What invention brought Europe out of the dark ages?

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There was no one invention that brought Europe out of the Dark Ages. A few important inventions that contributed to a rise in European civilization were the horse collar, horse shoes, the heavy plow, the wheel barrow, and three field crop rotation, all of which increased agricultural production so farmers could support a greater population, helping increase the numbers and sizes of towns and cities. Other important inventions of the time included stirrups, rotary grind stones, new types of soap, and types of mills.
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