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Medieval merchants were able to finance their work through a. appealing to the king. c. signing bills of exchange. b. gathering partners to invest. d. usury.
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User: Medieval merchants were able to finance their work through a. appealing to the king. c. signing bills of exchange. b. gathering partners to invest. d. usury.

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User: Fairs were an important part of a _______________. a. domestic economy c. barter economy b. market economy d. money economy

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Fairs were an important part of a barter economy.
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