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Both the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire covered a lot of territory in Eurasia. From the year 1000B. C. E. (when the first settlement on the site of Rome occurred) to 600C. E. (just after the fall of both empires) the technological advances made were astonishing. Maps, pictures, and written documents are able to…
APlan of Investigation This investigation attempts to analyze the Silk Road’s impact on cultural diffusion. The Silk Road was a trade route connecting Eastern China to the Mediterranean regions. It was incredibly important because it brought Europe, Asia, and the Middle East together in trade, and allowed them to trade goods and ideas. The parameters…
The Silk Road was an immense network of commerce that established relations between China and the west. Long distance trade enabled large imperial states to obtain luxury goods through overland trade routes, which eventually led not only to the spread of products but disease and religion as well. Between 200 and 1450 BCE, there were…
The Silk Road trade and the Trans-Saharan trade have effected the civilizations around them with power and the economy by their highly demanded good and the spread of religion, however some of the routes led to the spread of disease. The Silk Roads connected the Han Dynasty and the Roman Empire, building a massive road…
The spread of Islam’s empire was very quick. Islam’s embellishments were persuasive towards other regions to join the empire. Their welcoming openness was towards other religions and people to join. They were educated in a varied amount of trade and business. Their army gave them many advantages as well. Islam kept an open atmosphere to…
Throughout history, trade has intentionally transformed civilizations b y spreading religions and cultures, and by introducing new products and ideas; trade has intentionally transformed civilizations by transmitting diseases to new place sees and reducing the uniqueness of individual cultures. The spread of religion was heavily influenced by trade, as supported by documents 2 and 3….