The Mediterranean Trade: The Impact Of The Crusades

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The Mediterranean trade was a trade route that helped spread goods from areas that were in large quantity to areas that were short in supply. Plus, it was also an important feature that aided in the development of civilizations of Europe. But not only did this help revive it, it was also the impact of the Crusades. The Crusades was a cycle of Christian military campaigns that dominated the politics of Europe. The impact of this resulted in two things: noble courts and flourishing cities. Both of these resulted in consuming more goods from the east side and also led to the adoption of ideas, artistic styles, and industrial processes.
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