The Byzantine Empire
By: Carroll Rudman and Teddy Greenspon
System of Trade
The Byzantines had many gems that they used to trade with their surrounding countries and neighbors.
The Byzantines held many rare and sought after spices, that they were able to trade for valuable goods that other provinces possessed.
Roman Bathing Oil
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