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Even during the Middle Ages, Europeans were introduced to many new and luxurious goods from Asia. During the 1200s and 1300s, the Mongol Empire united most of Asia, so the main trade routes went overland from Asia to Europe. However, in the 1400s, the Mongol Empire collapsed, severing existing trade ties, while Europe grew in population and had an even greater need for goods from Asia.

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