Test: AP World History


The Roman empire maintained a network of trade relations between different regions, for example silver was often mined from Hispania and Britannia (modern day Spain and Britain) and ________________.

sent to the Middle East to be worked into Damascus Steel

sent to Rome to be given to the orphans of war

worked into jewelry and other precious luxury goods in Hispania and Britannia, then sent to the silver markets of Rome

sent to silversmith workshops in Rome, Milan, and Ravenna

sold to Egyptians in exchange for grain to feed the Roman army

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