Unformatted text preview: distance is the fact it was written down in these complex societies. Some were admins., privates or diplomatic and admin. We also know who was contacted in order to make the trade possible. We have found old fossils that indicate that such items were not native to such lands and assumed that they were traded amongst the people. 3. What was the importance of this long distance trade to the development or maintenance of the society at one end of the trade route or the other? a. The trade allowed the natives of their own country to thrive and make technological innovation thus allowing them to pave forward and industrialize their society. The socio-economic system of central Mesopotamian region sees a transformation in which the centralized bureaucracy is the dominate feature, towards a system in which private accumulation appears to become more steady and important...
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This note was uploaded on 11/08/2011 for the course ANTHRO 150 taught by Professor Sugerman during the Fall '08 term at UMass (Amherst).
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