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    But did you know that nutmeg was once worth more by weight than gold? That in the 16th century, London dockworkers were paid their bonuses in cloves? That in AD, when the Visigoths captured Rome, they demanded 3, pounds of peppercorns as ransom? Spices, which today are inexpensive and widely available, were once very tightly guarded and generated immense wealth for those who controlled them. The spice trade began in the Middle East over 4, years ago. Arabic spice merchants would create a sense of mystery by withholding the origins of their wares, and would ensure high prices by telling fantastic tales about fighting off fierce winged creatures to reach spices growing high on cliff walls.
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    How the Spice Trade Changed the World

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    Trade with Asia Exchanges - Victoria and Albert Museum

    The spice trade involved historical civilizations in Asia , Northeast Africa and Europe. Spices such as cinnamon , cassia , cardamom , ginger , pepper , nutmeg , star anise , clove and turmeric were known and used in antiquity and traded in the Eastern World. The aspect of the trade was dominated by the Austronesian peoples in Southeast Asia who established the precursor trade routes from Southeast Asia and later China to Sri Lanka and India by at least BC. These goods were then transported by land towards the Mediterranean and the Greco-Roman world via the incense route and the Roman—India routes by Indian and Persian traders. By this period, trade routes from Sri Lanka the Roman Taprobane and India were also largely controlled by Tamils who had acquired maritime technology from early Austronesian contact. By mid-7th century AD, after the rise of Islam , Arab traders started plying these maritime routes and dominated the western Indian Ocean maritime routes. Arab traders eventually took over conveying goods via the Levant and Venetian merchants to Europe until the rise of the Seljuk Turks and later the Ottoman Turks held the route again by and respectively.
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    The Medieval Spice Trade

    Tonight you might grind a bit on Caesar salad or use it to perk up a steak, but pepper was once so valuable that it could be used to pay the rent. Pepper, along with other spices such as cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, was such a hot commodity five centuries ago that it drove nations to sail across vast oceans searching for new routes to the spice-rich Orient. Spices didn't just make merchants rich across the globe — it established vast empires, revealed entire continents to Europeans and tipped the balance of world power. If the modern age has a definitive beginning, it was sparked by the spice trade, some historians have argued.
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    It was subsequently delivered in the revised form that appears below as: 'Oriental Spices and Their Costs in Medieval Cuisine: Luxuries or Necessities? The graphs referred to in this text have not been reproduced in this document; but some tables have been added that were not in the original lectures the most recent in November However, more graphs, tables, and maps may be accessed from my on-line lectures for Economics Y, for medieval Mediterranean Venetian trade, for 15 November , at this URL:. Introduction :.
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