Trade in the Roman Empire Map (c. 200 CE)
This map shows the major sources of trade goods in the Roman Empire, circa 200 CE. The map shows the sources of the following trade goods: grain, olive oil, slaves, wine, metals, textiles and wild animals.
Map of Medieval Japanese Trade & Wako Pirates
Map depicting Medieval Japan and its trade relations with its neighbours, China and Korea. The map shows the major trade goods exchanged between Japan, China, and Korea. Black lines show the approximate routes taken by the Wako Pirates. Each...
Late Medieval Land & Maritime Trade Routes
A map showing the late medieval trade routes by land and sea across Europe and Western Asia.
Phoenician Trade Network
Map of Phoenicia and its trade routes.
Roman Trade & Economy
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Foreign Connections: Egypt and the Outside World before the New Kingdom
Foreign Connections: Egypt and the Outside World before the New Kingdom In this lecture, Dr. Garry Shaw (garryshawegypt.blogspot.co.uk) discusses how Egypt interacted with its neighbours, looking at aspects of trade, diplomacy, and more...
Ancient Egypt: Economy
This video is an explanation of ancient Egyptian economy. Source: Burstein, M. Stanley, "World History: Ancient Civilizations". Social Studies. Holt, California. 2006.
World's Toughest Jobs: Salt Miner | National Geographic
In the West African desert, gathering and hauling salt is a grueling task, not left for the meek. Camel caravans still move the tablets to market. See all National Geographic videos: http://video.nationalgeographic.com/video/?source=4001...
This video has a verbal education-style. It discusses Etruscan art and architecture, as well as the society as a whole. Further, it will explain how Etruscan art relates to their culture.
World's Oldest Intact Shipwreck Discovered in the Black Sea
The world's oldest intact shipwreck has been discovered in the Black Sea after the most technologically advanced search ever. Carbon dated to 500 BCE, the ship is among 72 found at the bottom of the sea and may have been depicted on an...