European Renaissance and Reformation 1350-1600: World Events Research Article from World Eras

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Muhammad I Askia (Askia the Great) gains the throne of Songhai after defeating the son of Sonni 'Ali at the battle of Anfao. He reforms Songhai politics and establishes Islam as the state religion, making Songhai the strongest power and intellectual center of West Africa.

Husayn Shah 'Ala' ad-Din declares himself king of Bengal, founding a new dynasty.

Hosokawa Masamoto drives the shogun Yoshitane out of Kyoto.

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