What were the characteristics of trade between Rome and the East?

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Goods traveled to Rome along a network of roads now known as the Silk Road and were shipped across the Mediterranean Sea.

Wealthy Romans wanted silks and spices from the East.***

The Silk Road contributed to the exchange of ideas between cultures.

Silk from Rome was one of the few goods that traveled along the Silk Road.***

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