Pacific Centuries: Pacific and Pacific Rim History Since the by Dennis Flynn

By Dennis Flynn

Beginning with the sixteenth century exchange of Latin American silver and chinese language silk, prime researchers hint the commercial, environmental and social historical past of the Pacific zone. Chapters study the alternate of various commodities in the Pacific and examine the ecological and social affects of this expanding financial task. The powerful chinese language market emerges as the most important to early Pacific improvement, and is in comparison with Japan's vital position within the region's smooth economic system.

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Usually, trade benefited from the central protection and control of a powerful government such as the Sui dynasty in China (AD 581–618). Times of political disintegration left the trade at the mercy of various contentious local leaders. Close to the western end of the Silk Road, the Byzantine empire and the Sassanid empire in Persia survived the collapse of the so-called classical age of long-distance cross-cultural interactions between China under the Han dynasty and the Roman empire (Bentley 40 THE GREAT SILK EXCHANGE 1996:763).

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