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Trade - Silk Roads, Indian Ocean Trade, Trans-Saharan Trade

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Trade - Silk Roads, Indian Ocean Trade, Trans-Saharan Trade

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Trade - Silk Roads, Indian Ocean Trade, Trans-Saharan Trade

  1. 1. TRADE ROUTES Land, Sea, & Sand Trade Routes 500-1500 ce
  2. 2. SILK ROADS
  3. 3. Silk Roads
  4. 4. Trade Routes of Africa
  5. 5. Using the Strayer textbooks, label the following on your maps. Draw in the trade routes and label each.  INDIAN OCEAN ROUTES map p 342 Include the cities: Mogadishu, Mombasa, Kilwa, Calicut, Malacca, Guangzho  SILK ROADS map on p335  Include the cities: Tyre, Antioch, Bukhara, Dunhuang, Chang’an  TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES map p 350  Include the cities: Timbuktu, Fez, Tripoli  For each trade route, look at the goods that were traded along the route in the charts or text. Choose 5 items that you think were the most important trade goods, and write them along the trade routes.  SILK ROADS p 337 INDIAN OCEAN ROUTES p 342 TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES p 343
  6. 6. Silk Roads, Indian Ocean, & Trans-Saharan Trade Routes  On your maps, draw in the basic trade routes and label each.  Write the names of the main trade goods on that route.  SILK ROADS map p335, goods p 337  INDIAN OCEAN ROUTES map p 342, goods p 343  TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES map p 350, goods = Gold, Salt, Slaves & page 349
  7. 7. Silk Roads, Indian Ocean, & Trans-Saharan Trade Routes On your maps, ADD:  SILK ROADS –  Buddhism FROM South Asia TO Central, SE, & E Asia  DISEASES (like Bubonic Plague, Measles, &Smallpox)  Islam FROM the Middle East TO central and E Asia  INDIAN OCEAN ROUTES—  Buddhism FROM South Asia TO SE Asia  Islam FROM the Arabian peninsula TO East Africa & SE Asia  TRANS-SAHARAN ROUTES –  Islam FROM North Africa to West Africa
  8. 8. Land, Sea, & Sand Trade Continuities and Similarities 500bce to 1400 ce
  9. 9. TRADE LED TO:  Cultural Diffusion  Christianity  Buddhism  Islam  Languages  Technologies  The Spread of Diseases!  Bubonic Plaque, Smallpox, ????
  10. 10. CONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIES  Trade between ecological zones started the larger trade systems.  Trade was often “relay” trade (and not between “countries or states”)  IMPORTANCE OF NOMADS in Africa and Central Asia to carry trade goods.
  11. 11. CONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIES  Cities and ports were trade centers.  “Trade” in these centers made long term relationships that led to cultural diffusion.
  12. 12. CONTINUITIES and SIMILARITIES  “Luxury” items made up a significant portion of the goods traded on the routes- they fostered the trade.  Silk textiles, porcelain, cotton textiles, spices, fragrances, precious metals, ivory, wine

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