5 edition of Along the Silk Road found in the catalog.
by Feierabend Verlag, Ohg
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||260|
The Silk Road was an ancient network of trade routes, formally established during the Han Dynasty of China, which linked the regions of the ancient world in commerce between BCE the Silk Road was not a single thoroughfare from east to west, the term 'Silk Routes’ has become increasingly favored by historians, though 'Silk Road’ is the more common and Author: Joshua J. Mark. In this long-awaited second edition, Susan Whitfield broadens her exploration of the Silk Road and expands her rich and varied portrait of life along the great pre-modern trade routes of Eurasia. This new edition is comprehensively updated to support further understanding of themes relevant to global and comparative history and remains the only history of the Silk Road to reconstruct .
Covid Is Traveling Along the New Silk Road A striking overlap exists between the path of today's viral spread and the path of the Black Death in the s. Facebook. The Silk Road, a series of ancient trade routes stretching across Central Asia to Europe, evokes exotic images of camel trains laden with bales of fine Chinese silk, spices, and perfume, of desert oases surrounded by snow-capped mountains, of bustling markets thronging with travellers buying and selling grapes, coriander, Baltic amber, and Mediterranean coral/5(3).
As such, translation played a prominent role in the propagation of mathematical works along the Silk Roads. The city of Baghdad was a centre of culture during the Arab Abbasid period (from to CE) and caliphs like Harun al-Rashid (b d CE) and Al-Ma’mun (b d CE) promoted the study of the philosophical and scientific. Throughout the narrative, Whitfield conveys a strong sense of what life was like for ordinary men and women on the Silk Road, the individuals usually forgotten to history. A work of great scholarship, Life along the Silk Road continues to be both accessible and entertaining.
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This book offers a peak into the fascinating lives of people who lived along the Silk Road during its hay day and decline. The story-telling of each character is more academic than historic-fiction. Author puts together all the archaeological and manuscript finds and weaves the facts into life events of various characters, e.g.
merchant, solder Cited by: The Sogdians were the main traders along the Silk Road. ‘Sogdian’ is a word for the people who lived around the region of today’s Uzbekistan and the language they spoke. An abandoned mailbag, containing eight letters written in this language in the early s, describing the trade with China and the edge of the Iranian world, was.
Along the Silk Road book. Read 6 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. This richly illustrated, lively book is keynoted by Yo-Yo Ma's c /5. this book has a fine premise: an exploration of the Silk Road modeled on The Canterbury Tales: we meet various individuals over the course of the second half of the 1st milennium A.D.
who live and work along the eastern stretch of this (very) long road/5. Life Along the Silk Road was an overall good book. When first seeing the book it looks really lengthy and boring but it really surprised me how interesting it actually was.
This book provides a good insight on what it was like to travel on the Silk Road. In each chapter of the book a new set of characters and their adventure on the trade /5(13). THE SILK ROAD DID NOT END with Dong Baode in the tenth century.
Indeed, some argue that it continues to the present day.¹ This coda has therefore been added to provide no more than a snapshot and a guide to further reading on some of the main themes addressed in the book for the period following these tales, from about AD to “The Silk Road allowed, possibly for the first, the sustained transmission of diseases endemic to Central Asia to move out along the Road to Europe,” explains Mark Welford, a professor at the.
Trade along the so-called Silk Road economic belt included fruits and vegetables, livestock, grain, leather and hides, tools, religious objects, artwork, precious stones and metals and—perhaps. This is a marvelously erudite book that tells the story of the extraordinary importance of Central Asia to the transmission of culture, religion and ideas along the Silk Road.
In this long-awaited second edition, Susan Whitfield broadens her exploration of the Silk Road and expands her rich and varied portrait of life along the great pre-modern trade routes of Eurasia.
This new edition is comprehensively updated to support further understanding of themes relevant to global and comparative history and remains the only history of the Silk. Get this from a library. Along the Silk Road. [Elizabeth Ten Grotenhuis; Silk Road Project, Inc.;] -- Contains essays and illustrations which explore aspects of the history and contemporary status of the Silk Road, a trade network that connected Central Asia to.
Book Links Sept. (vol. 16, no. by Mary M. Erbach. Elementary school through middle school. The Silk Road is a term used to designate a group of trade routes that stretched from eastern Asia to the Mediterranean Sea.
The rich resources of China, Tibet, India, Persia (Iran), Arabia (Saudi Arabia), Turkey, and other countries were exchanged for thousands of years. The NOOK Book (eBook) of the Dragons Along the Silk Road and Beyond by Eilis Flynn, Jacquie Rogers | at Barnes & Noble.
FREE Shipping on $35 or more Due to COVID, orders may be : Eilis Flynn. Buy a cheap copy of Life Along the Silk Road book by Susan Whitfield. With a nod to the storytelling traditions of the ancient central Asian bazaars that it describes, Life Along the Silk Road is a wily half-breed of a history book.
Free shipping over $Cited by: Christianity spread along the silk roads under the Romans. Islam more obviously did too. Scientific advances, philosophical ideas and much else was cross-fertilised by exposure to east and west.
ABOUT THE BOOK: This book Life along the Silk Road gives a rich account of the varied history of the Silk Road. It is a good read for people with special interest in history. The book recounts the stories, the lives of ten individuals who lived along the Silk Road in different era.
Life along the Silk Road Student Name: Professor: Course title: Date: Life along the Silk Road Summary of the Article Susan Whitfield in the book Life along the Silk Road widens her exploration of the Silk Road and broadens her diverse and rich portrait of life along the Silk Road in a lively, vivid, and learned account which spans the 6th to the 10th centuries.
Get this from a library. Life along the Silk Road. [Susan Whitfield] -- "In the first 1, years after Christ, merchants, missionaries, monks, mendicants, and military men traveled on the vast network of Central Asian tracks that became known as the Silk Road.
Linking. Along the Silk Roads in Mongol Eurasia Generals, Merchants, and Intellectuals. by Michal Biran (Editor), Jonathan Brack (Editor), Francesca Fiaschetti (Editor); July ; First Edition; Hardcover $, £ Paperback $, £ eBook $, £; Endowments Philip E.
Lilienthal Imprint in Asian Studies. A father teaches his son to ride a horse in a pasture of the Suu-Samyr Plateau in Kyrgyzstan, 2, meters above sea level, along the ancient Silk Road from Bishkek to Osh, some kilometers. Enlightening new book recounts the history of the eastern Silk Road, from Samarkand to Chang¹an, through ten individual composites based on the historical record who lived in different city-states along the eastern Silk Road from the 8th to the 10th centuries/5(5).
The Silk Road is the fabled route that cuts through one of the most extraordinary tracts of land on this planet. A vast region separating China from the Mediterranean, it rates as one of the least hospitable on Earth – a succession of hostile deserts and towering mountain ranges, a harsh terrain of howling winds, searing heat and blistering cold.Life Along the Silk Road Berkeley, Universit oyf Californi Pressa, Writing in a styl somewhae reminiscent oft Edward Schafer's "The Golden Peaches of Samarkand, Susa"n Whitfiel produced d a nea littlt e book entitle Lifed Along the Author: Ronald R.