Economy & Trade in the Bronze Age
Economy & Trade in the Bronze Age HST 100
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February 3 Trade and Economy in the West Queen Hatshepsut Reign is connected to bringing in trade and wealth into Europe 0 Trade done between two rulers is not about bringing and exchanging goods although getting goods and trading is a benefit 0 Trading with other states shows power and is a way to show off how one can control and have access to other places Unstable states cut off trade allow very limited forms of trade Stable states promote trade and trade by the sea mainly coastal trading Letter to Ramses from Queen Ramses asks the queen why she hasn t presented a daughter to him Queen claims to be to poor to send a daughter over with no dowry Sumeria is Babylon at this point Uluburun Shipwreck Sheds light on trade 0 Mediterranean area is trading with the Baltic region Hittites disappear Egyptians go through a plague Phoenicians replace the are by the Mediterranean 0 Sail around Africa go back up through the Straits of Gibraltar supposedly Coins start being produced in Lydia
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