Stations and trade routes before Islam


  • Khaled Musa Al-Husseini University of Kufa- College of Arts
  • Elham Hamad Issa Al-Qabchi University of Kufa- College of Arts



The Commercial Stations



Trade is one of the most outstanding feature for the tribes of Arab peninnsula .Since the island site had the greatest impact on its population that occupied an excellent place in the world of commerce and was its importance that they had kings and leaders were sometimes leaders .

It was necessary for the Arabs to direct their attention to the trade routes which represented the main artery to the centers of marketing merchandise ,which led a prominent role in the lives of people of the peninsula and an important factor in formation cities and kingdoms , and many  of the stations convoys until the fall of the states and the emergence of some of the other was based on the booming trade in the fledgling state and its degradation in the fleeting state as a result of trade routes turning by .


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الحسيني خالد موسى, and القابچي الهام حمد. “Stations and Trade Routes before Islam”. Kufa Journal of Arts, vol. 1, no. 26, May 2016, pp. 101-22, doi:10.36317/kaj/2015/v1.i26.6144.

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