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SUBJECT AREA History
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CREATED ON 20th January 2017
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Europe's discovery and relationship to ancient southern Africa

Task: Read the text in the file and discuss the consequences of the contact between Europeans and Africans for both parts and explain when and where the European states did their overseas discoveries. More information in the file.
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