Upgrade to remove ads
SOL WHI.10ab - Trade Routes and Goods
Trade Routes and Goods; World History I SOL WHI.10ab
Terms in this set (22)
Triangular sail that made it possible to sail against the wind; used in Indian Ocean trade.
A large wheel turned by running water to provide power. Origin: the Middle East.
A machine that uses the power of the wind. From the Middle East.
A technology from China that is a mixture of powders used in guns and explosives.
Navigational instrument for finding directions from China.
A hard, beautiful type of white colored pottery that originated in China and Persia. Porcelain is used in plates and toilets today.
A liquid from trees that hardens into a yellow colored stone. A good from the Baltic region.
Technology from India was used to harvest and process this agricultural crop (plant, farming, agrarian, arable).
Another name for woven cloth used in clothing, rugs, and blankets. They came from India - cotton, China - silk, the Middle East and later Europe.
Technology from China that spread through the Muslim world to the Byzantines and Western Europe.
A system of printing where characters are carved onto a wooden block. The block is then inked and pressed onto a sheet of paper. First used in China.
Instead of coins, paper that had value was used in trade. Invented in China.
Trade routes that spanned from China in Asia to Rome in the Mediterranean basin. These routes included land and water routes. Named after the luxury textile from China.
Gold and salt made up trade and wealth in the African kingdoms because the Europeans wanted gold, and the Africans needed salt.
The trade route that stretches across the Sahara desert in Northern Africa. Used camels to transport goods.
Linked to trade with the Black sea.
Linked to sea and river trade.
Body of water associated with maritime (water routes), the lateen (triangular sail) and spices.
Began in India (Nepal) and spread to to China, Korea Japan and then into Southeast Asia.
Began in India and spread to Southeast Asia. Still the main religion of India today.
Spread into West Africa, Central Asia, and Southeast Asia.
Europe, Africa and Asia
Three continents in the Eastern Hemisphere where regional trade networks and long distance trade routes were located.
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
SOL WHI.11ab Aztec Maya Inca
Ch 4 sec 4 The Unification of China
SOL African Kingdoms
SOL WHI.8cd Islam Turning Points & Contributions
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Unit 010: Eastern Hemisphere Trade Routes, Japan,…
Period 2 Key Concept 2.3 Emergence of Transregiona…
Trade In East and West Hemisphere
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
English 10 CR Review Key Vocabulary
US and VA History CR Independence
WH I CR Review Independence
Astronomy CR Review for Independence