Did the crusades and the Kublai clan increase trade and travel in the middle ages?
The silk road was made safe to travel on again.
japan and china
People in Europe wanted to travel again after getting the products of the Middle East. (This answer is for study island.)
The Crusades were a warring period. Therefore, when they were happening people couldn't or didn't want to go around them to trade. Therefore, trade was decreased because the people could not or did not want to travel through or around the war. However, between the various Crusades and after them (the Wars occurred roughly 40% of the time of the Crusades period), trade increased markedly because of new European exposure to Asian spices and products… Read More
It was the Crusades
Three type of travel were readily available depending on your economic status. Foot Horse Boat
Becaues if you wanted to travel on land, it was either that or walk.
yes a woman did travel in the middle ages
I think that it made it easier for them to travel when they know their routes in the water.
The most famous European to serve in the Kublai government was probably Marco Polo (1254-1324). In the book, The Travels of Marco Polo, Polo is said to have served as a government official under the Mongolian ruler of China, Kublai Khan. According to the book, Polo served under Kublai Khan for two decades; however, scholars disagree on the truthfulness of The Travels of Marco Polo, as Polo may have collected stories he heard from other… Read More
I do SOS school program and the answer on this was the crusades
See this page. plaza.ufl.edu/hwinger/byz/crusades.html
You had to gather your army, supply it and then travel (by land or ship) to the Holy Land.
Yes, the Crusades revived interest in the Orient as travelers brought back rare goods from the Orient which helped improve the Oriental economy and also generated interest in travel.
Marco Polo, together with his father Niccolò and his uncle Maffeo, was one of the first Westerners to travel the Silk Road to China and visit the Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, Kublai Khan
The question is confusing. The Crusades are the name of the wars, not things or people, so they cannot travel to Jerusalem or anywhere else, save the minds of people who think about them. As for where the battles and travails of the Crusaders would take them, No, there were numerous battles and paths along the Mediterranean Coast on the road to Jerusalem from Europe.
The purpose of building the Suez Canal was to allow ships to travel between the Mediterranean and Red Seas, which would increase trade between the Middle East, Europe, and Asia.
His father and uncle had met with Kublai Khan in China while Marco was a child. He loved hearing their stories about that trip and was determined to go himself.
Travel can be a verb or a noun. Verb: We travel to Spain every year. Noun: There is an increase in travel during the holiday season.
Trade to Europe western Europe group
all answers are correct new ideas, trade, travel
Many people choose to travel by camels.
it took a lot of time to gather your army, supply your army and then travel to the target destination to attack by ship or by foot
It took like 1000 days to travel It took like 1000 days to travel
the increase of populaion
Walk or by horse
The cost of travel insurance depends on your age, duration of travel and the countries you plan to visit. Premiums increase with age and with an increase in the duration of your stay. Also insurance for travel to the US and Canada costs far more due the high cost of medical services in these countries, than for travel too an Asian country.
The first crusaders traveled from France through Italy, Eastern Europe, and through what is now Turkey. http://www.historylearningsite.co.uk/cru2.htm
Well, he didn't travel "for" Italy, as though they had a team or something. He was Italian, and he travelled (a lot!) but that's about the extent of things. Upon his return from the court of Kublai Khan, he was thrown in jail for being a deadbeat and a teller of tall tales. It was there that he wrote his book(s).
they were moved by ship and travel
6th grade isn't in middle school!
The population of Europe increased in the High Middle Ages, as agricultural improvement, improvements in laws and economics, guilds, and increased travel lead to a great increase of the sizes and numbers of towns and cities.
On the face of it, the primary motivation of the Crusades was to restore the Holy Land to Christian control. It had numerous other reasons such as: preventing the fall of the Byzantine Empire, riches and travel for sheltered Europeans, permission to murder openly, heroism and chivalry, and loyalty to their liege and country.
No, your age would not increase. The rate at which you age would increase, but not your actual age. You don't travel into the future just by traveling to a different planet.
well,first of all the crusades had to travel huge distances just to reach the war. Many died along the way. Second, crusades weren't prepared to fight in the Palestines desert climate. Third the Christians were outnumbered by their well-led and organized Muslim foes, and fourth Christian leaders fought among themselves and planed poorly. so there you have it the reasons for their failure the Crusades just as they had started so many years before, whit… Read More
black death Plague caused people to fear of travel. It scared people thus.
If you are North of the equator..... If you travel north, latitude increases, If you travel south, latitude decreases. If you are South of the equator..... If you travel north, latitude decreases, If you travel south, latitude increases.
Crusaders returning from the crusades brought back things from the eastern world. Some of these include architecture, spices, knowledge, etc. You see the average occupant of Europe did not travel more than fifty miles from there home. Because of this there was no change in culture or any desire to learn new ideas. Because of the crusades many knew ideas were brought into Europe which led to the Renaissance.
You're referring to the four Crusades, which Christianity launched on Islam in the Middle Ages. They were known as holy wars, because the church believed that it was Jesus's will to retake the site of Jesus's life and death from the Muslims. Actually, Jesus was a pacifist, so it doesn't make any sense.
Your mass remains the same.
The word is bedouins and they are nomadic people who travel the Middle East.
to get slaves
They travelled by foot, horse, or boat.
in the middle of winter.
Travel was limited in the middle ages because the roads were really holey and bumpy. Sometimes farmers ploughed the road and carts couldn't get past. They did not have suspension either so the travel wasnt very comfy and relaxed like it is now a days.
He is known for his travels through out the world and his book Il Milione. He was also one of the first Westerners to travel the Silk Road to China where he visited Kublai Khan, grandson of Genghis Khan.
Of course not. Just to begin travel, speed must increase from zero to something, and in order to end travel, speed must decrease from something to zero.
Higher income increases travel. Higher prices for gas and vehicles reduces travel. Higher prices for inner city apartments increases travel because it induces people to live far away from work. Government subsidies for travel tickets increase travel. Lack of border controls, visa requirements and tariffs increase international travel. Safer means of transportation increases travel. Living on the country side rather than in the city increases travel. Effective marketing of travel increases travel. Effective marketing of… Read More