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AP World - 2.3 Expansion of Trade Networks and Communication Systems

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Transcript of AP World - 2.3 Expansion of Trade Networks and Communication Systems

Expansion of Trade Networks and Communication Patterns
Christianity, Buddhism spread
Stirrup
Inventions traveled
From the West - grapes, sesame, spinach
From China - cinnamon, ginger, silk
silk for horses
Pottery from China
Spices from India, SE Asia
Pearls from the Persian Gulf
Frankincense and myrrh from southern Arabia
Ivory from Africa, India and Mesopotamia
PRODUCTS
Trade all the way back to Ancient Egyptians
INDIAN OCEAN MARITIME SYSTEM
Demand for Salt
1st century BCE, camels introduced
Sahara Trade Routes
Double canoes, triangular sails
From mainland Asia
Gradual migration
Polynesians
Gradual, not fast, aggressive
languages, iron, agriculture
Migrated to sub-Saharan Africa
Desertification
Bantu
Defense of Gupta frontiers from the Huns led to its collapse
Huns
MAJOR MIGRATIONS 200-600CE
Silk Roads
Germanic People
pastoralists, migrated/invaded Europe, 370CE
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