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The Byzatine Empire and Medieval Europe: When the Byzatine Empire took over parts of Medieval Europe they tried to limit the practice of Christianity by leived taxes on the churches.
The Muslim Empires and China: When the muslim empires encountered China, the Chinese merchants became Muslim to improve business relations.
China and the Mongols: The population of China decreased when the Mongols invaded. The mongols destructed China and killed the Chinese people.
Feudal Japan and China: Japan was conquered by China. Japan took many influences from the Tang Dynasty such as government and elements of Chinese society.
The Middle East and African Kingdoms: African tribes converted to Islam to improve business with the Muslim merchants. They combined their old beliefs with those of the Middle East.
The Americas and Medieval Europe: The Europeans brought many diseases to the Americas when they interacted. As a result, the population numbers decreased in the Americas.
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