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Mansa Musa's Gold Bars
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A small portion of all the gold

Origin

Mansa Musa I of Mali

Type

Gold Bars

Effects

Lowers the price of gold

Downsides

The effect

Activation

When all gold bars are within 50 KM of a settlement

Collected by

Various agents

Section

Cheque-832J

Aisle

323-1284

Shelf

42810-84212-942

Date of Collection

Various, first collection happened in 1334

[Source]


OriginEdit

Musa was the tenth Mansa (King of Kings) of the Malian Empire. He is famous for his pilgrimage to Mecca in 1324 where he was accompanied by 60,000 men, including 12,000 slaves each carrying a 4-lb gold bar and 80 camels carrying 50 to 300 pounds of gold dust. He gave away gold to everyone he met, whether they were a civil servant or a beggar. This devalued gold in the Mediterranean for the next decade. To rectify the gold market, he borrowed all the gold he could carry from money-lenders in Cairo.

NoteEdit

This artifact consists of 12,000 gold bars but the Warehouse has only managed to get less than 1% of the total amount.

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