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Title: Setting off a religious reform movement

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Subject: History
Author: Van D
Date: March 15, 2015
Level: University
Grade: A
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This dim economical outlook would begin to change with the onset of the Crusades. The Crusaders would have to travel long and hard from their homes in the west to the far south east of the Muslim lands. Along these traveling routes new trading hubs would be established that would supply the men and the knights of the Christian army...

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These trading routes would also bring Arab luxuries and technologies that would reshape the medieval market places. With this new and exciting influx to the economy, towns started to reemerge. Within these towns people come in search of new and exciting jobs, but before this could fully happen there had to be new advances in agriculture...

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