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Demographics of Africa

The Earth and Its People Chapter 7 Outline

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Madison Halls November 14, 2013 Period 2 Networks of Communication and Change Grand Thesis: Altogether, most of Asia and Europe thrived in trade and spread of religion. A. The Silk Road: The Silk Road helped to cause much trade, and the spread of religion and diseases. Origins and Operations: The Silk Road helped the trading of many new imports to China and the Mediterranean. The Silk Road was an overland route that linked China to the Mediterranean world via Mesopotamia, Iran, and Central Asia. The origins of the Silk Road trade may be located in the occasional trading of Central Asian nomads. In addition to horses, China imported alfalfa, grapes, and a variety of other newcrops as well as medicinal products, metals, and precious stones.
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