anonymous
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What effect did the Crusades have on trade? Trade throughout the Mediterranean was destroyed. Trading cities became more important. Italian merchants saw their fortunes ruined. Europeans began to sell their own spices.
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paki
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ur guess...?
anonymous
  • anonymous
eny guesses
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anonymous
  • anonymous
A
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think so
paki
  • paki
" The objects that the crusaders brought back from the crusade(s) were highly needed by the Europeans. This encouraged the trade, and also the use of money. "
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have a look for details here... http://people.opposingviews.com/did-crusaders-trade-muslims-8159.html
anonymous
  • anonymous
i think its A
paki
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@ichigo12 @slade yeah A is rite...

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