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Transportation In The 1400's

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Transportation In The 1400's
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The caravel was a ship built in the 1400’s it was very sturdy. It allowed ships to go. through open seas. This ship had triangular shaped sails that allowed it to sail against the wind.

Roads were in poor condition. There were no highways in the 1400’s so transportation was limited to horses and buggies so people had to travel by feet with hand made leather shoes or travel by the caravel ship.
People used horses in the 1400’s. Women had to ride on unaffordable side saddle’s. Men mostly traveled by horse. In the late 1400’s, horse and buggy became popular.
camels are are known as ships of the desert”, camels have been used for transporting goods across the desert for thousands of years. in fact, camels are the only desert animal that can hold a heavy load of goods and can travel for a long period of time without food or water.
camels transportating Goods
The silk road carried goods over land. People loaded food, material and other goods onto camels. the camels traveled from Europe to china on the silk road. The silk road took about 5 years to travel from Europe to
China and back. Many people died
of the black plague along the way.

There was a ship that was made before it but it sunk.
The Caravel ship
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