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    6.2.3 (Trade And Cities) 6.2.3 (Trade And Cities) Presentation Transcript

    • Chapter 6, Section 2 III. Trade and Cities
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    • III. Trade and Cities
      • After Roman Empire, much trade ended
    • III. Trade and Cities
      • After Roman Empire, much trade ended
      • Technology Increased Trade
        • Cities like Venice and Flanders grew large and wealthy
        • Trade fairs (N. Europe and Asia)
    • III. Trade and Cities
      • Bartering  Money
      • Towns under control of Lord
        • Townspeople pay Taxes
        • Lord/Noble gives rights
          • Buy and sell property
          • Fight in the Army
    • III. Cities and Towns
      • City Council: Town government (often controlled by wealthy)
      • Guilds: Craftsmen business groups
        • Set Limits on quantity
        • Decided who would enter trade
    • III. Trade and Cities
      • Apprentice: Learned from master.
    • III. Trade and Cities
      • Apprentice: Learned from master.
      • Medieval Cities
        • Crowded
        • Dirty
        • Polluted
      • Women:
        • Cooked and raised children
        • Helped Husbands with Trade