Trade Links between the Roman Empire and the East (1st - 3rd centuries)

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Simeon Netchev
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published on 04 May 2022

A map illustrating the ever-growing and ever-changing trade network of maritime and overland routes connecting China, India, and the Far East with the Middle East and Europe. Even though the term "Silk Road" was not defined until the late 19th century, the extensive trade exchange between the great ancient civilizations of Greece, Rome, Parthia, India, and China (to name just the most obvious) has been flourishing for millennia.

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Simeon Netchev
Simeon is a freelance visual designer with a deep interest in the human side of history. He believes that every image should be an interaction, a commentary, and a narrative, and every map should lead on an exciting journey of exploration and discovery.

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Netchev, S. (2022, May 04). Trade Links between the Roman Empire and the East (1st - 3rd centuries). World History Encyclopedia. Retrieved from https://www.worldhistory.org/image/15772/trade-links-between-the-roman-empire-and-the-east/

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Netchev, Simeon. "Trade Links between the Roman Empire and the East (1st - 3rd centuries)." World History Encyclopedia. Last modified May 04, 2022. https://www.worldhistory.org/image/15772/trade-links-between-the-roman-empire-and-the-east/.

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Netchev, Simeon. "Trade Links between the Roman Empire and the East (1st - 3rd centuries)." World History Encyclopedia. World History Encyclopedia, 04 May 2022. Web. 24 Sep 2022.

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