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The Bantu People Migration from 3000 BCE?1100 CE through Sub-Saharan Africa By Priyanka Juneja, Sasha Ree, and Lauretta Zhao Regional Impact ? Central Africa Society subsistence farming pastoral pursuits gongs or iron bells of African music are products of Bantu?s introduction of metal to society permanent homes Economy Lived in villages and farmed along river banks Introduced new crop like bananas and yams More efficient food production Technology more efficient food production methods introduced as they brought with them agricultural technologies introduced pottery and metal working technologies like iron Art/Architecture masks created the Kuba a Bantu people

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