Answer to Question #180894 in History for Feby Abraham

Question #180894

The economy of the Arabs in the seventh century was based on:

 

  Manufacturing of textiles, pottery, and luxury items like jewelry. 

  Nomadic pastoralism, overland trade, and some farming in oases. 

  Plantation agriculture worked by slaves. 


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2021-04-15T10:54:10-0400

Nomadic pastoralism. The main economic activity of the Arabian communities in the 7th century was agriculture dominated by livestock production. Livestock production plaid a key role in the economy of Arab since most of the Arabs were livestock herders who migrated from place to place in search of pasture for their livestock


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