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How did the colonies established by traders in the Indian Ocean differ from those of the Greeks and the Phoenicians in the Mediterranean?

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As trading and colonizing spread over the Mediterranean, Phoenicians and Greeks ... Phoenicians established ... Phoenicia. Also, the Greeks and Romans did ...
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Phoenician Colonies : ... in the eastern Mediterranean. The Phoenicians were not looking for land ... need to found large colonies as the Greeks did, ...
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... the Phoenicians, were notable merchants, traders, ... of Phoenicia (excluding colonies) ... soon established suzerainty over much of Phoenicia.
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Trade in the Colonies of New England The Colonies of New England consisted of New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut. The geography of ...
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The Phoenicians were noted sea traders, ... they established trade colonies the Greeks ... territories throughout the ancient Mediterranean from the ...
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Positive: 38 %
Photographs and description of the Dutch Colonies ... continent and gain access to the Pacific Ocean, and ... did not take much of ...
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