6 edition of Southern Silk Road found in the catalog.
by White Orchid Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||166|
Shadow of the Silk Road is a travel book, not a novel with a plot, and the enjoyment of reading it lies in the details of every traveler, every situation and every town Thubron experiences along the way. The experiences add up to an interesting portrait of lands and people not well known or appreciated for all the twists of fate history has dealt them. Southern Silk Route: A Perspective 2. The Polity of Yelang 夜郎 and the Origins of the Name ‘China’ 3. South Silk Road: An Analysis of its Character 4. Myanmar and Yunnan: Cultural Exchanges along Southern Silk Route c. bc ce 5. Horse, Silver, and Cowries: Yunnan in a Global Perspective 6. Haw: The Yunnanese in Thailand and Laos.
A very enjoyable, meticulously researched book imagining the lives of various people living along the Silk Road in the 8thth centuries. The author uses historical and archaeological documents as a source to illustrate the lives of typical people living in this part of the world/5(37). Through more than half of the book I was going to give this 1 star. Its title and introduction are all about the Silk Road, but the substance of the first 2/3 is European history with little more than mentions of 3 things that came from the area of the silk road: Mongols, Islam, and the black plague; and their effects on European history.
Beneath the modern skyscrapers of Singapore lie the remains of a much older trading port, prosperous and cosmopolitan and a key node in the maritime Silk Road. This book synthesizes 25 years of archaeological research to reconstruct the 14th-century port of Singapore in greater detail than is possible for any other early Southeast Asian city. Silk Road Seattle Silk Road Seattle is an ongoing public education project using the "Silk Road" theme to explore cultural interaction across Eurasia from the beginning of the Common Era (A. D.) to the Seventeenth Century. Their principal goal is to provide via the Internet materials for learning and teaching about the Silk Road.
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The Silk Road was a network of trade routes which connected the East and West, and was central to the economic, cultural, political, and religious interactions between these regions from the 2nd century BCE to the 18th century.
The Silk Road primarily refers to the land routes connecting East Asia and Southeast Asia with South Asia, Persia, the Arabian Peninsula, East Africa and Southern ated: (38th Southern Silk Road book. Southern Silk Road: In the Footsteps of Sir Aurel Stein and Sven Hedin Paperback – July 5, by Christoph Baumer (Author) › Visit Amazon's Christoph Baumer Page.
Find all the books, read about the author, and more. See search results for this author. Are you an author. /5(6). My Silk Road book ends around the year In the book, I write about an oasis called Khotan, in the northwest corner Southern Silk Road book China, that fell to Islamic armies just after the year The region, which had been Buddhist up until then, was conquered by Muslim rulers.
I knew that the Vikings touched down in Canada around the year The Silk Road east of Kashgar splits into two threads in the face of the Taklamakan Desert, the second-largest sandy desert in the world. The northern thread follows the modern road and railway to Kuqa and Turpan.
The southern road charts a more remote course between desert sands and the towering Pamir and Kunlun mountain ranges. The trade route, about 2, kilometers (1, miles) long, well-known for its silk trade, was dubbed the 'Southern Silk Road' by historians. Similar to the Silk Road, the Southern Silk Road contributed much to the cultural change between China and the West.
Zhang Qian, an important explorer in the Han Dynasty, opened up the historically. It is also sometimes referred to as the Southern Silk Road or Southwest Silk Road, and it is part of a complex routes system connecting China and South Asia. There are numerous surviving archaeological and monumental elements, including trails, bridges, way stations, market towns, palaces, staging posts, shrines and temples along the route.
The establishment of a southern route. We do not know exactly when the South Taklamakan Route was first used, but silk from c BC has been found in Bactria, suggesting the use of the route very early in history.
Khotan was possibly the source of nephrite for China as early as BC. However, from historical sources, such as the writings from Sima Qian, it seems the route was poorly known.
Books Advanced Search New Releases Best Sellers & More Children's Books Textbooks Textbook Rentals Best Books of the Month of over 3, results for "Silk Road" The Silk Roads: A New History of the World.
