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The Silk Road

An Exchange of Goods and Ideas
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Stephanie Berg

on 7 February 2013

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Transcript of The Silk Road

The Exchange of Goods and Ideas The Silk Road The Silk Road Cultural Diffusion a network of trade routes that stretched for more than four thousand miles across Asia Both goods and ideas traveled along the Silk Road.

Stretching for more than 4,000 miles, the Silk Road connected the peoples of the East (i.e. the Han) with the West (i.e. Rome). Silk Road Continued... a network of roads along which traders traveled

Chinese traded silk and jade for spices from India and glassware from Rome Trade Route a group of people traveling together

traders often formed long caravans of camels while traveling through the desert Caravan the spreading of cultural traits, such as goods and ideas, from one culture to another, or within one culture.

For example, China eventually learned how to make glassware and Rome learned how to produce silk
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