The correct answer is true.
It is true that Aksum's trading partners included Greece, India, Yemen, and Persia, but because of barriers such as desert and mountains, they usually did not trade with other Africans from the interior of the continent.
One of the most important kingdoms in ancient Africa was the Aksum empire. It existed from the first century to the 8th CE, and they inhabited the territories of what now is Sudan, Ethiopia, and years later Aksum spread through Yemen and South Arabia. They developed a trade that none other empires of its time and created a great navy that navigated the Nile River and the Red Sea to protect its trade routes.
how did justinian contribute to the byzantine empire?
one famous byzantine emperor was justinian i. justinian ruled from ad 527 to 565. belisarius was the commander who led these armies in an attempt to win back the old western roman empire. the war effort to take back the western part of the empire forced justinian to raise taxes on the people of the byzantine empire.
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no every country is held to the same degree as others just some member countries such as the usa and germany are more economically sound so the need to show there support to all others