You Want to Trade ? Harmoni Kilgore Jakari Corey Trans- Saharan Caravan Routes This trading route used camels to transport their goods from Kush to West Africa. Caravans are groups of camels that travel together. This source of transportation was very efficient.Years of this trade route lasted from 600-1450. TSCR: Climate Sand Dunes Hot and Steamy Weather Dry Conditions TSCR: Location The trade route went from Kush to West Africa and everything between. TSCR: Trade Goods Spices from India Iront Tools and Weapons from Kush Kola Nuts ,Edible Palm Oil,Wheats, and Olives TSCR: Ethnicity The Ethnicity of this trade route was Africans from Kush Kingdom and West Africa. Mediterranean Sea Lanes A route of lanes that transported goods to those bordering the Mediterranean sea. MSL: Climate Subtropical Climate; Mild and Rainy Winters Relatively Warm and Dry Summers MSL: Location This trade route was located in the Mediterranean Sea. MSL: Trade Goods Salt, Olive oil, Slaves, Fish, Wine MSL: Ethnicity The ethnic groups were a mixture of Arab, Sicilian, Norman, Spanish, Italian, and English. Eurasian Silk Roads ● The Eurasian Silk Road was a trade route linking the lands of the Mediterranean with China by way of Mesopotamia, Iran, and Central Asia. E.S.R and Its Climate ● The climate of the eurasian silk road may vary because of the size of its landmass. ● The climate of the Eurasian silk roads ranges from tropical to arctic and due to the fact the land was located near large bodies of water, there was a good source of nature. E.S.R & Its Location ● Eurasian Silk Roads were located in the Ancient Chinese Capital city of Chang’an to west end points at Byzantium and other middle eastern cities. Eurasian Trading Goods E.S.R Ethnicity The people of the silk roads were indo european and chinese. Indian Ocean Sea Lanes ● Indian Ocean Sea Lanes was a trading system that connected East Africa, Southern Arabia, The Persian Gulf, India, Southeast Asian, and Southern China. ● Most of the trade took place in China to Southeast Asia to India to Eastern Africa and the Middle East. I.O.S.L Climate ● The climate of the Indian Ocean Sea Lanes would be Monsoon climate to semi arid. ● During monsoon it would be considered more of a wet climate because of the moisture the monsoon caused. I.O.S.L Location ● The Location of the Indian Ocean Sea Lanes would be the South China sea, Chinese and The Malays. I.O.S.L Trading Goods ● In the Indian Ocean Sea Lanes trading system they traded Pottery, Indian spices, Ivory, Gold, Emeralds, Diamonds, Pigment, Pearls, and Tropical Fruits. I.O.S.L Ethnicity of Its People ● Ethnicities of the people involved in this system were Chinese, Indians, and Africans.