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Which of the following consumed the largest quantities of silver and gold acquired by the Spanish Crown from the New World? (Points : 1) Invested it into sugar plantations Invested it into textile manufacturing Spent it on warfare Spent it on African slaves
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Suggested reasons why many New World population centers seem to have been abandoned around 1300 CE include: (Points : 1) drought and famine. over-exploitation by Europeans. the arrival of African slaves. destruction by warfare.
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Why was silver so important to European merchants? (Points : 1) Silver paid for the manufactured goods and textiles Europeans manufactured. Silver allowed European merchants to bypass overland routes. Asian merchants demanded silver from Europeans in exchange for luxury goods. Europe wanted to take advantage of economic prosperity in other parts of the Old World system.
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