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LA History

LAH Human Systems-Economic Interdependence-LEAP PREP

What were some Reasons for migration? searching for food and water, climate changes- flood or drought, trade opportunities, escape from religious or political persecution
What are some Physical features that stop migration? mountains, deserts, waterfalls
the process by which a cultural trait, material object, idea, or behavior pattern is spread from one society to another Cultural diffusion
A long series of wars between Christians and Muslims in Southwest Asia fought for control of the Holy Land from 1097 to 1291. Crusades
A network of trade routes that stretched across Asia from China to the Mediterranean Sea. Silk Road
capital of the Roman Empire. Constantinople
The theory that no group or country can produce everything it needs. People depend on other people to produce most of the goods and services required. Economic Interdependence
Goods that were traded among ancient civilizations cotton, papyrus, silk, wood, spices, ivory, copper
levees and dams, irrigation, canals, trading, native crops. Human adaptations
Created by: NoelleBordelon