These are all the resources we used in the making of this webpage
Thank you for the map and info on location
This was for a little bit of information for the timeline.
thanks for the map
thanks for the litle bit of info on trade
thanks for the pictures of the ruins
thanks for the info
thanks for the info trade

Gabriela's Sources:
Cluderay, Rackin. “Great Zimbabwe.” Great Zimbabwe: “House of Stone”. 16 Jan. 2007 <>.

“Culture Den.” Shona Sculptures from Zimbabwe. 16 Jan. 2007 <>.
Farah, Mounir A., and Andrea Berens Karls. World History The Human Experience. New York: Glencoe/McGraw-Hilll, 1997.

“Great Zimbabwe.” Great Zimbabwe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 19 Dec. 2006 <>.
History Alive! Empires and Kingdoms of Sub-Saharan Africa. California: Tachers’ Curriculum Institute, 1997.
McNaughton, David.

“Great Zimbabwe.” Ancient Zimbabwean Civilization. 16 Jan. 2007 <>.
Zevin, Jack. The Kingfisher Illustrated History of the World. New York: Kingfisher Books, 1992.

“Zimbabwe.” Zimbabwe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. 15 Jan. 2007 <>.

“Zimbabwe People and Economy -- Britannica Student Encyclopedia - Microsoft Internet Explorer.” Zimbabwe:: People and Economy. 2007. Britannica Encyclopedia. 28 Jan. 2007 <>.

"Great Zimbabwe" - book thanks for the information and history about Zimbabwe. Thanks so much for the timeline! Thanks for a little bit of the timeline!


This is one of the books we used for the information.
This picture is from:

Stephan's Links:


Karls, Farah. "Great Zimbabwe." World History the Human Experience. 1997 ed.

Scarre, Chris. "Zimbabwe." Timelines of the Ancient World. 1993 ed. 1993.

Buckler, Mckay Hill. "The Trans-Saharan Trade." a History of World Societies.
4th ed. 1996.

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