Greek Fief Negative Influence

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Fief was a gift or grant creating a contractual relationship between the giver and the receiver. They could get whatever they want which are include land, revenues, mill and yearly sum of money. In exchange they have obligated to be loyal or service to them (Cole, Symes, Coffin, & Stacey, 2012, p. 191). In the eleventh- and twelfth-century cities controlled the carrying trade between Constantinople, Alexandria, and the West was Venice, Pisa, and Genoa. They government in the eastern Mediterranean and took control the lucrative trade between Muslim North Africa and western Europe(Cole, Symes, Coffin, & Stacey, 2012, p. 197). Perhaps the most influential Muslim scholar to help purify and preserve the study of Aristotle's thought was Averreos

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