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Unformatted text preview: Turkish 2.Changan and the cosmopolitan culture The Tang court as sponsor of Central Asian culture: music, food, dancing and religion Political influence from the Turkishthe Incident of the Xuwu Gate : murdering among brothers The large number of Central Asian residents in Changan 3. The role of the Sogadian merchants on the Silk Road Why the nomads were friendly towards commerce The silk trade as a major agent binding the Turkish empire together The role of Sogadianopening another model of civilization rather than a Chinese one How to develop international trade in a pre-industrial world Strategies exploited by the Sogadian to control trade along the Silk Trade: education (multi-language, book-keeping and contracts); marriage and religion; diplomatic and political talents Limits of the Silk Road Tradetrade via land routes; the large share of luxury goods...
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This note was uploaded on 10/25/2011 for the course HUMA 002 taught by Professor Yu during the Spring '11 term at Alcorn State.
- Spring '11