• East Africa and Long Distance Trade
    History has always been the key to our existence. We learn from our failures to better our future, just as we learn from our triumphs to excel even further. A very important time in the history of our world was the East Africa long distance trade .In the middle of the seventeenth century, East...
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  • History East &South Africa
    The Effects of Long Distance Trade in East Africa. By Deborah of Uganda 7th May 2008 Long Distance Trade was the trade between the East African coast and other interior states of Africa in the early 19th Century. In involved movement over long distances, the major participants were the...
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  • Global Commerce
    America, West Africa, East Africa, the South Pacific, the Indian Ocean, Ming China, and Mongol-dominated Asia. South America’s trade networks travel North to South along the Pacific Coast and through fifteen thousand miles of roads connecting the coastal trade to the inland along Andes Mountains...
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  • Periodization
    , weaponry, animal energy, and natural sources of power all diffused throughout most of Eurasia and Africa, largely along trade routes; Meanwhile, long-distance trade and campaigns of imperial expansion sometimes combined to encourage biological diffusions in pre-modern times. During the half-millennium...
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  • Networks of Communication and Exchange (Chapter 7) 300 Bce-600 Bce
    broke off and the Sumerians traded mostly with East Africa. B. The Impact of Indian Ocean Trade -The high demand for luxuries made the need for long ocean voyages necessary, and goods were spread far and wide all over the continents of Asia, Europe, and Africa. The Indian Ocean trade system had...
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  • Silk Road
    , the classical societies established a broad zone of communication and exchange throughout much of the earth's eastern hemisphere. Trade networks crossed the deserts of central Asia and the depths of the Indian Ocean. Long-distance trade passed through much of eurasia and north Africa, from China to...
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  • HA ggayyy
    biological transformations were among the most significanct outcomes of the increasingly dense networkds of long-distance commerce during the era of third-wave civilization. 2. What are the pros and cons of land trade vs sea trade? Land Trade Sea Trade Pros Cons Pros Cons Provided an unity between...
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  • long distance migrations
    During the time period of 1700 to 1900, there were many changes in long distance migration. Near the end of this period the slave trade across the atlantic was outlawed, so indentured servants from east and south asia began migrating to the U.S. There was activity throughout America and Ireland...
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  • Changes & Continuities in Sub Saharan Africa
    peoples. The Swahili city-states were a key aspect to long-distance trade along the east coast of Africa (the Sea Roads). Make a statement about this topic in another region of the world. East Africa contributed raw materials and agricultural products globally. Swahili’s...
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  • World History
    Islam exponentially enhanced trade from the Middle East to Africa, Europe, and even many parts of South Asia. Buddhism was also widely spread through trade routes, and eventually Buddhist monks even improved trade routes along the Silk Road. Even Christianity spread throughout the Roman Empire; As...
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  • Significant Changes and Continuities in East Africa Between 600 and 1450
    . There was a large increase in the amount of maritime trade and long distance trade. Better navigational technology, such as the magnetic compass, provided an increase in technological advances. The Indian Ocean is one of the oldest trade routes between Africa and Asia. During the early days of...
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  • notes
    . In 128 BCE, General Zhang Jian found the land of Ferghana. There, he saw west flowing rivers and started Western trade there. Zhang found different plants their like the alfalfa (used for horse fodder) and wine grapes. 3. Steppe nomads did more long distance travel than the Chinese. Traders from...
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  • Chapter 7 APWH
    distribution of goods and resources are what drives trade In the period of 500 to 1500 long distance trade became more important than ever before in linking and shaping distant societies and people Trade was mostly indirect in this time period, for example if one merchant gave another rice, and that...
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  • Strayer Chapter 8
    of different ecological zones is a major feature of human history 2. at times, some societies have monopolized desirable products (like silk) 3. long-distance trade became more important than ever in 500–1500 C.E. a. most trade was indirect b. creation of a network of...
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  • Ap World Syllabus
    : Annotated Timeline/Companion Essay Vocabulary Building Exercises (Ancient Civilizations) Assessments: Quiz: Chapters 2-5 Foundation Exam, Part 1: Chapters 1-6 Weeks Four and Five Topics: Classical Societies/Empires Economic Specialization/Development of Long Distance Trade Belief Systems...
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  • Trade Networks Change Over Time Essay
    In 300 CE the trade routes of Africa and Eurasia were increasing in complexity, as they became major arteries for the exchange of goods and ideas over long distances. The trade networks of these regions consistently enabled the spread of religious ideas far beyond their original homelands...
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  • Discovery of America
    and control of their own international trade. Fueled by this desire, European explorers started working on building ships that could travel longer distances. One country that had ships larger than those of the Europeans, was China. China’s ships were capable of traveling long distances. Chinese...
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  • Civilizations of Islam
    From 300 BCE to 600 CE, trade through the Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean helped unite Africa, the Middle East, Asia, and even parts of Europe while spreading many elements of their culture including beliefs and technology. Mediterranean trade included the Silk Road and Mediterranean Sea. Indian...
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  • The Earth and Its People: Chapter 13 Outline
    and gold were used in long distance trade 2. Iron was the most abundant and useful of the metals, it was used for farming, hunting and clothing 3. Copper was used as currency 4. Africa had an abundance of gold, mines as old from 1200 have been discovered New Islamic Empires 1. Mali was...
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  • Analyze the Changes and Continuities in Long-Distance Migrations in the Period from 1700 to 1900. Be Sure to Include Specific Examples from at Least Two Different World Regions.
    During the period between 1700 to 1900 there were many changes in long distance migration patterns across the globe as well as aspects of migration that remained the same. Throughout this time period, long distance migrations from eastern regions such as Europe and Africa to the America’s remained...
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