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Of Moslem trade-colonies, which at last reached Sofala. {2) That the coast near Madagascar, as well as that island itself, seems to have been known to the great Arab traveller and geographer Masudi (" Massoudy") in the tenth century. 3 (6) That overland communication between the Barbary States and the negroes of the Sudan was originated by the Arabs, as a regular line of commerce, probably from the eleventh century at least. This last point is one which requires special 1 Masudi, ch. 12 of the Meadows of Gold.

Sudan, mentioned by medieval Moslem travellers, was probably either a city on or near the Niger, immediately south of Gao, the Songhay capital; or else Gao itself, which is sometimes called Kuku or Gogo. Even this place was conquered by Melli, in the fourteenth INTRODUCTION. xlvii menced between Negroland and the Mediterranean ; "Timbuktu" was founded by Moslems, probably drawn in large measure from the Tuareg, in about 1077-1100; and the Central Sudan States, from Sokoto to Darfur. D. IOOO and 1250.

If you keep southward, the continent must come to an end. " Yet another chapter of discoveries was opened by King John's expeditions for the ascent of the Western Nile, and for the exploration of the NorthEast Passage to Cathay. Neither of these achieved complete success, but some more light was gained upon the interior of Africa (where the Portuguese made such notable advances in the sixteenth century); it has even been claimed, but apparently without foundation, for the explorers of John II, that INTRODUCTION.

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