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HIEA 126: The Silk Road in Chinese and Japanese History

This guide is designed to help you start your research papers and/or projects using library resources on the Silk Road in Chinese and Japanese history. Focus would be on the people, cultures, religions, economics, arts, and technologies on these trade routes from c. 200 BCE to 1000 CE. 

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