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Tropical Africa and Asia: Comparison and contrast between tropical Africa and Asia during the 1200-1500 era
TROPICAL AFRICA AND ASIA
The geography, trade, technology, religion, and cultural aspects contributed the development of tropical Africa and Asia during the1200-1500 era. Southern Arabia, and most of Africa, India, and Southeast Asia lie between the tropics of Capricorn and Cancer. New empires such as, Mali and the Delhi Sultanate were consolidated under the Islamic faith and cultures. Under its rule, these societies were able to expand their trade and advanced in technological developments.
Both Mali and the Delhi Sultanate lied in the tropical zone of Africa and Asia. Lacking the hot and…
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