What was the main reason for the decline of the Kingdom of Kush?
Alexander the Great and his armies invaded and conquered the area.
Widespread disease and diminishing trade led to its downfall.
The Kingdom of Axum grew and dominated trade in the region.
A drought along the Nile caused most of the population to leave.
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then it is c right?
yeah not B or D...
yes, C is rite one
C is incorrect.
no its C
The "Kingdom of Kush" declined because of the rise of a new power in the region known as "Axum"...
so C is rite one...
Alright. I guess.
By the 1st century AD, the Kupellete capital had been captured by the Beja Dynasty, who tried to revive the empire. The Kushite capital was eventually captured and burnt to the ground by the Kingdom of Axum.