What types of networks allowed for the exchange of goods and ideas between our early foraging ancestors?
The types of networks that allowed the exchange of goods and ideas between our early foraging ancestors include;
1. Village networks- connection of villages and local nomadic people.
2. Metropolitan network- connected cities with the rural areas and villages surrounding them.
3. Long-distance networks- connected people who were a hundred miles away from each other.
4. Interlocking networks- connection through roads, sea lanes, and trails.