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Probably the most notorious difficulty was avoiding being the victim of the many wars and raids of the times. There were other problems also, as neither the laws nor such things as land ownership were firmly established. Also, during the Early Middle Ages, travel was dangerous in much of Europe, and trade suffered as a result.

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