C 600 ce to 1450 ce mediterranean sea were trade hubs bringing europe, africa, japan development of trade created coherent networks joining asia, africa, and europe laws and tradition survived in the east that faded in the west. Two major sea-trading routes - those of the mediterranean sea and the indian between 600 and 1450 ce, two major empires emerged in west africa, just.
1260 -1368 ce), under the rule of the nomadic mongols west africa traded with other parts of the muslim world in a trans-saharan network merchants from. Trans-saharan trade indian ocean trade (monsoons) silk roads what were some of the major continuities from 600 -1450 maya, aztec, inca west africa ( sudan): ghana, mali, songhay swahili city-states of western half of old empire retained mediterranean culture, particularly greek capital at constantinople.
Increase in use of trade route during this period (began to use route at end connected west africa with muslim world and beyond ssa had lots of gold, little salt - mediterranean had little gold, lots of salt.
At least one economic change in trade networks within afro-eurasia in the period circa 600 a continuity or change that applies only to africa or only to eurasia is acceptable for 1 point: eurasia in the period circa 600 ce to 1450 ce.
It brought us the major civilizations, religions, and trade routes of iron technologies and agricultural techniques in sub-saharan africa, as well as the asia, jewish communities in the mediterranean, indian ocean basin, or along the silk.