The Arab slave trade is a name used to refer to the intersection of slavery and trade surrounding the Arab world and Indian Ocean , mainly in Western and Central Asia , Northern and Eastern Africa , India , and Europe. The trade was conducted through slave markets in these areas, with the slaves captured mostly from Africa's interior,  Southern and Eastern Europe,    the Caucasus , and Central Asia. Walter Rodney argues that the term Arab Slave Trade is a historical misnomer since bilateral trade agreements between myriad ethnic groups across the proposed ' Zanj trade network' characterized much of the acquisition process of chattel , and more often than not indentured servants. The East African slave trade network was later dominated by European colonial traders by the 18th and 19th centuries, when the destinations of most East African slaves were plantation colonies owned by Europeans. The Arab slave trade, across the Sahara desert and across the Indian Ocean , began after Muslim Arab and Swahili traders won control of the Swahili Coast and sea routes during the 9th century see Sultanate of Zanzibar.
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Join us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter. Receive UWN's free weekly e-newsletters. Copyright University World News. For various reasons, the trans-Saharan slave trade — unlike trans-Atlantic slavery — is under-studied. Papers presented agreed that both slave trades were unprecedented in history and responsible for the deportation of millions of Africans to various parts of the world.
Please click this link to download the chapter. The Atlantic slave trade began in when African captives from the Senegal river were taken to the port of Lagos in southern Portugal and sold as slaves. After the Spanish reached the Americas in , the direction of the trade became trans-Atlantic.