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Land trade would become more important and lead to the caravan industry and a thriving trade based economy.

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How does geography affect trade in Arabian peninsula?

it desert, nomadic way of life and near trade routes

How did the caravan trade benefit the Arabian peninsula in the fifth and sixth centuries and why did the trade routes change during this trade?

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Why was mecca a trade center for the Arabian peninsula?

Since Mecca was holy site for all Arabian faiths, it was spared from the numerous tribal conflicts between Arabs throughout the Arabian Peninsula. This allowed for Mecca to see the flourishing of commerce and international trade. The religious plurality permitted in Mecca was critical for maintaining Mecca's important position along the Arabian trade routes.

Why did so many trade routes develop on the Arabian Peninsula?

because every nomad that will travel through there would see each other and trade with whatever they had

How was the Arabian peninsula most affected?

land trade would become more important and lead to the caravan industry and a thriving trade base econmy

Why was the Arabian Peninsula important to trade routes?

Generally speaking, the Arabian Peninsula was unimportant for international trade routes. Most trade in the Middle East occurred along the Mediterranean Coast (Syria, Lebanon, Israel/Palestine), or the major rivers (Nile in Egypt, Tigris & Euphrates in Iraq). The Arabian Peninsula was the regional backwater. However, most Arabians engaged in local trade or trade exclusively with neighboring city-states or small countris. This was because local resources could not satisfy local needs and the Settled Arabs had different relative production values to the Bedouins.

Why many trade routes developed in the Arabian Peninsula?

It was the crossroads of three different continents and was surrounded by three different bodies of water which allowed them to trade to places even farther away from them

What cities were trade centers on the Arabian peninsula?


What cities on the Arabian peninsula were important to trade?

makkah and maidnah

What made the Arabian Peninsula important for trade?

because they had hookers

How did trade routes affect the religion of Islam?

Islam was affected by trade routes when they traded too. For example, when Islam traded in westAfrica, they told the people there about the religion of Islam and they converted to it. It was affected by growing bigger on trade routes.

What type of routes did Islam first spread along in the Arabian Peninsula?

Islam first spread along TRADE ROUTES since merchants could often bring the religion to places too far away to effectively conquer.

Which city was the largest and richest city along the Arabian trade routes?


Why were oases important for trade?

They became stops along the many trade routes that crossed the peninsula.


Trade introduced people to new religions and beliefs.

What did the Turks do that affected trade between Europe and Asia?

they closed trade routes to Asia

Who closed trade routes to Asia that affected trade between Europe and Asia?

the ''Turks''

What ways did the geography of the arabian peninsula contribute to the spread of islam?

The Arabian Peninsula was located at the crossroads of Europe, Africa, and Asia, which provided opportunities for the expansion of Islam both by conquest and by trade.

What cities were important to trade on the Arabian peninsula?

Makkah(also spelled Mecca) and Madinah.

Why is a oasis important?

If you are talking about the Arabian peninsula, an oasis would be important because it was the fertile area in the midst of a desert. It helped farming, became stops along trade routes, and supported livestock. Hope this helped!

Why was the Arabian peninsula an ideal place for trade in A.D. 570?

The implicit assumption of the question, that the Arabian Peninsula was an ideal place for trade in 570 C.E., is actually false. The Arabian Peninsula had a statistically insignificant role in worldwide trade at the time. The majority of world trade has always taken place within and between world powers. In the mid-500s C.E., these world powers were (1) the Byzantine Empire, (2) the Sassanid Empire, and (3) Imperial China. Large empires allowed for high levels of production, safety for travelling merchants, and cosmopolitan people wealthy enough to consistently purchase foreign or distantly-produced goods. As a result, the Arabian Peninsula was removed from these vast trading regions and had a barely noticeable presence in trade.However, trade was a central part of the Arabian economy (as small as that economy was) because critical resources like grains, metals, and manufactures could only come to Arabia via trade routes.

Why would oases be important centers for trade in the Arabian peninsula?

because oases are good places for crops, which is good for trade.

What are the most important seas and oceans that the eastbound routes cross?

Medittarian sea and Red sea.Marine trade routes across the Arabian gulf .

Why Arabian crossroad locations affected society?

It lies near the intersection of three continents-Africa, Asia, and Europe. Trade routes linking the three continents have passed through the region for thousands of years.

How might a peninsula be affected by its surroundings water?

the peninsula provided a trade route and fish which the Greeks used as for food