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The Chinese introduced silk to the Arabs, who passed it on to Europeans.

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What describes how silk was brought into medieval Europe?

chinese brought them ps im 12


How was silk brought into medieval Europe?

through the silk road


How was silk brought to medeival Europe?

The Chinese introduced silk to the Arabs, who passed it on to Europeans.


What best describes the silk road?

A trade route connecting China to the MeditteraneanAn ancient trade route between China and Europe. :P


What was the name of the trading route that the bubonic plague followed on its course to Europe?

It was called the Silk Route, so named because it was the route along which silk was first brought from China to Europe.


How was paper introduced into medieval Europe?

The Chinese introduced it to the Arabs, who passed it on to Europeans.


What is the famous road Marco polo traveled along?

The Silk road. Among other things Marco Polo brought to Europe was like gun powder and silk. The Silk road went from Europe cross all Asia to reach China.


What did Marco polo bring back from Europe o Asia?

He brought back riches, spices ,silk ,shpaspiire


Which are the top 5 silk producing countries?

china , Thailand, India ,Mediterranean , Islamic world, Medieval and modern Europe ,North America


Which country produces the most silk?

china Thailand India Mediterranean Islamic world Medieval and modern Europe North America


What trade route did the Han Dynasty build that linked China with Europe?

The "Silk Road" was a number of interconnected routes that brought Chinese goods across southern Asia to Europe.


Was trade important in medieval Europe?

yes because they had the medterranean (sorry about my spelling) but they also had the great silk road and without trade they will be lost and hungry forever