What was venetians' relationship with the Turks?
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No, they were not. There have been merchants in that region for more than 25,000 years. The Hebrews were also not known for being merchants in the Mediterranean. The Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Carthaginians, Arabs, Turks, and Venetians were all much more famous for Mediterranean merchantry than the Hebrews.
The context of the story is a time when Venice was at war on and off with the Ottoman Empire, and while the Venetians were in control of the island of Cyprus: in other words between 1473 and 1570. The Venetians lost the island to the Turks well within living memory of the older people watching the play for the first time, less than 40 years previously, so the events could have been considered to…
There is no direct relationship; the Turks were never much interested in exploration and discovery. But in their attempts to control and profit from Europe's desire for spices from the Orient - India and southeast Asia - they indirectly encouraged the European explorers and discoverers to attempt to sail AROUND the Turks. Columbus sailed west from Spain in the belief that not only was the world round (he was right, of course, but everyone was…
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United Italy did not control European Trade with Asia, the Most Serene Republic of Venice (now a part of Italy) controlled the European Spice Trade. The Venetians were able to do this since they had done business with Muslims for centuries, they had a special relationship. In addition to that, the Venetians used their powerful navy to control the trade on the Mediterranean and did not allow other Europeans to take part in it.
The Venetians in Shakespeare's time are the same thing as the Venetians are today--people who live in Venice. Only in Shakespeare's time, Venice was a powerful independent country with a lot of overseas holdings, especially in Dalmatia and the Greek islands, and was the main resistance to the expansion of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey).
The longest siege in recorded history was the siege of Candia (present day Iraklion on Crete). The fortified town was besieged by Ottoman Turks for 22 years, from 1648 to 1669. The fortress was defended by Venetians, supported by allies from Christendom, mainly Knights of Malta, France and Austria. The fortress surrendered on honorary terms after the French withdrew. supplied by Morgiliath
Well in the Turks and Caicos Islands there are a number of resources.In the island of North Caicos ,it is known as the vegetation of the Turks and caicos Islands South Caicos ,it is known as the fishiing capital of the Turks and caicos Islands Middle Caicos is know as the limestone in the the Turks and Caicos Island Salt Cay as know by the name produces the largest amout of salt in the turks…