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4.02 World History
Transcript of 4.02 World History
Venice was the first of the city-states in Italy and this brought many people integrating here. In the 15th Century they were known as the greatest place of trade in Europe. They were best known for their trade with the East.
Florence was known for its trade of cloth and for their system of banking. They were thought to have been ruled Democratically.
Milan was one of the most agressive of the Italian city-states located in the north. They could thank the Visconti and Sforza families for that. These families were cruel rulers but that is what lead to the successes of Milan.
Under the ruling of Alfonso of Aragon Naples thrives educationally. They specialized in many subjects such as architecture and arts. Alfonso of Aragon even founded a university.
Rome was ruled by the Catholic Church and The Pope at the time. They were lacking in industries of trade so Rome relied on their scholastic, artistic, and religious businesses for a source of income.