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    International trade networks from 600 AD to 1490 AD were very successful and crucial to many important changes that took place because of trade. The continents that were most involved in trading routes during this time period were Europe, Africa, and Asia. The primary motives for trade within each of these continents were to acquire goods and resources that were valued and highly desirable. The other motive along the trade routes was for the expansion of countries, religions, and cultures. Religion

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    kingdoms, and dynasties established trade routes. This is the period where countries were made and countries were destroyed because of the importance of trade and the importance of building a fundamental, religious, and economical way of life. This paper will discuss the goals and functions of trades, and traders, and a historical analysis of world trade. This paper will also get into world trade patterns, of The Americas, Sub-Saharan Africa, The Indian Ocean, The Silk routes, China and The South China Sea

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    Columbian Trade Routes

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    Trade Routes Indian Ocean Trade The Indian Ocean Trade network was the first major maritime trade to link Asia with Eastern Africa, it lasted from 800 C.E. to the 1500’s. At the time the settlements in Eastern Africa were moderately sized city-states, these city-states previously have had very little contact with the outside world. These city-states had fairly abundant supplies of valuable minerals like copper, salt, and gold. This trade system linked these city-states primarily to India and China

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    Trade Routes and Religion

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    Major religions spread across Eurasia and Africa through trade routes and conquest. Along with the religions came ideas and practices to new and distance places, changing local populations and create new traditional beliefs and customs. Beliefs and religions ebbed and flowed through the Silk Roads that was “an artery that for nearly a thousand years was the primary commercial network linking East Asia and the Mediterranean world. This trade route extended over 5000 miles and took its name from the huge

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    During 200 B.C.E. to 1450 C.E., the Silk Road changed from a simple trade route with Europe to an international business, and its political power shifted from the Chinese dynasties to the Mongols taking over the Silk Road; despite these political and economic changes, the Silk Road remained a trade route that facilitated cultural diffusion and exchange. Stretching beyond 4,000 miles and serving as a major trade route between China and western Europe, the Silk Road assimilated different cultures while

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    The slave trade route between Africa and North America was known as the Middle Passage. From the early 1500s to the mid-1900s Africans were treated poorly and had suffered greatly from the journey of the Middle Passage. The Middle Passage first started out by shipping four hundred fifty thousand people to the New World and then extended to almost thirteen million Africans. Africans were boarded onto ships to the New World in two major locations in Africa in which are Angola and Gabon. An outrageous

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    Trade in the Iron Age

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    that played into the formation of cities and cultures in ancient Israel in Jordan. Perhaps one of the most important factors is trade. Trade influences cultures and helps define eras, and it impacts the architecture, pottery, etc. of a city. The role of trade in the Iron Age economy was important in that it offered up new opportunities for the people of the Iron Age. Trade allowed for transferal of idea... ... middle of paper ... ...chaeology Of Society In The Holy Land. London: Leicester Univ

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    The Effects of the Islamic Expansion on Indian Ocean Trade The period of 650-1000 CE is of great significance to developing Indian Ocean trade. In this essay I will present case studies of material and written evidence to provide a profound insight as to how the Islamic Expansion affected Indian Ocean trade. Wink (1990, 7) states that, “up to the 11th century, the Muslims penetrated the countless kingdoms of al-Hind only as traders”. A century after the prophet’s death, the Islamic rule had expanded

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    Deepest Wreck

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    A deep-sea salvage company claims to have discovered the deepest ancient shipwreck ever found- a 2,300-year-old Greek trading vessel found nearly two miles under the surface of the Mediterranean. The discovery of the shipwreck between the classical trading centers of Rhodes and Alexandria adds to the collection of evidence that is challenging the long-held theory that ancient sailors lacked the navigational knowledge and skill to sail large distances across open water. It is believed that they were

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    The Vikings

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    parts of the world such as Greenland. The Vikings founded trading cities in Scandinavia such as Birka, Ribe, Hedeby and Skiringsal. In Ireland they founded terrific trade in Dublin and, in England, they made the city of York flourish to become the most important trading town outside of London (La Fay 149-150). At a time when old trade routes between east and west thro... ... middle of paper ... ...of goods with the Vikings. In everyday life, every one of us is in search of the right food, the best

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