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Trade In East and West Hemisphere
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Towns in the desert that traders could stop to refill water and stock up on supplies for the rest of the trip
Trade route across the Saharan desert that connected South Africa to North Africa and beyond
Trade route that stretched from China to Europe that spread religion, culture, goods and other ideas
Trade route that was on the Indian Ocean connecting Africa to India, Asia and Arabia
How did Islam spread on these trade routes?
It spread to East Africa from Arabia. It came as a friendly religion that related to the people. The African people blended their religions with Islam to make it convertable
How did Hinduism spread on the trade routes?
Hinduism spread mostly on the Sea lanes. It spread to East Africa and Arabia but stopped there. There is evidence of a Hindu temple in Arabia
What was spread on the Afro-Asian trade routes?
Mostly gold, slaves and salt. It went from North Africa to west Africa. The goods were transported by camels
What are some differences between the Sand and Silk Road?
The Silk Road used relay trade but the fact that the Sand road was in the desert meant that they didn't use relay trade because no one lives in the middle of the desert. They both raised their prices on goods for different reasons
What are some cultural influences on the Trade a routes?
SILK-technology, language, religion, architecture, music and theatre
SAND-new political structure to Swahili and West Africa. Disease and ideas of slaves and currency
SEA-India influenced a lot, culture, environment for trading and their ideas for Caste system
He was the king of Mali that took 60000 people on his journey to Mecca. He carried gold salt and copper on camels.
Governor that Mansa Musa appointed to be in charge of the districts
Compare Today's trade to ancient trade
We still have a lot of trade today, instead of caravans we use planes boats and trucks to transport goods. Trade today is more internationally and there are more rules and regulations. Disease is still passed by trade and some of the goods are traded.
How did physical geography effect trade?
Storms slowed down traders, monsoon winds created a path for trading, the desert, the steppe, mountains and climate change also all effected trade because some areas were not accessible because of the geography.
Compare trade in the Western Hemisphere to the Eastern Hemisphere
Agriculture in the West didn't spread as easily as in the East because it was a north/south orientation so it made it difficult because the climate was different. In the East, the networks were bigger and religion spread on the routes whereas in the West religion didn't really spread. In the west there was an absence of donkeys and vehicles which made trade even harder
Describe Inca trade
The incas didn't interact with the Central Americans in terms of trade. The incas built roads and traded with other South Americans
Ready trade was used on the silk and sea road. It was when the caravans or boats would stop every 50 miles or so to seek all their stuff to the next caravans. It increased prices and made it so caravans didn't have to go that far
The pilgrim to Mecca that was made by Muslims to fulfill their life
Oral historians. Some went on Mansa Musas trip
In what ways did Buddhism spread on the trade routes
It spread on the Silk Road, with Montasaries and temples. It was easy for people to convert because it was very similar to other religions.
What goods were most prominent on the Trade routes?
Slaves, Salt, weapons, silk, spices, gold and silver, religious and cultural ideas
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