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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.

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  1. anonymous
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    @misssunshinexxoxo @specialkate70

  2. misssunshinexxoxo
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    See :) this one says glass in it

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    oh it gave me the answer xD

  4. anonymous
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    hahahahah this one was easy

  5. misssunshinexxoxo
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    many colonies spread across the Mediterranean Region, it should not be a surprise that the Phoenicians left a legacy along the way. When a civilization takes on the traits of another civilization it is called cultural diffusion. Through trade the Phoenicians not only carried goods on their travels, they also sprinkled their culture all along the Mediterranean Region. Italy: Sidon was known as the center of the glass industry. They were among the earliest innovators of the blown glass technique. Sidon opened workshops in Italy where working with the Italian artisans they perfected blown glass. In conclusion It supplied a growing tradition of glass blowing across the region.

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    If you connect your last question with this one; it is obviously A

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    yeah i think its a thats what i was about to say

  8. misssunshinexxoxo
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    Think about them making glass; that's what they were famous for. Personally I have a collection of jewelry from the Mediterranean.

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    yup a is right! :)

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    there both very helpful :)

  11. anonymous
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    aww thanks! :)

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