for edmentum/plato users : i know one of the answers to this is merchants, peasants and craftsman grew more prosperous. and the second one is not trade activities in europe suffered.
Trade Activities in Europe suffered as many people died
Explanation: The expansion of trade brought many benefits, increasing access to material goods and technology, as well as spreading knowledge. However, the plague illustrates how increased cross-cultural contacts along denser trade networks increased the potential damage that could be caused by disease.
That's one of the answer choices that i know is correct, sorry that i couldn't be of more use.
A. The nobles in the countryside lost some of their power.
D. There were no strong kings, and nations collapsed in wars.
Did the test
The long term effects of the Black Death were devastating and far reaching. Agriculture, religion, economics and even social class were affected. Contemporary accounts shed light on how medieval Britain was irreversibly changed.
The Answer would probably... 2 and 5 but if not 5.. 4
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