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Silk Road transmission of Buddhism - Wikipedia

Silk Road transmission of Buddhism - Wikipedia

Bajiao City Ruins in Gansu, Silk Road China

Bajiao City Ruins in Gansu, Silk Road China

Silk Road

Silk Road

Genghis Khan whose plans were to conquer the Silk Road realized that with the impressive military power of Mongols it would be impossible to control all the routes for long. Therefore, having occupied the northern route Genghis Khan began to methodically destroy Arabian and Turkic cities standing on the southern route. Doing so Genghis Khan tried to stop the intense commodity exchange beyond his control.

Genghis Khan whose plans were to conquer the Silk Road realized that with the impressive military power of Mongols it would be impossible to control all the routes for long. Therefore, having occupied the northern route Genghis Khan began to methodically destroy Arabian and Turkic cities standing on the southern route. Doing so Genghis Khan tried to stop the intense commodity exchange beyond his control.

Silk Road

Silk Road

Silk Road, China

Silk Road, China

Silk Road garb (Part 1 – research & planning) « Dawn's Dress Diary

Silk Road garb (Part 1 – research & planning) « Dawn's Dress Diary

Ancient Silk Road Map - Ancient China Maps - China Highlights

Ancient Silk Road Map - Ancient China Maps - China Highlights

Nubra Valley, Ladakh, India

Nubra Valley, Ladakh, India

Silk Road, 7th Century  Travels on the Silk Road:  The river oasis Samarqand on the Zarafshon river Uzbekistan exists since more than 3500 years. It was always part of the Silk Road. Archeology and Alexander "the Great" revealed the existence of a Sogdian state, with Afrosyab (Samarqand) as its center. Sogdia saw the conquerors come and go, from the early Persian Achaemenids to Alexander to Chinese to the Arabs. It ended only with Genghis Khan and the destruction of Afrosyab in 1220.

Silk Road, 7th Century Travels on the Silk Road: The river oasis Samarqand on the Zarafshon river Uzbekistan exists since more than 3500 years. It was always part of the Silk Road. Archeology and Alexander "the Great" revealed the existence of a Sogdian state, with Afrosyab (Samarqand) as its center. Sogdia saw the conquerors come and go, from the early Persian Achaemenids to Alexander to Chinese to the Arabs. It ended only with Genghis Khan and the destruction of Afrosyab in 1220.