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14 October, 02:43

There is evidence that Sumerian traders traveled to the

Indus River in India to trade with civilizations there.

What is the approximate distance that these traders

traveled?

600 kilometers

O 600 miles

2,000 kilometers

2,000 miles

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  1. 14 October, 03:21
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    Sumerian traders traveled 2000 miles to the Indus River in India to trade with civilizations there.

    Explanation:

    Sumerians are known for their metalwork and craft. Sumerians traded with their neighboring countries for their survival. They exchanged timber, wine, precious metals and stones to get grain, oils and textiles.

    To trade with Indian civilizations, Sumerian traders traveled 2000 miles to the Indus River. They use donkey caravan, river barges and sea - going ships for travelling to all parts of the world.

    During trading Sumerians faced many challenges. They mainly used sea route for trading; Unpredictable flooding was a great challenge faced by the Sumerians.
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