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Rise of Towns and Trade Factors that Led to the Rise of Towns Trade and Commerce Warmer Climate Agricultural Improvement From 800-1200, the climate grew warmer. Farmers now used teams of horses instead of teams of oxen Farmers now used the three Revival of Trade Italian ships brought goods back from Asia Viking ships brought Asian goods to Northern Europe Crusades stimulated trade Flanders became a meeting center of different trade routes Hanseatic league set up trading posts Decline of serfdom Serfs could leave for towns serfs could earn money by sellling crops to townspeople Changing agricultural methods pushed off land Black Death killed many people in Europe so the demand for workers increased
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