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Chapter 23- AP World – Flashcards 45 terms
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Richard Molina
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China vs Western Europe in 15th Century – Flashcards 10 terms
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Karen Combs
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16th And 17th Centuries AP World History Double Entry Bookkeeping Global Trade Network New Zealand
AP World History Unit III Test Study Guide Answers 75 terms
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Mary Browning
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Across The Mediterranean AP World History Global Trade Network Gold And Silver Mid 17th Century World History And Geography
AP World Chapter 7; Trade Routes – Flashcards 22 terms
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Viola Marenco
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Across The Atlantic AP European History AP United States History AP World History Global Trade Network Prince Henry Of Portugal World History
Making History With Vitamin C – Flashcards 17 terms
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islam’s arrival in west africa is most directly attributed to their need for which commodity, via which global trade network?
salt-via trans-saharan trade routes
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How did the global trade network after 1500 CE affect the pre-existing regional trade networks? (Indian Ocean, Mediterranean, trans-Saharan, Silk Routes)
The European presence in the Indian Ocean trade did not greatly influ ence the other participants. There was very little European involvement compared to the existing trade and the Europeans did not provide any new or valuable products to the trade system.
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How was the global trade network of the fifteenth century different from that of previous eras in terms of size and scope?
New areas of the world were for the first time brought into the global complex. The rate of global trade also increased in some portions of the Old World. Global trade became so significant that it forged different relationships between key societies, based on the kind of goods and amount of control contributed to the surging world economy.
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