What Were The Linguistic Effects Of Migration During The Post-Classical Era?

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What new technologies enabled the growth of interregional trade networks and agricultural development (be specific)? The invention of paper money, the compass, and larger trading ships helped grow interregional trade networks such as the Indian Ocean Trade Route and the Mediterranean Trade Route. Paper money helped trade because it is easier to produce and lighter to trade with than traditional metal coins. The invention of the compass let traders out at sea sail without fear of getting lost, which helped ships get to their destinations quicker than before. Large trading ships, like the Chinese junks, allowed more goods to be transported at a time since they can carry so much more across the ocean. What factors encouraged commercial growth in the post-classical…show more content…
Natural resources were also extracted for human use like iron, trees, and animals. When people migrate through an area they would use up anything they could since they were not going to come back to that area for a while. What were the linguistic effects of migration during the post-classical era? The Bantu people migrated across Africa during the Post-Classical era. Along with their technology of iron tools and agriculture, they also spread their language to the native people. Before the Bantu came to the area, the people spoke their own diverse languages but now, people all across southern Africa speak a Bantu language. Where and why did Muslim trade networks change in the post-classical era? Islam spread from the Arabian Peninsula to the land between Iberia and India through conquest and trade. Islam didn’t have much influence before it took control of land in the trade regions, but after the years of conquest, it changed. The religion now was right in the middle of all the major trade networks (The Silk Road, Trans-Saharan, and Mediterranean), so it was easily spread abroad on

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