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Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: McGraw-Hill College
Liu, Xinru, Shaffer, Lynda Norene
This first edition text examines the remarkable histories of the societies and peoples who fostered Eurasian trade and communication in the almost two millennia before 1500 C.E. A study in the early history of " globalization, " the commercial and cultural exchanges explored in this volume provide students not only with a greater knowledge of the past, but also a deeper understanding of our world today.Liu, Xinru is the author of 'Connections across Eurasia Transportation, Communications, and Cultural Exchange along the Silk Roads', published 2007 under ISBN 9780072843514 and ISBN 0072843519.
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