Chapter 12. Cross-cultural Exchanges on the Silk Roads. Long-Distance Travel in the Ancient World. Lack of police enforcement outside of established settlements Changed in classical period Improvement of infrastructure Development of empires. Trade Networks Develop.
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Cross-cultural Exchanges on the Silk Roads
The Silk Roads 200 BCE – 30 CE
The spread of Buddhism, Hinduism, and Christianity, 200 BCE – 400 CE
China after the Han Dynasty, 220 CE
Germanic invasions and the fall of the western Roman Empire, 450-476 CE