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Decline of Feudalism

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What was one long-term result of the Mongol conquest of Muslim lands? Mongols converted to the Islamic religion.
Early travelers described Ghana as a land. gold
the trans-saharan trade increased after about 300 ce as a result of the camels
What is the best title for this list? ability to hold large amounts of water double rows of eyelashes hairy ear opening camel
why do historians not know the location of the gold mines of Wangara the miners kept it a secret
people who lived in the southern forest had to trade to get which essential product. salt
which term best describes the role of Ghana in the trans-saharan trade they were middlemen
what was one human activity that contributed to the spread of the bubonic plague trade with asia
how did the plague make life harder for jews in europe blamed for plague
which of these events took place during the hundred years war the plague reached europe
what is one reason why the battle in 1429 had a different outcome from the battle in 1364 joan of arc led the battle in 1429
how did the plague increase the power of the common people it created a shortage of workers who wanted more rights
what technological advantage helped the english win many early battles of the hundred years war longbow
how did the hundred years war contribute to the decline of feudalism hiring soldiers made monarchs less dependent on peasants.
Created by: mia culberson