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Those nations opened sea routes across the Atlantic and trade shifted westward. Why did global power shift to the nations of Western Europe after the sixteenth century? Definition: Term: Portugal Definition: In the 1500s, ___ dominated the Atlantic slave trade. Term: The Atlantic Ocean Definition: Which of these regions was marginal to international trade prior to 1500? Term: Europe and the Atlantic Ocean Definition: Which of these integral pairs caused a major shift in world trade patterns in the period from 1500 to 1800? Term: Muslim merchants Which of these groups probably lost most in the shift of global commerce in the 1500s and 1600s? Definition:
Term: Rich gold mines and trans- Saharan trade What were the factors that led to Mali's prosperity? Definition: Term: Luanda Definition: What was the name of the trading port built by the Portuguese south of the Congo River? Term: Islam, urbanization, states Definition: Which of these was a common patter in Africa prior to 1500? Term: It aided the establishment of global connections by opening sea routes across the Atlantic ocean. Definition: What impact did the slave trade have on commerce, wealth, and power? Term: Trading network Definition: The Atlantic System was a___.
Term: Feeding Definition: Warfare in Africa had the impact of ___ the Atlantic slave trade.

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