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The Columbian Exchange: The Discovery Of The New World

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With the discovery of the new world by Columbus in 1492 came the inevitable trades between Afro-Eurasia and the Americas. This became better known as the Columbian Exchange. Livestock, plants, culture, technology, ideas, and even populations of humans were among what broadened both worlds. Plants that were transferred from the Old World to the New World were ackee, almond, apple, apricot, artichoke, asparagus, banana, barley, basil, beet, bilberry, bitter melon, black pepper, Brassica oleracea, cantaloupe, carambola, cardamom, carrot, celery, chickpea, cinnamon, clove, coffee, citrus, cilantro, cucumber, cumin, date palm, eggplant, fennel, fig, flax, garlic, ginger, grape, hazelnut, hemp, kola nut, leek, lettuce, lentil, mango, millet, mustard
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