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World History & You

Ch. 13 The Growth of Cities & Trade

What did people use to buy and sell goods with during the Middle Ages? They used Money.
Who were the Christian soldiers who wanted to capture Palestine? The Crusaders.
After the Middle Ages Europe began to do what with the people in the Middle East? They began to trade for goods.
Where were many cities built? They were by the sea.
What were the people who buy or sell goods called? They were Merchants.
In 1099 what did the Crusaders do to Jerusalem? They captured It or took control of it.
As Cities grew what ended in the Middle ages? Feudalism.
Who were the Muslims who conquered Palestine? The Turks.
What 2 groups of people were the largest in the Middle Ages? The Landowners and Slaves.
What Group was the smallest during the Middle Ages? Servants.
Created by: mtrampf