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The Trade Route and the Diffusion of Artistic Traditions In South and Southeast Asia
The Trade Routes and the Diffusion of Artistic Traditions in South and Southeast Asia | SILK ROADS
The Indian Ocean Trade began with small trading settlements around A. As trade intensified between Africa and Asia, prosperous city-states flourished along the eastern coast of Africa. These included Kilwa, Sofala, Mombasa, Malindi, and others. The city-states traded with inland kingdoms like Great Zimbabwe to obtain gold, ivory, and iron. These materials were then sold to places like India, Southeast Asia, and China.
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Cities along the Silk Road
In ancient times, regions of Asia had commercial relations among themselves as well as with parts of Europe and Africa. In the earliest days nomadic peoples traded over considerable distances, using barter as the medium of exchange. Particularly important in such trade were fine textiles, silk, gold and other metals, various precious and semiprecious stones, and spices and aromatic products. Trade between Europe and Asia expanded considerably during the Greek era about the 4th century bc , by which time various land routes had been well established connecting Greece , via Anatolia Asia Minor , with the northwestern part of the Indian subcontinent. Further development of land and sea routes from the Mediterranean basin, especially to southern India , occurred during Roman times.
Jump to navigation. The cultural history of most countries in South and Southeast Asia was closely linked to trade and trade routes at some point. Evidence also indicates that many communities engaged in commercial activities from prehistoric times. Around the beginning of the Christian era, a great expansion of international trade occurred, which was due to the demand for exotic and luxury goods from both Rome and China. While caravans carried goods slowly along the land routes between India and China, ships sped off from ports on the Indian sub-continent to Southeast Asia and further East, transporting a wide range of goods that included spices, aromatic woods, resins and well-known natural products of Southeast Asia.