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The silk road in world history

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Oxford University Press Bolero Ozon. The Silk Road in World History. Xinru Liu. This network of exchange emerged along the borders between agricultural China and the steppe nomads during the Han Dynasty BCECE , in consequence of the inter-dependence and the conflicts of these two distinctive societies.

In their quest for horses, fragrances, spices, gems, glassware, and other exotics from the lands to their west, the Han Empire extended its dominion over the oases around the Takla Makan Desert and sent silk all the way to the Mediterranean, either through the land routes leading to the caravan city of Palmyra in Syria desert, or by way of northwest India, the Arabian Sea and the Red Sea, landing at Alexandria.

The Silk Road survived the turmoil of the demise of the Han and Roman Empires, reached its golden age during the early middle age, when the Byzantine Empire and the Tang Empire became centers of silk culture and established the models for high culture of the Eurasian world.

The coming of Islam extended silk culture to an even larger area and paved the way for an expanded market for textiles and other commodities.

By the 11th century, however, the Silk Road was in decline because of intense competition from the sea routes of the Indian Ocean. Using supply and demand as the framework for analyzing the formation and development of the Silk Road, the book examines the dynamics of the interactions of the nomadic pastoralists with sedentary agriculturalists, and the spread of new ideas, religions, and values into the world of commerce, thus illustrating the cultural forces underlying material transactions.

This effort at tracing the interconnections of the diverse participants in the transcontinental Silk Road exchange will demonstrate that the world had been linked through economic and ideological forces long before the modern era. Further Reading.

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Because the Mongols came to control the trade routes, trade circulated throughout the region, though they never abandoned their nomadic lifestyle. Wilderness Road Inthe now-legendary frontiersman Daniel Boone blazed a trail through the Cumberland Gap—a notch this web page the Appalachian Mountains located near the intersection of Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee—through the interior of Kentucky and to the Ohio River. Accessed 3 September There are indications that he may have led expeditions as far as Kashgar in Chinese Turkestanleading to the first known contacts between China and the West around BCE.

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Silk Road routes also led to ports on the Persian Gistory, where goods were then transported up the Tigris and Euphrates rivers. Religion, Tradition, and Ideology R Champakalakshmi. The Legacy of the Silk Road. Iran in World History Richard Foltz. Grove Press.

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The silk trade continued to flourish until rhe was disrupted by the collapse of the Safavid Empire in the s. Inan inscribed stele shows Nestorian Christian missionaries arriving on the Silk Road. Main article: Alexander http://predremostbi.tk/the/stormcock-in-elder-poem-summary.php Great. Religion, Tradition, and Ideology R Champakalakshmi. Motilal Banarsidass.

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Some Mahayana scripts were found in northern Pakistan, but the main texts are still believed to have been composed in Central Asia along the Silk Road. Palmyra is an ancient archaeological site located in modern-day Syria. Arkenberg ed. Retrieved 17 April Also of Interest.

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