in observation of the heavenly bodies, is that the world is as round as a sphere, of which the waters are adherent and maintained upon its surface by natural equilibrium.
Spread of Islam in West Africa (part 1 of 3): The Empire of Ghana Muslim geographers and historians have provided excellent records of Muslim rulers and peoples in Africa. Among them are Al-Khwarzimi, Ibn Munabbah, Al-Masudi, Al-Bakri, Abul Fida, Yaqut, Ibn Batutah, Ibn Khaldun, Ibn Fadlallah al-’Umari, Mahmud al-Kati, Ibn al Mukhtar and Abd al-Rahman al-Sa’di. Islam reached the Savannah region in the 8th Century C.E., the date the written history of West Africa begins. Islam was accepted as early as 850 C.E. by the Dya’ogo dynasty of the Kingdom of Tekur. They were the first *** people who accepted Islam. Trade and commerce paved the way for the introduction of new elements of material culture, and made possible the intellectual development which naturally followed the introduction and spread of literacy. Eminent Arab historians and African scholars have written on the empires of Ghana, Mali, Songhay, and Kanem Bornu. They document famous trade routes in Africa - from Sijilmasa to Taghaza, ...
There is an African man by the name of Musa, like Mansa Musa, who is picking up the line at the UKBA asylum screening unit, in London, UK.
The Bank of England was set up in 1694 before that time money was controlled by the goldsmiths. Where was all this gold coming from driving the economy of Britain and Europe. Read up Timbuktu, Mali and Mansa Musa
All these slave movies, where the movies about mansa Musa and abubakari
Mansa musa the richest persons of all the time. 1280-1337 ruler of mali. he went to hajjah In 1325 he set out wit 60 porters,80 camels carrying 140g of gold each nd 12000 slaves clad in persian silk. His lavish spending in bazzar mkt cairo which flooded the market wit gold that depress its value for 12 yrs. when he pass away the value of his hiers its $4000 bilion .which make him the most richest human ever.
Its of great pleasure and proud for one to have found such an interesting historical piece,this finding tells me that we as AFRICAN are born for greatness!FACT! Which of you knew that the richest man of all time in the history was an AFRICAN KING? For once I am defined by my history! cabinet Here’s the full list of the ‘26 richest people of all time’: 1. Mansa Musa I, (Ruler of Malian Empire, 1280-1331) $400 billion 2. Rothschild Family (banking dynasty, 1740- ) $350 billion 3. John D Rockefeller (industrialist, 1839-1937) $340 billion 4. Andrew Carnegie (industrialist, 1835-1919) $310 billion 5. Tsar Nicholas II of Russia (last Emperor of Russia, 1868-1918) $300 billion 6. Osman Ali Khan, Asaf Jah VII (last ruler of Hyderabad, 1886-1967) $236 billion 7. William the Conqueror (King of England, 1028-1087) $229.5 billion 8. Muammar Gaddafi (former Libyan leader, 1942-2011) $200 billion 9. Henry Ford (Ford Motor Company founder, 1863-1947) $199 billion 10. Cornelius Vanderbilt (industrialist, 1794-1877 ...
Keeping you in the know. The richest and most wealthy man to live on this earth was in fact a black man by the name of Mansa Musa. Net worth 400 billion dollars. Look him up.
Most girls say they want a "good guy" but when they meet him they keep him in the friend zone, chase after jerks, and end up heartbroken. *Mansa Musa, addressing the first batch of SHS graduates at Holy Child School, 1979, near Kotokuraba, Cape Coast.
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