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Silk Road

Discovering through discussion and activity the effects trade along the Silk Road had on Chinese Culture

Jonathon Barron

on 18 March 2013

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Transcript of Silk Road

The Silk Road carried Chinese goods as far as Greece and Rome Many goods and ideas entered China along the road Think of a few of your favorite foods.
Where do you think they came from? The process of adopting foods from
other places is called
Cultural Diffusion Today we will learn how foreign
goods and ideas were introduced to China network of trade routes crossed Asia over deserts and mountains very difficult & dangerous traders had to pay many taxes to travel the road Silk was a highly prized item traded only by Chinese Silk Production Chinese raised silk worms for raw silk Spin raw silk into fabric Exchange of Ideas Silk Road allowed for Cultural Exchange Exchange of ideas about art, music, architecture Most important idea was religion - Buddhism http://science.discovery.com/videos/how-do-they-do-it-7-silk-from-worm-spit.html
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