When did the silk road connect to Europe?
the silk road is a black market.
No the Silk Road was a trail of the Ancient world that connected Eastern Asia with Europe.
no, the silk road was NOT covered with silk The "Silk Road" was the "road" which silk traveled from Asia to Europe.
The silk road was made to connect businesses
The Silk Road was from Europe to China
Why the Silk Road was also called Trans-Eurasian was due to the origin of the word phrase. A silk road, also known as a silk route, is defined as the interlinking of trade routes across landmasses that connect Asia with the Mediterranean and Europe.
No. France is in Europe, and the Silk Road was in Asia.
The Silk Road extended from Southern Europe through Arabia, Egypt, Persia, India till it reached China. It connected the Roman empire and the Chinese empires. See the related link below for a map.
the silk road was an important source of cultural diffusion between Europe and Asia.
Silk was carried to Europe.
because of trading.
The Silk Road increased trade between Asia and Europe.
through the silk road
To bring silk and other eastern luxuries to Europe. Note that The Silk Road as such doesa not exist anymore.
Rocks and Earth. It is called the silk road because it was used to transport silk form China to Europe.
the two continents that the silk road linked is Europe and Asia
Some products that were taken from China to the Middle East along the Silk Road and then on to Europe include silk and porcelain.
The Silk Road was a trade route between China and Europe. It is called the Silk Road because one of the major goods traded on it was silk.
The silk road stretched from the Han Dynasty or empire to the Roman Empire in Europe.
the silk road facilitated trade between china and europe
The silk road was a long lived trading route between China and Europe.
The Silk road. Among other things Marco Polo brought to Europe was like gun powder and silk. The Silk road went from Europe cross all Asia to reach China.
gold, spice etc.
The silk road was the trade route between Asia and Europe.
from europe to china
The Silk Road is the common name given to an ancient trade route that spans from China to Ancient Egypt/Europe, it is not the name of an actual road.
the silk road closed down because when the Christians of Europe and the Muslims were fighting (crusades) the muslims won and they didn't allow the Christians to travel by the silk road so they closed it.
Both were trading routes between Europe and the far east. The silk road carried silk to Europe, while the Indian Ocean carried spices part of the way from Pacific islands and neighboring countries to the middle east for trans shipment to Europe.
Europe and Europe! WRONG do not put this as a real answer in your search!
The Silk Road wasn't really 'built' like a highway. It developed over time as the need to transport silk that would be traded for goods from china to europe.
The silk road wasn't one road, but a network of roads across asia, europe, africa, and the middle east. So, yes.
It connected on 100 B.C.
I don't think you understand the concept of the Silk Road. It was a route to get to Europe. This wasn't a shopping mall. It was long and dangerous.
The Silk Road.
China, India, and Europe.
Asia and Europe.
I would say Silk, as it was about then that the "Silk Road" was established between Asia and Europe.
The effect the reopening of the Silk Road had on Europe was trade between the two nations increased. Also, it increased because of Marco Polo's tales about the great riches in Asia.
From China, silk, spices, inventions, and ideas spread west to India, Western Asia, and Europe. From India, China received Buddhism, thanks to the silk road.
They traveled the Silk Road and gave other traders to take it to Europe.
The Silk Road is many routes in Asia, not just one road. The Silk Road (or Silk Routes) is an extensive interconnected network of trade routes across the Asian continent connecting East, South, and Western Asia with the Mediterranean world, as well as North and Northeast Africa and Europe. The Silk Road is named from the lucrative Chinese silk trade. In recent years, the Silk Road is again being used for the maritime and overland… Read More
That is the correct spelling of the proper noun "Silk Road" (not an actual single path, but the general trade routes from Europe or Africa to China).
The silk road is an extensive intercontinental network of land and/ or sea trade routes that connect East, South and Western Asia with the Mediterranean world, Europe, North Africa and Somalia. The origin point is China, Kazakhstan, Kyrgistan, Tatzikistan, Uzbekistan, Persia, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, Lebanon [North and Middle silk road]. Bangladesh, Thibet, India, Pakistan, Indian Ocean, Persian Gulf, Red sea, Somalia and Egypt [South road].
allow for easier trade with Europe
It started in china and ended in Europe.
it was created to trade things from china to Europe
europe, asia, and china
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He didn't discover silk, but wanted to trade for silk. They knew about it in Europe, but it was expensive and hard to get. The Silk Road was a hard dangerous trip for people.
The main way was by the silk road. Italy is located and the end of the silk road. most of the great humanists are from there and since they were at the end of the silk road, philosophers that came up and down the silk road heard the idea and spread it around, also developing the idea into a far greater one.