Why was the city of Timbuktu important?
It was the crossroads of travel from the Atlantic coast to Mecca.
It was a center of trade, culture, and education.
It was the site of the largest gold mines in Africa.
It served as the West African home of the sultan of Egypt.
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What was the significance of the legend of Sundiata to Mali’s history?
Sundiata's determination to overcome his handicap and become a great leader inspired others.
Sundiata organized the handicapped people to form a special division in his army.
Sundiata turned his handicap against the people who had harmed him with the help of his brothers.
Sundiata used his brains instead of physical strength to overtake the mighty armies of the Sossos.
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