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During the next three centuries, Europeans moved nearly thirteen million enslaved Africans across the Atlantic to Europe, African coastal islands, the Indian Ocean basin, and, above all, the Americas. The overwhelming majority of the great new wave of migrants were Africans. For three and a half centuries after 1500, more than twelve million African slaves were transported across the Atlantic. 29 The expansion of economic activity that opened the way for the burst of transoceanic activity from the Old World toward the New World was, however, a slow incremental process.

Rather, they were locked into an institutional system of raid and trade. Slaving ebbed and flowed in magnitude, but without any prospect of termination. The pervasiveness of the system delimited its residents’ imaginations as well. Even in the European region, where it was no longer a fact of everyday life, the institution’s absence registered itself as an exception to the rule. Especially for Europeans venturing beyond their frontiers and for rulers and merchants launching overseas adventures, the world beyond Europe seemed a predatory world exacerbated by interminable conflict.

1422–1423. C. S. L. Davies, “Slavery and Protector Somerset: The Vagrancy Act of 1547,” in Economic History Review 1–3 (1966), 533–549. See Origins of Modern Freedom, Davis, ed. 13. To late Medieval English commentators, it was easy to imagine men as free in one place and slaves in another, or servile in relation to one person and free in relation to all others: “A man can be noble and non-noble at the same time . . ” Upton, De Officio Militari E. Bysshe, ed. (London, 1654), 3–4. A Perennial Institution 23 noted it in passing.

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