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  1. Eastern Hemisphere WHI. 10a

  2. Major Trade Routes • During the Middle Ages (Medieval Period) several major trading routes developed in the Eastern Hemisphere. Trading routes developed through Europe, Africa, and Asia

  3. Trade Routes • The Silk Road across Asia to the Mediterranean

  4. Trade Routes • Maritime routes across the Indian Ocean

  5. Trade Routes • Trans-Saharan routes across North Africa

  6. Trade Routes • Northern European links with the Black Sea

  7. Trade Routes • Western European sea and river trade

  8. Trading Routes • South China Sea and lands of Southeast Asia

  9. Eastern Hemisphere Effects • Regional trade networks and long-distance trade routes in the Eastern Hemisphere aided the diffusion and exchange of technology and culture among Europe, Africa, and Asia.

  10. Goods • Gold from West Africa • Spices from lands around the Indian Ocean • Textiles from India, China, the Middle East, and later Europe

  11. Goods • Porcelain from China and Persia • Amber form the Baltic region (Fossilized Sap)

  12. Technology • Paper from China, went through the Muslim world to Byzantium and Western Europe • New crops from India such as making sugar

  13. Technology • Waterwheels and windmills • Navigation.. Example would be the Compass from China, lateen sail from Indian Oceans

  14. Ideas • Religion spread across the hemisphere • Buddhism from China to Korea and Japan • Hinduism and Buddhism from India to Southeast Asia • Islam into West Africa, Central and Southwest Asia • Printing and paper money from China