AP World History 600-1450 C.E.

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As trade on the Indian Ocean developed during the Post-Classical Era, how did weather patterns affect trade routes?

During the Southwest Monsoon season (April to September), goods largely traveled from India/Asia to Africa. During the Northeast Monsoon Season (November to February), goods largely traveled from Africa to India/Asia.

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AP World History 600 1450 C E
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