Phoenician access to the Mediterranean Sea led to
the spread of the Phoenician system of government among Mediterranean civilizations
the development of larger and better trained armies in nearby Egypt and Sumer
the Greek's decision to invade Phoenicia in order to control their trade routes
the widespread availability of glass across the Mediterranean region
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How did the geography of Greece influence Greeks' interactions with each other?
It led to the creation of a unified monarchy.
It caused independent city-states to develop.
It led to the Persian Wars.
It caused a Greek system of military rule to develop.
The geography of Greece
led to limited interactions with other cultures in the Mediterranean
was rich in natural resources and led to repeated invasions from the Macedonians
encouraged greater contact with peoples on the southern and eastern Mediterranean coasts
caused the Greeks to eventually relocate eastward under Alexander the Great
How did the purple dye, Tyrian, impact the Mediterranean region?
It was so rare it became a symbol of great status and wealth.
It caused the city of Tyre to become a major political center.
It made the Egyptians invade Phoenicia so they could control the trade of Tyrian.
It led to a sharp increase in immigration to the Eastern Mediterranean region.
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How did the Phoenician glass trade impact the Mediterranean region?
It supplied a growing tradition of glass blowing across the region.
It led to conflict for the Phoenicians due to the wealth they earned.
It caused the Egyptians to stop producing glass from sand in the Nile Delta.
It resulted in the destruction of the Phoenician coastline.
Why did the Phoenicians establish Carthage?
to fight Rome
to serve as a trading post
to sell slaves
to control the gold trade