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Q: Which was a result of portugals water route in the spice trade?
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Which was a result of Portugal's route in the spice trade?

Italy lost a monopoly


Which was the result of the water route in the spice trade?

Italy lost a monopoly


Why did Italy have a monoply on the spice trade?

There was no water route to India. Italy have a monopoly on the spice trade because they had the only water route to India


Why was the route around south America impractical as a trade route?

he went because of the spice


What was prince Henry's goal and who actually achieved it?

His goal was to find a route to the rich spice trade of the Indies and to explore the west coast of Africa.


What countries were in the spice route?

Countries in the spice route included countries in Asia, Africa and Europe. You can get more information about the spice route at the Wikipedia. Once on the page, type "Spice trade" into the search field at the top of the page and press enter to bring up the information.


What were the primary trade routes in the 1800's?

The East- West trade route connecting China to Britain (British). Acapulco-Philiphines-Spice Trade Route (Dutch).


What trade route did the Portugal control?

spice trade was controlled from europ to china and beyond by sea and ground.


Which was a result of the spice trade?

The spread of Christianity


What was a major result of the spice trade?

the establishment of European empires


Which was a major result of the spice trade?

The establishment of European empires


Did the europeans control the spice trade route?

No. Because they were giving Christopher Columbus spices without trading with anyone