Did ancient China trade for other goods?
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The Romans traded in the same way as other peoples. Goods were exchanged for money (coins), Merchants handled long distance trade goods. and traders, shopkeepers and market stall holders sold local goods. Since a substantial amount of goods were sold around he Mediterranean Sea, shipping companies were important.
There was a route during the Middle Ages called the Silk Road, which went from China, across Central Asia to Eastern Europe. There was transportation through the area before the Silk Road opened, also, but it was less important. Some ancient transportation went through Persia, but it did not distribute much between China and Europe, tending more to distribute between Persia and both destinations. This meant that the Chinese goods and European goods stopped in…