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Human migration: 600 - 1450 Regional and interregional interactions

Human migration: 600 - 1450 Regional and interregional interactions

During the period of 600 to 1450, large-scale human migrations occurred as a result of political, economic, and environmental pressures.

In East Asia, the Mongol Empire unified large parts of the region and allowed for increased trade and cultural exchanges between China, India, and the Middle East.

In Europe, the Vikings explored and colonized the North Atlantic and Mediterranean regions, leading to the spread of their culture and language.

In the Americas, the Inca and Aztec Empires expanded through conquest and trade, while the indigenous peoples of the Americas were pushed further into the interior of the continent.

In Africa, the Bantu migrations spread agricultural and cultural practices across the continent.

In the Middle East, Islamic conquest led to the spread of the religion and culture across the region.

In the Indian Ocean region, the growth of trade networks facilitated the exchange of goods and ideas between India, China, the Middle East, and East Africa.

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