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Definitions

  1. As trade routes were opened, tea quickly gained popularity in the West.
  2. Ocean trade routes were pioneered by the Europeans, who were cut off from the Silk Road by the Muslim states that controlled its western termini.
  3. All the trade routes were plundered by Rajputs and they started looting various treasuries of Rajasthan and Gujarat. (Web site)
  4. Overland trade routes were expanded into Europe, and Chinese culture became an influence in neighbouring countries. (Web site)

Home

  1. Alexander returned home, leaving behind garrisons to keep the trade routes open.

Greece

  1. As for Trojan memories, writing did not disappear from the Near East, and trade routes between Greece and the Near East survived after 1200. (Web site)

Portuguese

  1. Portuguese, Spanish, Arab, and Dutch sailors planted citrus trees along trade routes to prevent scurvy.

Orange

  1. Other trade routes of the 8th - 11th centuries shown in orange.

Centers

  1. With improvements in communication the population that was distributed along the trade routes became concentrated on the centers. (Web site)

Center

  1. Trade routes with the East came through the Rus lands, making them a center for trade from both worlds. (Web site)

Trade Centres

  1. The Law Merchant was administered by merchant courts, set up along trade routes and trade centres. (Web site)

Amber Trade

  1. Accordingly, amber trade prospered and a number of trade routes emerged. (Web site)

Aegean Trade Routes

  1. Phoenician traders disseminated this writing system along Aegean trade routes, to Creta and Greece.

Indian Ocean Trade Routes

  1. With Chinese control over South China firmly established, Islamic and Jewish merchants from Western Asia came to China via the Indian Ocean trade routes.
  2. Indian Ocean trade routes linked the Persian Gulf with southern India, encouraging a migration of people and ideas between the two areas. (Web site)

Old Trade Routes

  1. The town was developed slowly, mostly due to low traffic on the old trade routes to Grodno. (Web site)

Ancient Trade Routes

  1. The "Samosa" probably travelled to India along ancient trade routes from Central Asia.
  2. Greek mariners employed by Octavian open the ancient trade routes from Egypt to India as peace returns to the Roman world.
  3. Darius improved the famous Royal Road and other ancient trade routes, thereby connecting far reaches of the empire.

Important Trade Routes

  1. Beginning in the 14th century, the Baltic Sea became one of the most important trade routes. (Web site)

Main Trade Routes

  1. The main trade routes from the east passed through the Byzantine Empire or the Arab lands and onwards to the ports of Genoa, Pisa, and Venice. (Web site)

Network

  1. There is archaeological evidence to suggest that the pre-Roman Celtic societies were linked to the network of overland trade routes that spanned Eurasia. (Web site)

Long

  1. Positioned at the crossroads of European cultures, languages and trade routes, Maastricht has a long and exciting history.

Way

  1. Another theory to the origin of the Spaniel is that the Roman Empire imported the Spaniel into England, by way of the trade routes to the far east. (Web site)

Hampshire

  1. Old Sarum was originally a hill fort strategically placed on the conjunction of two trade routes and the River Avon, Hampshire. (Web site)

Junction

  1. The settlement stood on a junction of trade routes between Moscow and Vladimir-Suzdal principalities.
  2. Situated on the northern shore of Lake Dian, it has long been a commercial centre at the junction of major trade routes. (Web site)

Part

  1. As part of the Malay archipelago, old trade routes meant various culinary influences landed on Brunei's shores.

Ottoman Empire

  1. Placed as it was across the main trade routes of the medieval world, the Ottoman Empire was naturally enough much involved with trade.

Mongols

  1. The Mongols lowered taxes for artisans, encouraged agriculture, rebuilt and extended irrigation works, and improved the safety of the trade routes.
  2. The Mongols left their impact on the Russians in such areas as military tactics and the development of trade routes.

