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The Silk Road is often perceived as specific road that China used to trade silk, but as this map by UNESCO shows, it was a network mesh of paths and lanes on which several types of goods were traded.

The Silk and Spices Routes. Besides silk, paper and other goods, the Silk Road carried another commodity which was equally significant in world history. Along with trade and migration, the world's oldest international highway was the vehicle which spread Buddhism through Central Asia.

The Silk Road is often perceived as specific road that China used to trade silk, but as this map by UNESCO shows, it was a network mesh of paths and lanes on which several types of goods were traded.

Silk Road Sojourn

Illustration of Venetian merchant Marco Polo travelling on the Silk Road. The Silk Road was a trading route – or network of trading routes – that connected China with the West in ancient times.

MAPS & ATLAS - SILK ROAD TRADE ROUTES MAP

In 1877 the term "Seidenstraße" (Die Seidenstrassen, literally "Silk Road") was coined by the German geographer, and explorer Ferdinand von Richthofen

MAPS & ATLAS - SILK ROAD TRADE ROUTES MAP

The trade routes of the ancient world were significant in the changes they created . It was not just the trade and exchange of goods , but the exchange of cultural ideas - languages , art , pottery , textiles.