EARLY TRADING CONDITIONS

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You've got the gold I need for my necklace and I've got the silk you need for your robe.

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EARLY TRADING CONDITIONSSeminarski radibenik, oujak 2013.CONTENT:1. INTRODUCTION12. EARLY DEVELOPMENT23. MARCO POLO34. GOLD TRADE AND MALI EMPIRE45. THE FAIR-TRADE SYSTEM56. FEUDALISM67. CONCLUSION7LITERATURE81. INTRODUCTIONYou've got the gold I need for my necklace and I've got the silk you need for your robe.What to do?Nowadays, if you need something, you go to the closest mall, shell out a few bucks and head home. Thousands of years ago, the process wasn't nearly as simple. If you or someone in your town didn't grow it, herd it or make it, you needed to abandon that desire or else travel for it, sometimes over great distances. For many towns, the effort of trade was too much.Those ancient towns make only rare appearances in our history books.When the first civilizations did begin trading with each other about five thousand years ago, however, many of them got rich...and fast.Trade was also a boon for human interaction, bringing cross-cultural contact to a whole new level.2. EARLY DEVELOPMENTThe period extending from the middle of the 2nd millennium BCE to the beginning of the Common era saw the Western Asian, Mediterranean, Chinese and Indian societies develop major transportation networks for trade. One of the vital instruments which facilitated long distance trade was portage

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