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The Silk Road on AHE! "The network was used regularly from 130 BCE, when the Han officially opened trade with the west, to 1453 CE, when the Ottoman Empire boycotted trade with the west and closed the routes."

Arabic demographic in Israel proper (Including Golan heights) (692x1575)

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Map of Ancient Mesopotamia

Liebaux's Map of the Holy Land (1720)

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The Lost Empire that Ruled the Silk Road

The Lost Empire that Ruled the Silk Road Today, the city of Samarkand in Uzbekistan is relatively remote, known mostly for its magnificent medieval ruins. But over a millennium ago, it was one of the richest cities on the infamous trade route known as the Silk Road. Back in the 600s CE, that route was called simply "the road to Samarkand."

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The Elephant in the Map Room

israel/palestine:Talking about the [borders in the] Israeli-Palestinian conflict is the conversational equivalent of tap-dancing on quicksand: the harder you try, the deeper you get stuck. For opinions are as sharply divided as the land itself.