Convertible husbandry a was delayed in england

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Convertible husbandry a. was delayed in England because of the laws of primogeniture. b. was limited to Western Europe, especially France and Spain. c. increased productivity, which was essential to later industrialization. d. did not occur in the Netherlands because of the limited amount of land available for agriculture. Hide Feedback Correct Fifteenth- and sixteenth-century innovations in business methods included all of the following EXCEPT a. the development of international stock exchanges. b. the development of maritime insurance. c. improved accounting methods. d. improved banking methods. Hide Feedback
Correct Commercial development in Spain was inhibited by
c. the low status attached to land ownership. d. the Spanish value system that considered commerce and industry unworthy pursuits. Hide Feedback Correct The development of capitalism was encouraged by
Hide Feedback Correct The traditional relationship between elite and folk cultures changed in the sixteenth century when

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