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How did trade routes contribute to the rapid spread of the Black Death?
Silk Road: An ancient network of trade routes that connected the East and West. It was used to transport goods including silk, spices, gold, and other luxury items. Silk Road played a crucial role in connecting cultures and civilizations, facilitating the exchange of goods, technology, and ideas. The Silk Road served as a bridge between the ancient empires of Egypt, Mesopotamia, Persia, India, China, and Rome.
The Silk Road was the first global trade route, connecting the Western and Eastern hemispheres since 206 BC. Throughout its history, the Silk Road was used to transport not only goods, but also knowledge and ideas between cultures. The Silk Road was the first network to use paper money as currency, instead of bartering goods.
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Would you rather time travel back to the era of the Black Death or experience a zombie apocalypse?
- Time travel back to the era of the Black Death
- Experience a zombie apocalypse