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Roman aqueducts

Chapter 6- The Earth and its peoples

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Chapter 6 Notes: In 166 CE Romans claiming to be delegates of the Emperor arrived in China, probably hoping to set up a profitable trade agreement at the source of silk- they most likely were not delegates at all Rome and China were linked with far-flung international trading networks encompassing the entire Eastern Hemisphere and were dimly aware of each other?s existence Roman empire encompassed all the lands surrounding the Mediterranean Sea as well as substantial portions of the continental Europe and the Middle East Han Empire stretched from the Pacific Ocean to the Oasis of central Asia Tiber river on one side and double ring of seven hills on the other created natural protection of Rome Rome?s extremely fertile volcanic soil sustained larger pop. than is Greece
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