Also known as the mongol peace. A time when global trade expanded due to the political stability provided by mongol rulers.
Gold and salt made up trade and wealth in the African kingdoms because the Europeans wanted gold, and the Africans needed salt
A Mongolian general and emperor of the late twelfth and early thirteenth centuries, known for his military leadership and great cruelty. He conquered vast portions of northern China and southwestern Asia. Considered Barbaric.
An imperial eunuch and Muslim, entrusted by the Ming emperor Yongle with a series of state voyages that took his gigantic ships through the Indian Ocean, from Southeast Asia to Africa.
West African Kingdoms
mali, ghana, and songhai are examples of these. had a traditional economy. Successful from gold salt trade
Mongols of the Indian Subcontinent. This name was used because they were a mix of the islamic mongols and the native hindus
Moroccan Muslim scholar, the most widely traveled individual of his time. He wrote a detailed account of his visits to Islamic lands from China to Spain and the western Sudan.
the Turkish dynasty that ruled this Empire from the 13th century to its dissolution after World War I
Known as the Lawgiver or Magnificent, this man was the greatest leader of the Turkish empire of the Middle east
Strait of Malacca
The Srivijaya grew wealthy by taxing the trade through this body of water