The Eurasian Steppe Route and the Silk Road in Mongol Times
Map shows Main Steppe Routes, Main Connecting Routes, and Silk Road. It additionally indicates the Varangian and Saracen Routes.
The Silk Road was a main route for the export and import of medicinal products and spices, as well as silk, particularly during Greco-Roman times.
To the Ends of the Earth: The Great Travel and Trade Routes of Human History (p. 94)
Facts on File Publications, New York and Oxford, 1984.
Irene M. Franck and David M. Brownstone.
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