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Map of the Silk Road LESSON 7 – THE SILK ROAD FOCUS MIDDLE SCHOOL WORLD HISTORY © COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, NEW YORK, NY
Silk Road Cities and Products Chang’anSilk Khotan Jade Kashgar Herbs Alexandria Eschate Copper DamascusDates Rome Gold LESSON 7 – THE SILK ROAD FOCUS MIDDLE SCHOOL WORLD HISTORY © COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, NEW YORK, NY
Bartering along the Silk Road GoodWest East RomeDamascus Alexandria Eschate KashgarKhotanChang'an Gold (coins) 4 Dates (baskets) 8 Copper (coins) 8 Herbs (baskets) 16 Jade (boxes) 8 Silk (bolts) 4 32 LESSON 7 – THE SILK ROAD FOCUS MIDDLE SCHOOL WORLD HISTORY © COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, NEW YORK, NY
Bartering along the Silk Road - Key GoodWest Cities East RomeDamascus Alexandria Eschate KashgarKhotanChang'an Gold (coins) Dates (baskets) Copper (coins) Herbs (baskets) Jade (boxes) Silk (bolts) LESSON 7 – THE SILK ROAD FOCUS MIDDLE SCHOOL WORLD HISTORY © COUNCIL FOR ECONOMIC EDUCATION, NEW YORK, NY
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