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Date Created: 09/21/16
Commerce on Land andSea Wednesday, September 14, 2016 2:01 PM Definitiontoknow Big Idea Importantperson/thing I. Learningobjectives a. IdentifythemajorarteriesoftradeduringtheAxialAge b. Contrastcommerceoverlandwiththat overseas c. GiveexamplesofthelogisticalchallengesfacedbymerchantsduringtheAxialAge i. Logistics:managingtheprocessofmovingtradegoodsfromoriginto destination ii. Why didlandedempiresfocusonregulatingcommerceoverlandratherthanover seas? II. CommerceduringtheAxialAge a. Empiresdesiredluxurygoods b. Searoutesacross theIndianOcean i. Monsoonwinds ii. Dangersof piracy iii. Highbulk,lowvaluegoodsmixedwithlittlebulk,expensivegoods c. Land routesacross Eurasia i. Dangerof raiders ii. Highvalue,lowbulkgoodsonly d. Controlovertraderoutes i. Rome:ControlofMediterranean ii. Persia:ControloverWesternandCentralEurasia iii. China:Han expansionwesttoDunhuangtoprotecttraderoutes 1. Dunhuang:atradingpost onthe Silkroads,themostwesternoutpostofHan China
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