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Transregional Trade

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Mansa Musa of Mali increased this religion in Africa Islam
Trans Saharan trade network is most known for trading these two goods Salt & Gold
One way in which the Silk Roads and the West African trade routes are similar is that along both routes ideas were exchanged as merchants interacted with each other
Why did the Kingdoms of Ghana and Mali prosper Controlled the Trade routes
China under the Han dynasty and the Roman Empire were similar in that both grew wealthy because they Developed Extensive Trade networks
How did the location of the Byzantine Empire help it be so successful It was in between the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea
What are Monsoons Predictable winds
Why were Monsoons important to Trade in India These winds let the Indians trade effectively and on time to make more money
Name 3 technologies that were used in India to help trade Lateen Sails, Compass and Atrolabe
What technology allowed for trade in the Trans-Saharan Trade Network Domesticating the Camel
True or False: More slaves were traded on the Indian Ocean Trade Network than the Atlantic Trading Network True
Who was Zheng He? Why is he Important? He was the great Chinese explorer. He extended the trade networks of China with his fleet of 300 ships.
Why did the "Age of Exploration" end in China? Zheng He died
What Country made paper,Silk, Gunpowder and porcelain China
What Religion spread to China because of the Silk Road? Buddhism
What trade network was the Byzantine and Ottoman Empire located in? What city did they control? Mediterranean Trade Network. Constantinople
Who was Marco Polo? He was the great explorer for Kublai Kahn in China
What is Cultural Diffusion? is the spread of cultural beliefs and social activities from one group to another. The mixing of world cultures through different ethnicities, religions and nationalities has increased with advanced communication, transportation and technology.
The Code of Hammurabi was designed to create a stable society
What was one effect of Alexander the Great’s conquests? Spread Hellenistic Culture
During which period did the domestication of animals and growing of crops first occur? Neolithic Era
Early civilizations developed mainly in valleys near rivers
Created by: Blake25