Flashcards in Chapter 5 section 2 Deck (17):
German trading cities joined together to form this league.
the Hanseatic league was formed becuase
Germany's weak central government could not control trade
how many cities became a member of the hanseatic league
dyes, medicine, silks, and spices are all examples of
cotton, cloth, linen, and art objects
goods and services were exchanged for other goods and services without using money
the system of manufacturing that developed during the middle ages.... Downsides
not much produced
wealth that is earned, saved, or invested to make porfits
land, labor, and capital controlled by the individuals
charging interest on loans
Several German cities joined together to form the _______, which regulated trade when the German government was too weak to do so.
the ______, a series of military expeditions , spurred a revival of trade and led to economic growth throughout western Europe
manufacturing that took place in workers' homes rather than in a shop or factory was called the _____
at medieval fairs, business was first done through a _________, where goods and services were exchanged for other goods and services without using money.
the practice of _______, or charging interest on loans, was forbidden by the Christian church.
manufacturing, banking, and investing were the first steps toward a _________ where land, labor, and capital are controlled by individual persons.