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As in Mesoamerica, the tribute paid by peasant farmers supported a privileged class of nobles and priests who waged war against neighboring chiefdoms, patronized artisans, and claimed descent from the Sun God. By 1350, the Mississippian civilization was in rapid decline. The large population had overburdened the environment, depleting nearby forests and herds of deer. The Indians died from tuberculosis and other urban diseases. Still, Mississippian institutions and practices endured for centuries.
He urged his captains to ﬁnd a way around Cape Bojador in North Africa, a region of ﬁerce winds and treacherous currents, and to explore the feared “Sea of Darkness” to the south. Eventually, Henry’s mariners sailed far into the Atlantic, where they discovered and colonized the Madeira and Azore islands; from there, they sailed to the subSaharan African coast. By 1435, Portuguese sea captains had reached Sierra Leone, where they exchanged salt, wine, and ﬁsh for African ivory and gold. By the 1440s, the Portuguese were trading in humans as well, the ﬁrst Europeans to engage in the longestablished African trade in slaves.
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