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Here's the website where the map and questions are, I am stuck on number 3 -5: I have #'s 1 and 2 done, but idk if they are correct: http://wdarcy.wikispaces.com/file/view/Chapter+8+section+2+economics+and+history+trade+route+of+the+ancient+world.pdf

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1. Egypt, southwest Asia, Persia, and northwestern India 2. Lucyang, Chang'a, Dunhuang, Khootan, Kashgar, Samakand, Bukhara, Antioch, and Tyre.
I am not American (: sorry
@cinar, this isn't AMERICAN history

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it's world history
Yeah. Also, I think your answers are "COUNTRIES", not the asked for "CONTINENTS".
im no good at explaining the difference, but you should try to look each ofthem up
It's okay if you're not good at explaining, just help
you don't want help, you want answers. anyways, for question 2, for a newcomer with relatively no info aside from your sheet, It would be difficult to determine what the trading posts exactly were. if you're unsure about it, look at external sources.
I believe the first 2 are right!
they are countries not continents on #1
Except for # 2, what about the Rome trading center?
the things is being transported to china and rome
oh yes africa, asia, europe
ok
yes but it has to end at the rome center
okay so just add rome to my list
#3. I believe that is your own opinion, maybe even many reasons: money, goods that can only be obtained from other countries, and even keeping the countries and continents in good lines, as well as an economic stance with each other.
but better sounding
I think that this question, because of the "What do you think" thingy, I think that you answer it in your own opinion. But what I think is that it is for money, their economies, to get goods that cant be found in their country, and keeping the name of friends between each other
So money for their economies to get the goods that can't be found in their country, and keeping the name of friends between each other. <--- What do you mean by last phrase??
@hardequalsmath Is that right?

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