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By Arthur Lalanne Kimball

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The Chinese had invented the compass, gunpowder, and early forms of printing and paper money. Foreigners coveted China’s silks, teas, and other fine products, but they had little to offer in exchange. Most of what EUROPE AND THE WORLD IN THE 15TH CENTURY Europe knew about China came from The Travels of Marco Polo, a merchant from the Italian city-state of Venice who reached the Chinese court in 1271 and served the emperor, Kublai Khan, for the next 20 years. The Khan’s capital city (today’s Beijing) was the world’s largest and grandest, Marco reported, and received 1,000 cartloads of silk a day.

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There they established permanent settlements. Leif, Erik’s son, sailed west from Greenland in 1001 and began to explore the coast of North America. He made three more voyages, the last in 1014, and started a colony that he called “Vinland” on the northern coast of Newfoundland. After driving off the local Indians, the Norse quarreled among themselves and destroyed the colony. They abandoned Vinland but continued to visit North America for another century, probably to get wood. Several centuries later, not long before Columbus sailed in 1492, the last Norse settler in Greenland died a lonely death.

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