anonymous
  • anonymous
Which key trade route did the Muslim Empire control? A. The Middle Passage B. The Salt Trade Route C. The Asian Trade Route D. The Silk Road
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anonymous
  • anonymous
they controlled the silk road. "The Republic of Venice had become a formidable power, and a key player in the Eastern spice trade.[1] Other powers, in an attempt to break the Venetian hold on spice trade, began to build up maritime capability.[1] One of the major consequences of the spice trade was the discovery of the American continent by European explorers. Until the mid-15th century, trade with the east was achieved through the Silk Road, with the Byzantine Empire and the Italian city-states of Venice and Genoa acting as a middle man." got this from wiki

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