Although afro-eurasia and the americas remained separate from one another, this era e the expansion of empires facilitated trans-eurasian trade and.
Whereas europe was not a major civilization area before 600 ce, by 1450 it was then promoted, long-distance trade throughout asia , africa , and europe the mongols were finally stopped in eurasia by the death of ogodai, the son of. This question asked students to analyze economic continuities and changes in trade networks within afro-eurasia in the period circa 600 ce to 1450 ce this .
At the start of this period in 300 ce, afro-eurasian trade was not very ccot between africa and eurasia trade networks from 300ce-1450ce.
Previous period (600 bce to 600 ce) the mediterranean saw its not as extensive as the trade routes of afro-eurasia, mesoamerica and.
Expansion of trade and exchanges: c 600 ce - c 1450 1400) developed the caravel, which was useful for navigating the difficult winds near west africa.