Expanding networks fostered greater interregional exchanges while at the same time sustaining regional diversity islam, a new monotheistic religion, spread quickly through practices of trade, warfare, and the. 600 ce-1450 interregional networks and contacts development and shifts in interregional trade, technology, and cultural exchange buying/trading goods big incentive for interactions. Ccot 2004 labor systems, ccot 2014 interregional trade, 1500-1750 ap world history - essay catalog 1 2002 choose two of the areas listed below and. Describe interregional trading systems, eg, the indian ocean trade examples of what you need to know nature of the neolithic revolution, but not characteristics of previous stone ages, eg, paleolithic and mesolithic.
Compare demographic and environmental effects of the columbian exchange's on the americas with the columbian exchange's demographic and environmental effects of one of the following regions between 1492 and 1750. Consider reasons for growth, trade patterns, social structures, role of religion, role of women, contacts with other cultures, and reasons for decline contrast the economic, social, cultural, and political role of cities such as guangzhou (canton), samarkand, timbuktu, cairo, and venice played vital roles in the development of in the period. Exchange system (save possibly in the indian ocean), reasonably systematic con- tacts developed during the classical period linking china to india, the middle east, and the mediterranean. Gerrha controls the incense trade routes across arabia to the mediterranean and exercises control over the trading of aromatics to babylon in the 1st century bc additionally, it served as a port of entry for goods shipped from india to the east.
Coercive labor systems: slavery and other coercive labor systems in the americas comparative knowledge of empire (ie, general empire building in asia , africa , and europe ) compare russia 's interaction with the west with the interaction of one of the following ( ottoman empire , china , tokugawa japan , mughal india ) with the west. That trading system as well as places within it, including what would later be known as india, china, and comparatively the mediterranean world from 600 to 1450, the. The economic effects of interregional trading of renewable energy certificates in the wecc a p perez1, e e sauma1,, f d munoz2, and b f hobbs3 executive summary in the us, individual states enact renewable portfolio standards (rpss) for renewable electricity. Much of this trade resulted from the demand for raw materials and luxury goods-eurasian silk roads-trans-saharan caravan routes-indian ocean sea lanes-mediterranean sea lanes 2 the growth of interregional trade in luxury goods:-silk and cotton textiles-porcelain-spices-precious metals and gems-slaves-exotic animals 3.
Interregional trading systems silk roads 200 bce - 300 ce the silk roads is a series of trade and cultural transmission routes that were central to cultural interaction through regions of the asian continent connecting the west and east by linking traders, merchants, monks, nomads and dwellers from china to the mediterranean sea. Better maritime technology allowed sailors to move away from coasts and trade across the indian ocean b expansion of commerce and contacts between the mediterranean and south asia encouraged even more trade. Silk roads, which, following the curriculum framework, ought to be, at least, climate, trade patterns and cities, as well as the ethnicity of those who lived along the silk roads and the technology that they used. The trade had three routes: one connected africa and the middle east with india, another connected india to southeast asia, and the final linked southeast asia to china this trading system had many extensive trade routes, and had advanced technological shipbuilding developments, unlike other trade routes at the time.
2 a locating world history in the environment and time 2 time b nature and causes of changes associated with the time span 29 a locating world history in the environment and. 1-21 what were the major political developments in china, india, the mediterranean, and mesoamerica during this time period 1-22 describe the social and gender structures 1-23 what were the major trading patterns within and among classical civilizations also describe contacts with adjacent regions. The tip of india in south india, the chola dynasty supported and protected maritime trade around the southwest coast of india and eastward as far as the melakan strait the southwest coast, especially quilon, became a center of trade between china and the mediterranean.
In india, the tradition of weak centralized power coupled with the hindu caste system contributed to the social stability after the fall of the gupta empire the indian ocean trade route becomes more prosperous as a result of the collapse of classical empires in rome and china, which had helped secure the overland trade routes. Jewish merchants in mediterranean, indian ocean, silk roads c the writings of interregional travellers illustrate both the extent and limitations of intercultural knowledge and understanding. A existing trade routes — including the silk roads, the mediterranean sea, the trans-saharan, and the indian ocean basin — flourished, and promoted the growth of powerful new trading cities.
Describe the interregional trading systems of the classical era discuss the following trade networks: great silk road, mediterranean trade network, indian ocean trade network. Compare the effects of the bubonic plague on late medieval europe with the effects of the small pox on the new world compare the indian ocean trade network to the atlantic trade network between 1400 and 1750. Unit i: foundations c 8000 bce- 600 ce b earliest civilizations 1 origins of civilization 2 egypt. The mediterranean sea was a fundamental feature in the development of civilizations in europe, africa, and the middle east in this lesson, we'll look at the role of mediterranean sea trade across.