Long Distance Trade In East Africa Essays and Term Papers

  • East Africa and Long Distance Trade

    of our world was the East Africa long distance trade .In the middle of the seventeenth century, East Africa had a far more important place in the world than other African countries .So wrote Marsh, Z.A & Kingsnorth G.W in their book ‘An introduction to the History of East Africa ', published by Cambridge...

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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 Swahili...

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  • HA ggayyy

    are the indirect fctors spread by trade? Many indirect factors were spread by trade. Trade became the vehicle for the spread of religious ideas, technological innovations, disease-bearing germs, and plants and animals to regions far from there places of origin. Trade also shaped a lot of societies, whether...

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  • chapter 7

    Zhang Jian is credited as “originator of overland trade with the western lands.” He made 18 expeditions across deserts to west; he first went to Ferghana river-valley. Helped to introduce new plants and trees to China through the trade. - Long-distance trade was made important by China’s demand for western...

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  • Periodization

    examine processes that cross the boundary lines of societies and cultural regions, the problems of periodization become even more acute. Historians have long realized that periodization schemes based on the experiences of Western or any other particular civilization do a poor job of explaining the trajectories...

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  • Global Commerce

    Global commerce is a vital development necessary for all civilizations to grow economically. Between 1000 and 1500 in many continents around the globe, trade has influenced the development of a stable civilization. Although the many civilizations were not interconnected, by trading with neighboring civilizations...

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  • Networks of Communication and Exchange (Chapter 7) 300 Bce-600 Bce

    Zhang Jian is credited as “originator of overland trade with the western lands.” He made 18 expeditions across deserts to west; he first went to Fergana river-valley. Helped to introduce new plants trees to China through the trade. - Long-distance trade was made important by China’s demand for western...

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  • Silk Road

    information he deduced the possibility of establishing trade relations between China and Bactria through India. The intelligence that Zhang Qian gathered during his travels thus contributed to the opening of the silk roads-the network of trade routes that linked lands as distant as China and the Roman...

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  • long distance migrations

    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, while some changes in long distance migration from that...

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  • Significant Changes and Continuities in East Africa Between 600 and 1450

    occurred in East Africa between 600 and 1450. Specifically, the increase of slave trade and better, more useful technologies through the Indian Ocean Trade Network. These changes are important because the growth of city-states occurred due to this network. During this period, the overall trade of the region...

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  • Chapter 7 APWH

    in China This uneven 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...

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  • Changes & Continuities in Sub Saharan Africa

    400-600 CE 2. 600-1000 CE 3. 1000-1450 CE THESIS As the political and social structures of Sub-Saharan Africa developed during the years 400 - 1450 C.E., hierarchy structures based on kinship were maintained, however self-contained city-states grew into large...

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  • Strayer Chapter 8

    Chapter 8 I. Opening Vignette A. Modern highways are being built across Africa and Asia . 1. part of modern process of globalization 2. but also evoke older patterns of global commerce B. The roots of economic globalization lie deep in the past. 1. exchange of goods between people of...

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  • Reflect the extent of trans-saharan trade network

    INTRODUCTION Trade across the Sahara goes back at least one thousand years before the beginning of our period- perhaps many thousands of years. People often speak and write of ‘Africa South of the Sahara’ as if the Sahara was a frontier that divided Africa. On the contrary, the Sahara, at all periods...

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  • Ap World Syllabus

    301-449-4900 Rebecca.layton@pgcps.org Course Description: The Advanced Placement World History (APWH) course is an intensive, year long, examination of global history from the period of 8000 B.C.E. to the present. The purpose of APWH is to develop a greater understanding of the evolution...

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  • notes

    central Asian trade route. In 247 BCE, Parthians became a major force and left writings of war with Greece and Rome. They shared their culture with the East steppe nomads. 2. In 128 BCE, General Zhang Jian found the land of Ferghana. There, he saw west flowing rivers and started Western trade there. Zhang...

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  • Civilizations of Islam

    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 Ocean trade had routes...

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  • World History

    and trade throughout history have generally complemented each other well. Trade has historically been the main catalyst for spreading religion, and often times various religions have encouraged improving trade routes. The spread of Islam exponentially enhanced trade from the Middle East to Africa, Europe...

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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. Networks...

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  • african studies

    the sea, where dessert gives way to the savannah -trans-saharan trade route-pre 1500 -transhumance occupants- wet and dry seasons HISORICAL SIGNIFICANCE: made a path for trading between areas in the sahel region: trans saharan trade-(peak) 8th century-16th century Wet and Dry Seasons: No specific...

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