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Why was facilitating trades nearly impossible in ancient Greece?

Why was facilitating trades nearly impossible in ancient Greece?

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A. The religious laws and rules
B. Mountain ranges made transportation difficult and the rivers were dried up.
C. There were too many roads and rivers in Greece.
D. The Spartans would not allow any exports or imports.

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Asked by Meganklassen, Last updated: Feb 06, 2020

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k.Paul

K.Paul

Answered Dec 11, 2017

The correct answer to the question “Why was facilitating trades nearly impossible in ancient Greece?” is letter B or because mountain ranges made transportation difficult and the rivers were dried up. Since ancient Greece was covered with immense terrain and enormous sea, they had no other choice but to use the sea, so they could fend for themselves.

Trading became an important part of ancient Greeks’ lives because they heavily relied on it to get all the good that they needed. However, because of the immense terrain surrounding their area it became nearly impossible for them to trade. However, they had to learn how to use the boats, so they can go to other nearby places to trade their goods – fish.

 

John Adney

Mountain ranges made transportation difficult and the rivers were dried up
 

John Smith

John Smith

Answered Nov 06, 2016

Mountain ranges made transportation difficult and the rivers were dried up.
 

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