Facts about Southeast Asia and Trade

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Cornell Notes 207-212 World History Pre-Ap

What were the three distinct trade regions?Who dominated the trade in these regions?What Greek ship pilot was said to have discovered the monsoon winds?What were the differences between ships used in the Indian and Med. Oceans?By 2000 B.C.E., what did Sumerian records show?What did Southeast Asian settlers do 2000 years ago, who did they trade with and what did they cultivate?What did Africa, Somalia, Persian Gulf, Oman, India and Southeast Asia trade?What cause bilingual/bicultural families in Southeast Asia?What animals were on the earliest paintings on rock walls from Early Saharan cultures?Why do historians think refugees from the collapse of the Mycenaean and Minoan civilizations of Greece and Crete might have settled in the Sahara?| Indian Ocean Maritime System: network of seaports/trade routes/maritime culture linking countries from Africa to IndiaSouth China Sea -> Chinese & Malays dominated trade.East Coast India to Islands of SE Asia -> Indian & Malays dominated trade.West Coast of India to Persian Gulf and East Coast Africa -> Persians and Arabs dominated trade.Hippalus – to whom the discovery of the Monsoon Winds that ease sailing across Indian Ocean was attributed, but people who lived around the Indian Ocean knew about it before, but it wasn’t on their written records.Indian Ocean Ships Mediterranean Ocean ShipsTriangular sails Square SailsUsually no oars long banks of oarspierced, tied together nailed together with palm fiber, and caulked with bitumenOrigins of Contact and Trade2000 B.C.E. -> Sumerian records indicate regular trade between Mesopotamia, Persian Gulf Islands, Oman and Indus Valley. This trading later broke off (Mesopotamia -> East...
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