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)How did the harvest of purple dye by the Phoenicians from sea snails influence the Mediterranean world? Purple garments became status symbols throughout the Mediterranean. Conflicts arose as other civilizations attempted to do the same. Tyrian dye lost its value because it became too common. The Phoenicians no longer needed to engage in trade to support their economy.

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  1. anonymous
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  2. Rushwr
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    Thinking wait. What do you think the answer is ?

  3. anonymous
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    i have no thouht

  4. Rushwr
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    I think I'll go with A .Tyrianye was the purple dye so it was traded . But it can't be take as an influence right? So that's out . They were the greatest traders so the last one is also out. I'm rolling between the 1st one and the 2 one. What I thought was the conflicts occured due to high civilization rate and the tradings. So it was not influenced by the purple dye. That is why I choosed A

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    what was the answer given ?

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