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The Silk Road

FREER GALLERY OF ART AND ARTHUR M. SACKLER GALLERY, SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION, 2003. WRITERS: KRISTINA GIASI, ELIZABETH BENSKIN, AND PHILIPPA RAPPOPORT SILK ROAD STORIES CD, PROJECT DIRECTORS: RAY WILLIAMS AND PHILIPPA RAPPOPORT ART DIRECTOR: KATE LYDON POSTER COURTESY OF THE SMITHSONIAN CENTER FOR FOLKLIFE AND CULTURAL HERITAGE The Silk Road, a series of trade routes connecting the Mediterranean with the Far East for several millennia, was at its height from the first to twelfth centuri...

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