Was ancient Baghdad popular in trade?
Ancient Baghdad was a huge area of trade. Spices, clothing, porcelain, and other exotic goods went through the city
don't worry about it.
The Silk Route connected Cordoba to Baghdad and most of the rest of the ancient Asian and Middle Eastern world.
Baghdad was a popular place to trade in the 8th and 9th century because of it's fertility, tempered climate, closeness to water and connection to trade routes. It also provided goods, such as spices, clothing, porcelain, precious metals and jewels and other exotic items.
Baghdad is well situated for trade because it is on the river Tigris and on the route from the Persian Gulf to eastern Turkey
Baghdad became such an important center of world trade because Baghdad provided goods that people wanted like gold,silver, iron, pearls, and food. People would come to get those goods, and Baghdad will get money and they became an important center of world trade. :D
Baghdad is a medieval city, not an ancient city. Therefore, Ancient Baghdad does not exist. Medieval Baghdad was a sprawling metropolis with large universities, a bustling port, large open-air markets, and numerous ethnic minorities. It was the Abbassid Capital city and as such many individuals from across the Islamic Caliphates came to Baghdad to learn and to make money. (It was the New York of its day.)
Baghdad traded goods and ideas along the silk road.
Yes they did for 500e
In Ancient Egypt it was very popular to sell wheat and barley and papyrus.
it was in Baghdad in Iraq
Dancing and stuff like that.
In ancient times it was Persepolis.
Baghdad was not founded until the late 700s CE. Therefore, it was constructed in the Middle Ages, not Ancient Times. It was originally built as the capital of the Abbassid Caliphate.
The main source of income of the cities of Baghdad and Constantinople are agriculture, industry, and trade. Constantinople is located in the country Turkey and Baghdad is the capital of Iraq.
During the 8th century, Baghdad was a major trade hub as well as a center of learning for many people. Among the things that were traded there were clothing, spices, porcelain, vegetables, and fabrics
In which present day countries are the trade centers of Alexandria Baghdad and Dimascus.Thanks to the dude who answered.?
Damascus is in Syria,Baghdad is in Iraq,and Alexandria is in Egypt
Iraq or ancient mesopotamia
because it was in the middle of every trade route
According to what I have read, the people in Baghdad traded many things, such as: clothes spices materials porcelain vegetables and many other exotic goods
Baghdad has traditionally been at the western end of the Silk Road. Merchants in Baghdad would send goods from central Asia west toward the Mediterranean.
Baghdad, Cairo, and Damascus
wines and spices and meals and harrisa is a type of food btw
from east to west!
It was a good location for trade since many people used the rivers to ship goods north and south.
The ancient city of Babylon was located near modern Baghdad.
they were made out of mostly mud,bricks and for poor people straw
because long long ago, preople had pop stains on their pants....therefore, the called baghdad harbor the harbor of the world.....p.s. they had ria problems
Baghdad was founded in the eighth century by the Abbbasid Caliphs. It was from its foundation an Islamic city, in an area where both Arabic and Persian were spoken. The name if the city is probably of Persian origin.
Ancient Babylonia lies in modern-day Iraq, its ruins found about 80 km south of Baghdad.
Medieval Baghdad was famous for many things such as trade (cloth, spices books silk, and etc ), philosophers, artists and etc but it was most famous for the great library present in it - The House of Wisdom.
As the crow flies, Jerusalem is 875 km southwest of Baghdad.
People in Baghdad eat, melons, plums, barley, rice and other grains and vegetables like cucumbers and tomatoes. The most popular meats are fish, chicken and lamb.
the mediterranean sea
with the ancient egyptians and ancient greeks
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Im thinking from what i know Christmas is a pretty popular holiday in Iraq!
Ancient Mali trade routeis north to the mediterranean sea and across Egypt.
No, It didn't
They moved the capital from Damascus to Baghdad for the benefits of better control of trade routes and information.
Trade made West Africa one of the most thriving trade ports of all of the ancient kingdoms.
Major items of trade in ancient Africa Slaves,gold, spices and ivory.
Some of that trade is by sea transport.
Their trade was about trading stuff.
Ancient Nubia was in the center of Africa, and that is why it was the center of trade in ancient times.