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The two major sea trading networks during the Abbasid caliph

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caitlyn streeter

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The Mediterranean Sea and Indian Ocean allowed the Muslims to engage in sea trade with the rest of the world.
The land networks connected the silk roads of China and India with Europe and Africa. The Muslim merchants used a single language which was Arabic and a single currency which was Abbasid dinar, to travel in the empire.
To encourage trade Muslim money changers set up banks in cities throughout the empire.
Caitlyn Streeter
Davion Clark
stephanie jarquin
Giovanni polanco
The two major sea trading networks during the Abbasid caliphate were the Mediterranean Sea and the Indian Ocean
muslims trade routes
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