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From Silk To Oil: Cross-Cultural Connections Along the Silk Roads

CHINA INSTITUTE IN AMERICA, 2005 PROJECT DIRECTORS: NANCY JERVIS, MORRIS ROSSABI, AND MARLEEN KASSEL EDITOR: MARTIN AMSTER EDITORIAL ASSISTANT: LIER CHEN MANAGING EDITOR: RONALD G. KNAPP The Silk Road, a series of interconnected trade routes linking the Far East with the Mediterranean, enabled cultural exchanges significant to the advancement of the greatest civilizations throughout Asia and Europe, and helped lead to the development of our modern world. Consequently, the cultural exchanges...