|Part of||Kingdom of Zimbabwe|
|Area||7.22 square kilometres (1,780 acres)|
Which tribe built the Great Zimbabwe?
Begun during the eleventh century A.D. by Bantu-speaking ancestors of the Shona, Great Zimbabwe was constructed and expanded for more than 300 years in a local style that eschewed rectilinearity for flowing curves.
Who was the leader of Great Zimbabwe?
He befriended another German, Adam Render, who was living in the tribe of Chief Pika, a Karanga leader, and who led him to Great Zimbabwe. (Had he known the outcome, Render, who was married to two tribeswomen and well integrated, might have steered Mauch into the Zambezi River.)
Is Zimbabwe in the Bible?
These interpretations of the land now called Zimbabwe’s place in scripture predate Moses and were known to the great grandfather of Noah named Enoch. He left a book which was kept by the chosen among his descendants who would eventually become Israelites.