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CRASH COURSE HISTORY RESPONSE FORM #9 TOPIC/TITLE: The Silk Road and Ancient Trade NAME: Casey Murphy PERIOD: 2W LIST TWO NEW FACTS YOU LEARNED: a) In the first 3-4 minutes * The Silk Road was an overland route were merchants carried goods for trade. * Silk was original produced in china and it produced much of Ancient China?s wealth. b) In the middle * Nomads were good at carrying and transporting goods which made them good traders. *Nomads, due to their constant traveling were more resistant to diseases. c) In the last 3-4 minutes * The Silk Road caused wider economic impact, traded ideas, and spread of disease. *Many merchants on the Silk Roads became strong believers in monasteries.

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