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Who traded spices on the Silk Road?

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Who traded spices on the Silk Road?

Silk Road:

Throughout much of Asian history, a scale of different trade routes connected the easternmost and westernmost parts of the continent. Called the Silk Road, trade goods passed along this road to enrich both buyers and sellers.

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Spices on the Silk Road were primarily traded by Indian wholesalers, who had access to the individual farms and plantations that produced spice crops...

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