What continuities in networks of exchange existed in relation to the 1200 to 1450 time period?
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What are the continuities and changes in networks of exchange from 1450 to 1750?
1450 to 1759 was a period of large-scale change in global trading systems. The Americas joined the Afro-Eurasian trading system, and Europe commercialized and began its global expansion and conquest.
What were the similarities among the various trade networks of exchange from 1200 to 1450?
All respective trade networks demonstrated an exchange of cultural, technological, and biological diffusion within and between various societies. ... .
Commercial improvement led to an increase in the volume of trade among these networks which expanded trade networks..
Trade networks promoted new trading cities..
How did networks of exchange benefit global States from 1200 1450?
Unit 2: Networks of Exchange (c. 1200-1450): Improved commercial practices led to an increased volume of trade and expanded the geographical range of existing trade routes—including the Silk Roads, trans-Saharan trade network, and Indian Ocean—promoting the growth of powerful new trading cities.
Which trade networks facilitated cultural and technological transfers in the 1200 to 1450 time period?
Some examples of cultural transfers that occurred as a result of trade networks in the 1200-1450 time period were the spread of religions. Buddhism, and more specifically Mahayana Buddhism, spread through the Silk Roads and the Indian Ocean trade networks.