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Describe the major classical period trading patterns within and among China, India and the Mediterranean?

The major classical period trading patterns within China, India and the Mediterranean are:
Expanded territory – added southern rice valley
Feudal system
Weights, measures, coinage standardized
Powerful military
Building projects undertaken
Polis – city-state – politics
Promoted trade and communication


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