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Exploration was primarily Economic
<Tab/>The age of European Exploration was primarily an economic event because the urge to explore, to find a trade route, was sparked by economic endeavors. By the 1400's Europeans wanteed to buy Asian products, such as jewels, silk, cinnamon, pepper and cloves. Overland trade was expensive and frequently prevented by middle-man countries.
<Tab/>Turkish Muslims controlled the overland route between Europe and Asia. They also controlled the sea routes from Asia to the middle east. Venice had a monopoly on trade in spices and other goods between the Muslim ports.…
- Exploration was primarily Economic
- The Economic Changes in England During Eighteenth Century That Caused The Industrial Revolution
- World War 1, 1920, a decade of great recklessness in Social Political, and economic areas of life.
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