What did the Chinese trade on the Silk Road?

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The silk road was a historical trade route that connected Africa, Europe and Asia. On the Silk Road the Chinese traded on spices, clothing, fruits, tea, jade, flowers, woolen goods, blankets, curtains, skin, ornaments and animals such as horses, sheep, and peacocks.
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