Chapter 1 Exploring the Maritime Trading Area
- The Birthplace of Civilization - Chapter 2 Bridge to the Maritime Trading Area - The World of the East Mediterranean - Chapter 3 Formation of the Maritime Trading Area - Phoenicia, Greece, Rome - Conclusion ; Ancient Maritime Trade Theory
Chapter 1 Maritime Trading Areas in Ancient Asia - Indian Ocean, Straits Part, China Sea - Chapter 2 Joining Asia's Trading Areas - Expansion of Islam and China - Chapter 3 Asia before Europeans advance - The Asian Great Trade Era - Chapter 4@North and South European Trading Areas - Two Different Trading Areas - Conclusion ; Medieval Maritime Trade Theory
- Buying Large and Bulky Necessities -
Chapter 1 Formation of World Maritime Trading Area - Start of Colonial Trade - Chapter 2 Asia after Europeans Advance - From securing a Trading Port to controlling the Territory - Conclusion ; Early Modern Maritime Trade Theory - The Beginning of Trading to Process and Re-export Trading -
y Appendix z
Phoenician or Greece and the Diaspora Trading Community
Medieval European Merchant - Pray to God and Live for Profit -
Amalfi Sea Law - Transitional Sea Law -
Northern Europe Gateway Hamburg, its trade
Forms of trade with Japan's Shilla and Bohai
Southeast Asian Seafarer during the Great Voyage
Sea of Abduction, Coco Island - Oceania
Slave Traders resisting the Abolition of the 19th century
y Reading Literature Series z
Read "Seven Voyages of Sindbad"
Read "The Travels of Marco Polo"
A Florentine Merchant who traveled the World
22 years of Maritime life across Five continents
Read "EnninEThe Record of a Pilgrimage to China in Search of the Buddhist Law"
Read "The Travels of Ibn Battuta"
Read Zheng-He's Western going from "Yingya Shenglan"
Read Tome Pires's "The Suma Oriental"
Tensho and Kentyo Mission to Europe, and Petro K "