Ancient trade routes that shaped world history
The first and the most famous trade route in the world is the Silk Route which links the major ancient civilizations of China and the Roman Empire.
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The Incense Route developed to transport frankincense and myrrh, which are only found in the southern end of the Arabian Peninsula.
Amber Road linking the Baltic with the rest of Europe was developed by the Romans, who valued the stone as both a decorative item and for medicinal purposes.
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