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Silk Roads, Indian Ocean Trade, and TransSaharan Trade

Silk Roads, Indian Ocean Trade, and TransSaharan Trade

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  • Overland, relay trade, mostly from east to west silk, porcelain, paper, gunpowder, cotton, ivory, Buddhism through trade, later Islam, DISEASES
  • Invention of the camel, Gold and salt! ENTREPOTs, ISLAM through trade
  • Transaharan – desert to forest, indian ocean - east africa interior to coast, spice producing islands to other,
  • Transaharan – desert to forest, indian ocean - east africa interior to coast, spice producing islands to other,
  • Buddhism along Silk Roads and in Indian Ocean, Islam along Trans-Saharan and in Indian Ocean, Gunpowder and paper along Silk Roads,

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  • TRADE ROUTESTRADE ROUTES Land, Sea, & Sand Trade RoutesLand, Sea, & Sand Trade Routes 500-1500 ce500-1500 ce
  • SILK ROADSSILK ROADS
  • Silk RoadsSilk Roads
  • Trade Routes of AfricaTrade Routes of Africa
  • Silk Roads, Indian Ocean, &Silk Roads, Indian Ocean, & Trans-Saharan Trade RoutesTrans-Saharan Trade Routes  On your maps, draw in the basic tradeOn your maps, draw in the basic trade routes and label each.routes and label each.  Write the names of theWrite the names of the mainmain trade goods ontrade goods on that route.that route.  SILK ROADS map p335, goods p 337SILK ROADS map p335, goods p 337  INDIAN OCEAN ROUTES map p 342, goodsINDIAN OCEAN ROUTES map p 342, goods p 343p 343  TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES map p 350,TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES map p 350, goods = Gold, Salt, Slaves & page 349goods = Gold, Salt, Slaves & page 349
  • Silk Roads, Indian Ocean, &Silk Roads, Indian Ocean, & Trans-Saharan Trade RoutesTrans-Saharan Trade Routes On your maps, ADD:On your maps, ADD:  SILK ROADS –SILK ROADS –  Buddhism FROM South Asia TO Central, SE, & E AsiaBuddhism FROM South Asia TO Central, SE, & E Asia  DISEASES (like Bubonic Plague, Measles, &Smallpox)DISEASES (like Bubonic Plague, Measles, &Smallpox)  Islam FROM the Middle East TO central and E AsiaIslam FROM the Middle East TO central and E Asia  INDIAN OCEAN ROUTES—INDIAN OCEAN ROUTES—  Buddhism FROM South Asia TO SE AsiaBuddhism FROM South Asia TO SE Asia  Islam FROM the Arabian peninsula TO East Africa & SEIslam FROM the Arabian peninsula TO East Africa & SE AsiaAsia  TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES –TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES –  Islam FROM North Africa to West AfricaIslam FROM North Africa to West Africa
  • Land, Sea, & SandLand, Sea, & Sand TradeTrade Continuities and SimilaritiesContinuities and Similarities 5 to 1400 ce5 to 1400 ce
  • CONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIESCONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIES  Trade between ecological zones startedTrade between ecological zones started the larger trade systems.the larger trade systems.  Trade was often “relay” trade (and notTrade was often “relay” trade (and not between “countries”)between “countries”)  Routes held great diversity in cultures.Routes held great diversity in cultures.
  • CONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIESCONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIES  Cities and ports were trade centers.Cities and ports were trade centers.  ““Trade” in these centers made long termTrade” in these centers made long term relationships that led to cultural diffusion.relationships that led to cultural diffusion.
  • CONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIESCONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIES  Ideas, culture, and diseases moved alongIdeas, culture, and diseases moved along the routes with the travelers!the routes with the travelers!  ““Luxury” items made up a significantLuxury” items made up a significant portion of the goods traded on the routes.portion of the goods traded on the routes.  Silk textiles, porcelain, cotton textiles, spices,Silk textiles, porcelain, cotton textiles, spices, fragrances, precious metals, ivory, winefragrances, precious metals, ivory, wine