History

Question

How did geography affect the development of the Phoenician Empire?
The Phoenician's access to the Mediterranean helped them to build a trading empire.
Phoenicia was protected by mountains, preventing it from being conquered by Assyria.
Phoenicia’s access to a river valley helped it to develop an agricultural civilization.
Phoenicia had access to bronze, allowing it to create a powerful army.

2 Answer

  • Answer:

    The correct answer is A) The Phoenician's access to the Mediterranean helped them to build a trading empire

    Explanation:

    The Phoenicians are noted as being one of the best traders of their time. Their most important trade was in wood, glass, dyes and even slaves.

    While much of their trade flourished with the Greeks, they were able to quickly maintain an independent presence in the Mediterranean.

    The Phoenicians were trading in as far flung places as Egypt and Portugal.

    Important modern-day cities such as Lisbon, Tripoli, Santorini and Gibraltar were heavily involved win trading with the Phoenicians.

  • Answer:

    On Edgenuity it's A

    Explanation:

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