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The silk road

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  • 1. The Silk Road
  • 2. The Silk RoadThe silk road it actually many trading routes that connect China to Rome and the rest of Europe. The silk road is not used nowadays but back in the 1st century B.C.E goods could travel from China to Europe. Traders would not travel all the way from Europe to China or vice versa, but they would keep trading so that eventually their goods would get to wherever.
  • 3. Even more about the Silk RoadIn the 4th century B.C.E 200 years later, The Chinese had Silk,Greek Alexander the Chinese Han different Spices andGreat pushed east into Dynasty expanded more, while the Westerncentral Asia. westward. had Glass, Gold Garlic and more.