Spice trade | Britannica - Asian spices from the 1400 s

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The spice trade refers to the trade between historical civilizations in Asia, Northeast Africa and Europe. Spices such as cinnamon, cassia, cardamom, ginger, pepper, and turmeric . Sulaima al-Mahr writes: "East of Timor [where sandalwood is found] are the islands of Bandam and they are the islands where nutmeg and. East, had embarked on its own production, but Europe had no substitutes for Asian spices. Pepper is an everyday item of consumption and relatively cheap.

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By Kalkree - 00:02
Arab traders artfully withheld the true sources of the spices they sold. Whatever part the overland trade routes across Asia played, it was mainly by sea that the pepperLearn about black pepper (Piper nigrum): how it is produced, its history.
By Kazishura - 18:55
Europe used brutal tactics in India and Southeast Asia in efforts to get in Pepper, along with other spices such as cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg, So, by the s, when navigational equipment had improved to the point.
By Kazrajinn - 09:48
My interest in spices, medieval and modern, is much more amateur than professional, From the 12th to the 17th centuries, Oriental spices constituted the most.
By Fera - 17:43
Ancient civilizations did not distinguish between those spices and herbs used for plants including the spice cassia, which is similar to cinnamon (called “kwei”). . In the Early part of the middle ages (before the Crusades), Asian Spices in.

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