Impact Of Migrations Of Pastoral Peoples On The Middle Ages

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Paper 2: Migrations and Pasturalists Analyze the impact that migrations of pastoral peoples had on the development of civilization from the Second Wave civilizations to those of the Middle Ages. It is called migration all population displacements that occurs from a place of origin to another destination and brings a change of habitual residence in the case of people .The history refers to the great cultural movements, economic geographical and political that led to massive displacements of the population, both spontaneous or forced. The development of the first ' 'polis ' ' also caused a migration from the countryside to the city then has all civilizations. Mass migrations took place approximately the third century and eighth century of our era in Europe marking the transition between ancient history and the Middle Ages that goes by the name of Late Antiquity. Historians often speak of several phases in these invasions, the role corresponding to the first Germanic peoples (of the third century to the sixth century), while the latter correspond to the Vikings and the Magyars and the Arabs (protagonists of the invasion Muslim seventh century and eighth century). ' 'The bronze age witnessed the development and expansion of pastoralism to the central and eastern steppes, the growth of urban areas in Central Asia oases, and ongoing mutually beneficial commercial activity between those cultural areas ' ' (Christian 902). All these migrations brought drastic consequences in
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