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GRRR: Movement of People and Goods. Crusades: Holy War When did this occur? 1095-1200 (11 th -13 th C) What were the causes of the Crusades? Muslims took.

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1 GRRR: Movement of People and Goods

2 Crusades: Holy War When did this occur? (11 th -13 th C) What were the causes of the Crusades? Muslims took control of Jerusalem, Pope called for Christian soldiers to take the city. What were the effects of the Crusades? – Power of the Pope declines – Feudalism is weakened – Trade between Middle East and Europe begins – this makes Italian trading cities wealthy – Europe gets ideas and technology

3 Silk Road What was the Silk Road? A series of trade routes which connected China and Rome, main conduit for exchange of goods and ideas What kind of goods, ideas, and technology flowed along this route? Silk, porcelain, gold, spices, moveable type, gunpowder

4 Muslim Influence on Africa When did this happen? Late 600s (7 th -14 th C) How/why did Islam spread here? Originally, Muslims conquered North Africa – Islam spread into W. Africa and the Eastern coast through trade, Mansa Musa made the Hajj What were the effects? The religion changed from animism to Islam, literacy increased (Arabic was read), kingdoms developed with larger, complex cities, eventually leads to slave trade

5 Bantu Migrations Who were the Bantu? Early African people who began to migrate southward throughout Africa Why did they migrate? To find new farmland and land for grazing How did they affect Africa? Their language spread throughout Africa, their knowledge of iron-smelting spread

6 Crusades Silk Road Muslim influence Bantu

7 1.1 – the earliest humans evolved in the Rift Valley in Africa and migrated outward 2.4 – cultural diffusion 3.1 – spread of Hellenic culture 4.3 – contact with the Byzantine culture in the 10 th century 5.4 – developed extensive trade in gold, ivory, and salt 6.3 – maintained a uniquely individual culture while borrowing much from other cultures 7.2 – had not yet been introduced to Europe from the New World 8.2 – an increased demand for goods from the Middle East and Asia 9.4 – find land for farming and grazing 10.4 (8 – typo) – Atlantic slave trade 11.1 – trade increased between Europe and Asia 12.3 – increase in trade


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