Chapter 22 - Reaching Out: Cross Cultural Interactions


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This chapter explores the cross-cultural networks that linked Europe and Asia between 1000 and 1500. The Mongol conquests of the thirteenth century disrupted commerce along the ancient silk route through central Asia, but eventually trade and travel were restored and even strengthened. Although travel was slow and costly, international trade grew significantly with the exchange of crops, technologies, and ideas. Ironically, that same traffic helped spread the bubonic plague, the Black Death, which ravaged much of Eurasia in the mid-fourteenth century.


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This presentation was a review of Chapter 22 from the 2010-2011 AP Classes.