Everything you always wanted to know about the Silk Road, this is the benchmark book on this chapter of the history of the region.
For a different take on the same material, 2 other books you can check out are The Silk Road: a New History, and Life along the Silk Road. The Silk Road.
Much of The New Silk Roads is about how China’s “road” has come to ring the world. “Over 80 countries are now part of the initiative,” Frankopan points out, encompassing more than 63% of.
The Silk Road is a main artery connecting Europe and Asia for political, economical, cultural and technical exchange in antiquity, and glass is one of the earliest artificial materials to be invented. Studying the origin and evolution of ancient glass along the Silk Road is thus significant for understanding the development and exchange of culture and technology between China and But there is no credible historical record of a “Southern Silk Road” connecting China and India, as China’s multiple attempts to penetrate Myanmar miserably failed.
Nor did China historically engage in trade-promoting maritime ventures after its only ancient explorer of the seas, Zheng He, sailed across the Indian Ocean in the 15th century. Silk Road, ancient trade route, linking China with the West, that carried goods and ideas between the two great civilizations of Rome and China.
Silk went westward. Wools, gold, and silver went east. China also received Nestorian Christianity and Buddhism (from India) via the route. Read more about the Silk Road. Silk was not the most important good on the road; paper, invented in China before Julius Caesar was born, had a bigger impact in Europe, while metals, spices, and glass were just as important as silk.
Perhaps most significant of all was the road's transmission of ideas, technologies, and artistic motifs. Southern Silk Route is the historic route, which runs from China to Myanmar and ends up in Assam.
The route has historical importance as it served as a major artery of ancient trade articles. The Southern Silk Route: Historical Links and Contemporary Convergences attempts to sketch out the historical dimensions of the route and shows the.
out of 5 stars Southern Silk Road. Reviewed in the United States on Aug Verified Purchase. An important contribution to the ever-growing body of works on the so-called Silk Road. Every student of this great network of trans-Eurasian caravan routes and of the explorers who pioneered the study of "die Seidenstrassen" should own /5(6).
Heading west from Khotan is the southern silk road, skirting the edges of the vast Taklamakan desert. For a thousand years this used to be the main trade route between China and the west, and is the road that Marco Polo took to reach China.
These days the southern silk road has largely been forgotten about, most trade and travellers using the. “With nothing less than the human condition on its mind, The Silk Road works in archetype and allegory to produce a slim (not even pages!) but resounding book unlike any you’ve ever read.”―Entertainment Weekly “[Davis is] the most original novelist in America The Silk Road is a feat of flashing enchantment.
I read it Reviews: 7. Follow the Silk Road, Book by Book. the Catalan Atlas (circa ) depicting Marco Polo’s caravan traveling along the Silk Road. Asia across the Middle East to Southern Europe, and.
The Silk Road is a book that feels like a marvelous dream, taking the reader from a frozen land of future, to the childhood neighborhood of the past, to a walking tour through the present.
Everything feels Topsy-turbulent, hard to hang on to, but in a way that compelled me deeper and deeper into the dream/5(57). Now that we have learnt more about the Great Silk Roads, let’s take a look at the Southern Silk Roads The “Silk Roads” are often perceived as expansive caravan routes travelled by camels and horses.
The routes are thought to have crossed Northern China and Central Asia to the Iranian plateau, India, southern Russia and the Near East. The Silk Road Gourmet is one of those workhorse cookbooks, the kind that will be kept on the kitchen counter while others get stored on the shelf.
--Rose O'Dell King - Ft. Myers News-Post The first volume of The Silk Road Gourmet: Western and Southern Asia has been nominated for an award by Le Cordon Bleu's World Food Media Awards/5(28).The Jade Road: a proposed toponym for the southern Silk Road,The current issue maintain introducing a new commercial route which especially during the Mongols time (th century) originated from Khotan (Xinxiang, China) and even maybe from Kerman and Khorasan (Persia) and passing southern china especially Kia-yu Guan (the Gate of Jade), northeastward to Beijing.