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The commercial route to India in Roman times as described by the

The commercial route to India in Roman times as described by the

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Indian Ocean Trade Routes

www.columbia.edu/itc/mealac/pritchett/00maplinks/early/periplus/periplusmax.jpg. The ancient port of Barbaricum was located near ...

The Silk Road: overland and maritime routes. The overland and maritime commercial routes communicated

About the Silk Road

The merchants used to move about in the rivers as they wished, as if in tanks, in the forests as if in their own houses… As he (the king) used to protect ...

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The economy of the Kingdom of Qataban (light blue) was based on the cultivation and trade of spices and aromatics including frankincense and myrrh.

Manash (Subhaditya Edusoft): Sea Route To India : Pictorial Comics .

Eastern Hemisphere in AD 50, the middle of the first century

From the earliest times, the journey of goods and trade in the ancient world became the routes by which man explored his environment and shared his culture.

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Above: A map of major trade routes during the Nabataean Empire

Less famous than the Silk Road — its land-based parallel — the maritime web of commerce and cultural exchange operated on seasonal monsoon winds.

Above: A map of major trade routes during the Nabataean Empire

A map showing the main trade routes for goods within late medieval Europe.

An Indian tiger being captured to be killed in some animal fight for the entertainment of

An early 20th century painting captures a dhow sailing along the East African coast. These traditional boats plied the waters of the Indian Ocean for ...

Amazon.com: Rome and the Distant East: Trade Routes to the ancient lands of Arabia, India and China (9781847252357): Raoul McLaughlin: Books

Indo-Roman trade relations. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

European exploration: early voyages

Cantino planisphere 1502, earliest surviving chart showing the explorations of Columbus to Central America, Corte-Real to Newfoundland, Gama to India and ...

Varangians stops at Black Sea. The ...

Roman commerce. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Food and dining in the Roman Empire

Indian maritime history. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Indian Ocean Trade in the Medieval Era

Incense trade route. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

From Künker sale Titus, denarius 79-81, 80. Rv. Elephant. From Künker sale

Silk Road

History of the Mediterranean region

Muziris, as shown in the Tabula Peutingeriana, with a "Templum Augusti"

Getty Images. Getty Images. Trade routes have developed since ancient times ...

Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History

You should be able to identify the following networks of trade on the map above: Silk Roads, Mediterranean Trade, Trans-Saharan Trade, and the Indian Ocean ...

The route from the Baltic Sea

Indian art also found its way into Italy: in 1938 the Pompeii Lakshmi was found in the ruins of Pompeii (destroyed in an eruption of Mount Vesuvius in 79 ...

Indian imitation of a Roman aureus. From Künker sale 288 (13 March 2017) ...

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THE SPICE ROUTE: INDIA ...

Old Silk Road - Network of interlinking trade routes across Eurasia trading various goods with different

Historical Somali commercial enterprise in the Red Sea, the Persian Gulf, the Indian Ocean, and the straits of Malacca.

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The Srivijaya Empire in Indonesia

Indian ship on lead coin of Vasisthiputra Sri Pulamavi, 1st–2nd century CE

Bronze imitation of a Roman coin, Sri Lanka, 4th–8th century CE

Trade Routes. The trade routes of Ancient ...

Another Indian imitation of an aureus. From Künker sale 288 (13 March 2017) ...

World trade

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Open bowl Open bowl; Gravestone with funerary banquet ...

The Rus trading slaves with the Khazars: Trade in the East Slavic Camp by Sergei Ivanov (1913)

Coin of the Roman emperor Augustus found at the Pudukottai hoard. British Museum.

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Three-mast sailship, c. 5th century. Indian cartography locates the ...

The Roman Empire and the Indian Ocean: The Ancient World Economy and the Kingdoms of

Int'l Commerce, Snorkeling Camels, and The Indian Ocean Trade: Crash Course World History #18 - YouTube

... ROUTES TO UNDERSTAND THE HISTORIC IMPORTANCE OF TRADE IN ASIA. 3. ANCIENT ...

Kushan ring with portraits of Septimus Severus and Julia Domna. Indo-Roman trade ...

Spice trade

Camel with Guide, Tang Dynasty

Europe Intrudes on the Indian Ocean Trade

Much of the Radhanites' Indian Ocean trade would have depended on coastal cargo-ships such as this dhow.

For centuries, the Grand Trunk Road has served as the main artery for travel across Northern India. A scene from the Ambala cantonment during the days of ...

... Another Indian imitation of an aureus. From Künker sale 288 (13 March 2017)

East Asia · Asia ...

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This would only change in 1842 after the Opium Wars; but then, nearby HongKong would then replace Macau as the dominant European Base. [Canton & Macao]

Volga trade route. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Green Roman glass cup unearthed from an Eastern Han dynasty (25–220 CE) tomb, Guangxi, southern China

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Agni is designated as Pathikrit By burning Vast jungle tracks it created routes. Following such routes the communication was naturally promoted.

Chinese jade and steatite plaques, in the Scythian-style animal art of the steppes. 4th–3rd century BCE. British Museum.

A Renaissance reconstruction of Ptolemy's 11th Asian regional map with the Gulf of the Ganges to the left, the Golden Peninsula (Malaysia) in the centre, ...

A painting entitled Separated by a Green Curtain, a Chinese and Roman Artist Compete with Each Other, original by Nizami Ganjavi (1141–1209), from a Persian ...

Kushan Empire & Neighboring States

The Post Classical Era is the FIRST era that represents 20% of the test. From here on out, these eras are worth more than the first two. Pay attention.

The spice trade from India attracted the attention of the Ptolemaic dynasty, and subsequently the Roman empire.

An Indian silver coin (c. 1st century BCE) depicting the local ruler wearing Roman-type helmet with bristles

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The Roman Empire and the Indian Ocean: Rome's Dealings with the Ancient Kingdoms of India, Africa and Arabia: Raoul McLaughlin: 9781783463817: Amazon.com: ...

Diva Paulina. Denarius under her spouse Maximinus Thrax, 235-238.

The Mughal emperor Shah Alam hands a scroll to Robert Clive, the governor of Bengal

The Silk Road

The Silk Road: Connecting the ancient world through trade - Shannon Harris Castelo

Roman 4-wheeled wagon. The ...

A 1st century CE Indian imitation of a coin of Augustus, British Museum.

Bilingual edict (Greek and Aramaic) by Indian Buddhist King Ashoka, 3rd century BCE; see Edicts of Ashoka, from Kandahar. This edict advocates the adoption ...

first circumnavigation of the globe