Control

  1. The later history of Kollam is interwoven with the Portuguese, Dutch and English rivalry for control of the Indian Ocean trade routes and commodities nearby.
  2. Rome's navies could prevent amphibious invasion upon Italy, control the important and rich sea trade routes, and invade other shores.
  3. Around 830: King Shalmaneser 3 gets control over the Mediterranean trade routes. (Web site)

Mesopotamia

  1. Click on Map of Ancient Trade Routes from Mesopotamia and Rome: Map of Trade Routes to see the highways and byways of world trade during the time period. (Web site)

Silesia

  1. Travelling along the trade routes leading eastwards to Kiev and Bukhara, the Jewish merchants also crossed the areas of Silesia. (Web site)

Countries

  1. Rome's navy could prevent any amphibious invasions upon Italy, control the important and rich sea trade routes and potentially invade other countries. (Web site)

Assyria

  1. Assyria had difficulties with keeping the trade routes open.

Assyrians

  1. Assyrians were also good traders, and the main trade routes of Mesopotamia passed through Assyria. (Web site)

Islands

  1. As will be seen, all these cities and Islands were very important points in the Trade Routes, which plays into the pence part of all this. (Web site)
  2. They took control of trade routes to and from the islands, bringing with them cassava (a tropical root crop) and sweet potatoes.

Southeast Asia

  1. However, by this time the religion had spread via the trade routes to east and southeast Asia, where it took root and has flourished up to the present day. (Web site)
  2. Likely, the name 'cannabis' was known from the Semitic merchants who sold this commodity throughout the ancient trade routes of Southeast Asia. (Web site)

Central Europe

  1. Later, the Minoan civilization and the Mycenaean civilization opened extensive trade routes in central Europe, where tin and copper were mined. (Web site)

Town

  1. Construction of the town and castle began in the late 13th century at a ford in the Vltava River, which was important in trade routes in Bohemia.
  2. The town flourished as a trade post on the trade routes that linked Central Europe to the Balkans. (Web site)
  3. The town began as an important trading settlement in Celtic times, straddling east-west and north-south trade routes across the Ardennes. (Web site)

Constantinople

  1. Constantinople was located on important east-west and north-south trade routes.

Middle East

  1. Carantania possed a location that used to be o key strategic position to control the trade routes with the Middle East and Western Europe.

Southern Russia

  1. Their settlement was apparently connected with the trade routes to Hungary, southern Russia and northeastern Germany. (Web site)

Black Sea

  1. Many of its cities were instrumental in setting up trade routes with such places as the Black Sea. (Web site)

Red Sea

  1. These victories gave him control of the central highlands and enhanced his influence over trade routes to the Red Sea. (Web site)

West

  1. The country was converted to Buddhism early and grew extremely rapidly as the trade routes between East and West were opened up and traffic increased.
  2. In 330, he founded Constantinople as a second Rome on the site of Byzantium, which was well-positioned astride the trade routes between East and West. (Web site)
  3. Trading with the West and trade routes which ran through the Ottoman Empire kept them in close contact with the West, from the 16th to the 18th centuries.

Euphrates

  1. From the lands of the Euphrates and Tigris, regular trade routes led to the Mediterranean.

Colonies

  1. After World War I Germany lost her colonies and Hamburg lost many of its trade routes.
  2. These colonies and trade routes flourished until the invasion of the coastal areas by the Assyrians. (Web site)

South

  1. BANSKO is a beautiful town nestling at the foot of the Pirin mountains, south of Sophia, on the main trade routes with Greece.

Egypt

  1. To gain control of all the trade routes into Egypt, he embarked on wars of expansion. (Web site)
  2. These fortresses controlled the trade routes between Egypt and Damascus and gave Raynald access to the Red Sea. (Web site)
  3. This was just fine for the maritime commercial cities, which wanted to establish trade routes through Egypt to India.

Nubia

  1. It was close to Nubia and the eastern desert, with their valuable mineral resources and trade routes.

Intersection

  1. Cologne's location on the river Rhine placed it at the intersection of the major trade routes between east and west and was the basis of Cologne's growth.
  2. Novy Jicin was established in the latter half of the 13 th century near the intersection of two old trade routes.

Merchants

  1. Merchants and soldiers, they opened up new trade routes to Byzantium and to the East, they took part in campaigns against Tsar'grad (i.e. (Web site)
  2. With the support of these merchants, many cave monasteries were established along the trade routes across Central Asia. (Web site)

China

  1. An increase in commerce and the expansion of trade routes brought a measure of cross culturization between Iran and China. (Web site)
  2. The Tang and Han are often referenced as the prosperous ages of China; the Tang, like the Han, established jurisdiction on trade routes.
  3. There were also colonies of Sogdians in various cities along the trade routes to China; in fact, most Sogdian material comes from outside Sogdiana. (Web site)

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