What did merchants in Verona Italy sell in 1562?

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Imported goods such as spices, tea, silks
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How did the merchant class in northern Italy influence the renaissance?

The city of Florence located in the central-north of Italy was theheart of the wool industry in Europe leading to excess profit inthe hands of rich merchants. These merchants invested theirsurpluses in banking which yielded more profit. These excesses ledto patronage of gifted individuals to develop (MORE)

Why did Shakespeare chose Verona Italy as the setting for Romeo and Juliet?

in order to explore how a play creates an experience for the audience one of the elemnts that should be studied is setting. considering where and when the play takes place is necessary to better understand the play. maybe this was the reason why shakespeare chose Verona, Italy. It probably helped sh (MORE)

Where did merchants sell their town goods?

The merchants sold their goods while they traveled. Sometimes theyvisited shops to offer their products while other times they soldtheir products directly to individuals.

Where is Verona?

Verona is in the North East of Italy. See the related link below. Verona is a city in Italy.

What is the Geography of Verona Italy?

Verona is situated in northern Italy alongside the Adige River andnear the Lessini Mountains. Verona is in a strategic geographicallocation as it is at the crossroads between northern Europe andMediterranean countries towards its south.

What did the colonial merchants sell?

they sold wigs, hats, bonnets, candy, games, pencils, utencils, tea cups, plates, bowls, and fans. hope this helps! XP This is right but there is a lot more than this. -CD67

What did 1562 have to do with Florida?

In 1562, Jean Ribault traveled from France to Florida to explorethe area. With 100 men, Jean Ribault began a new colony in Florida,which helped France to control the land and run away the Spanishsettlers.

Where did early merchants sell their goods?

Often, in ancient times, a merchant would sell his goods in theheart of the city. For example, in Ancient Egypt, a merchant oftentransported his goods to Rome where he set up "shop" and sold hismerchandise to residents and travelers.

What clothing did medieval merchants sell?

I'm not sure... sorry, I'm not too helpful! I think they sold dresses for the women and whatever the men wore... The people had to get their clothes from somewhere, so it was probably from the clothes merchants!

What plague hit the city of Verona Italy in the early 1500s?

The bubonic plague, also known as the black death, ravaged Europe in the thirteenth and fourteenth century, destroying about one-third of the population. It was still around in the 16th and even in the 17th centuries, but was an old story by then. However, there was a new disease that spread like wi (MORE)

What were the Burial Customs In Verona Italy 1300s?

The religious ceremonies of the funeral mass were of course common throughout Catholic Christendom at this time. Embalming did not become common in medieval and renaissance Europe until the late 17th century. Burials in churchyards or church crypts were most common.

What happened in 1562?

January 15. 3rd sitting of Council of Trente opens. January 17. Edict of St. Germain recognizes Huguenots in France. March 1. Blood bath at Vassy: General de Guise allows 1200 huguenots murder. March 9. Kissing in public banned in Naples (punishable by death). March 15. General Francois de (MORE)

How would you describe Verona Italy?

Verona is a lovely small city on the Lombardy plain in Northern Italy. The entire city is a UNESCO world heritage site because of its large numbers of beautiful and historic buildings. Of particular interest is the Roman amphitheatre which is frequently used to this day, especially for operatic perf (MORE)

What is the value of a 1562 British Threepence?

Queen Elizabeth I - Third Issue A British 1562 Threepence, circulated but still in good condition, might fetch anything from £35 to £135 GBP. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.

How do you sell merchant services?

by promoting your business all over internet, creating trust among businesses, by providing instant services, having good backend support, payments on time, references, promotions, Etc

What is the value a 1562 British Sixpence?

The Third Issue of Elizabeth I coinage. A British 1562 (hammered silver) Sixpence (with inner beaded circle), depending on the variant, circulated but still in good condition, might fetch anything from £70 to £475 GBP. The values quoted are the best possible for the best specimens in the (MORE)

What do merchants usually do to sell items that are overstocked?

A merchant will get a group of merchants (usually about 50 players) and they will ALL buy as much of one item as possible. This increases its price. ( Make sure you buy an item EVERYONE is buying otherwise you will waste time) Then when the price gets higher than about 25%, they sell all their stuff (MORE)

What is the telephone area code for Verona Italy?

The telephone country code for Italy is +39. The area code forVerona is 045, or +39 045 in international format. Note: unlikemost countries, you DO NOT drop the trunk prefix 0 from the Italiandomestic area code when putting the number in international format.

What did merchants sell in medieval times?

John of Garland, writing in the middle of the 13th century, lists the items offered by a single "petty merchant" at a market: ". . .needles and needlecases, cleaning materials and soap, mirrors, razors, whetstones, fire-steels and spindles." These were not expensive or rare items but useful, e (MORE)

Do they sell World of Warcraft in Italy?

If you can not find a physical copy of the game where you live, then you can order it from the Blizzard store directly. You can order the physical copy or the digital download copy.

Where did merchants sell their goods in middle ages?

Market towns and cities had regular market days. These markets were sometimes held outdoors, but might also be held in large buildings set aside for the purpose. In these buildings the stalls and wagons of the outdoor market became semi-permanent booths, or even lock up shops, making a sort of medie (MORE)

What natural goods does Italy sell?

The northern part of Italy produces primarily maize corn , rice, sugar beets , soybeans, meat, fruits and dairy products , while the South specializes in wheat and citrus fruits. Italy is the first or the second largest producer of wine in the world, [75] and one of the leading in olive oil, f (MORE)

What merchants sell navy clothing?

A number of merchants sell Navy clothing. One can purchase such clothing from merchants including 'Old Navy', 'Glenndinings Menswear', 'Macy's' and 'Walmart'.

What merchants sell sports plaques?

Most engravers may be able to do sports plaques requests. Otherwise specific business usually sell these plaques, or can even be found on the internet.

What merchants sell shower pans?

Shower pans would be available at almost any hardware or plumbing store. Some common names you might recognize would be Lowe's, Home Depot and Rona. Check your local listing for other places.