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By Gwyn Campbell
This quantity contains a range of essays by means of students from a number of disciplines that debate the alternate dating among Africa and the broader Indian Ocean global (IOW), a macro-region operating from East Africa to China, from early instances to approximately 1300 CE. the explanation for relating to this macro-region as a “world” is the valuable importance of the monsoon procedure which facilitated the early emergence of long-distance trans-IOW maritime trade of commodities, peoples, vegetation, animals, applied sciences and ideas.
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