Who exchanged salt for gold and sandalwood?

The merchants of the northern coast of Africa, who traveled in a long journey through the Sahara desert, to trade with the people of the Western powers - Ghana, Mali, and Songai, whose flowering was about 700-1600 g. Gold nuggets were found in streams and rivers of West Africa, and sandalwood grew in tropical forests.

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