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This student essay consists of approximately 2 pages of analysis of Trade across Eurasia and Africa.
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Trade across Eurasia and Africa: Silk Road

Summary: Trade in the classical civilizations was an important aspect of their society. Trade not only allowed for goods and services to be exchanged but culture, religion, and diseases. Eventually over time trade become organized and structured into what we call today, the Silk Roads.

Trade in the classical civilizations was an important aspect of their society. Trade not only allowed for goods and services to be exchanged but culture, religion, and diseases. Eventually over time trade become organized and structured into what we call today, the Silk Roads.

Commerce in silk and other products led to the establishment of an intricate network of trade routes known as the Silk Roads. It was a 4000 mile path that lasted from 500 B.C.E to 1500 B.C.E that linked lands as distant as China and the Roman Empire. It all started when Chinese Silk become a prized commodity in India, Persia, Mesopotamia, and the Roman Empire. Merchants traveled these roads from afar to purchase this luxury and soon other

products were being traded. These include spices that traveled west from Southeast Asia, China, and India to merchants in central Asia, Iran, Arabia, and the...

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