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How the Spice Trade Changed the World

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Inspired by the southwest Indian tropics, the Kerala Coffee Box is a tribute to the region's heritage as center of the spice trade. This table is a truly beautiful accent to most any decor, but especially well suited for the tropical villa.

Secrets of the Spice Trade: How to Run a Spice Shop

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Secrets of the Spice Trade: How to Run a Spice Shop

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No Innocent Spice: The Secret Story Of Nutmeg, Life And Death

NPR: No Innocent Spice -- This copper engraving from approximately 1700 depicts the condition of the English prisoners at the hands of the Dutch. In the 1660s, Cornell University's Eric Tagliacozzo says, the conflict and competition for the spice trade came to a head. "The Dutch decapitated a number of English merchants who were also in the Spice Islands trying to profit from the trade."

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How the Spice Trade Changed the World

Calicut, India as rendered in Europe used brutal tactics in India and Southeast Asia in efforts to get in on the spice trade. Image is from Georg Braun and Franz Hogenber's atlas Civitates orbis terrarum.

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