What kind of trade made Venice rich?

slaves
textiles
spices
grain
From the 8th until the 15th century, the Republic of Venice had the monopoly on lu­cra­tive spice trade with the Middle East, as it con­trolled East Mediter­ranean sea routes. It was the main reason for Spain and Portugal to seek sea routes to India.

Answers distribution

slaves
textiles
spices
grain
answers
flagSpain
13%
9%
72%
4%
22
flagBulgaria
0%
10%
70%
20%
10
flagDenmark
16%
16%
66%
0%
12
flagItaly
2%
26%
64%
7%
42
flagLithuania
0%
41%
58%
0%
12
flagUnknown
23%
14%
57%
4%
21
flagPoland
10%
29%
55%
4%
10243
flagthe United Kingdom
12%
33%
52%
2%
300
flagGermany
10%
31%
52%
5%
152
flagthe Netherlands
2%
45%
51%
0%
35
flagthe United States
8%
33%
50%
5%
290
flagSweden
6%
37%
50%
6%
16
flagCanada
11%
44%
44%
0%
34
flagFrance
12%
40%
44%
4%
25
flagRepublic of Ireland
22%
34%
38%
4%
44
flagIndia
13%
46%
36%
3%
30
flagBelgium
28%
28%
35%
7%
14
flagNorway
11%
55%
27%
5%
18
flagAustralia
25%
66%
8%
0%
12
flagthe Philippines
30%
40%
0%
30%
10

Gender

men51%
women50%
slaves
13%
12%
textiles
30%
33%
spices
51%
50%
grain
4%
3%

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