Q. 44.3( 106 Votes )
What kinds of exchanges took place between nomadic pastoralists and settled agriculturists?
Nomadic pastoralists used to move from place to another with their animals, so, they hadto exchange pastoral products like wool, ghee, etc. with settled agriculturalists for grain, cloth, utensils and other products.
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