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A salt road (also known as a salt route, salt way, saltway, or salt trading route) refers to any of the prehistoric and historical trade routes by which essential salt was transported to regions that lacked it. From the Bronze Age (in the 2nd millennium BC) fixed transhumance routes appeared, like the Ligurian drailles that linked the maritime Liguria with the alpages, long before any purposely-constructed roadways formed the overland routes by which salt-rich provinces supplied salt-starved ones.

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  • Salzstraße
  • Ruta de la sal
  • Salt road
  • Route du sel
  • Vie del sale
  • Rota do sal
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  • Una ruta de la sal (también llamado camino de la sal) es cualquiera de las rutas comerciales prehistóricas o históricas por las cuales se transportaba la sal hacia regiones que carecían de ella (véase Historia de la sal). A partir de la Edad de Bronce (en el II milenio a. C.) hicieron su aparición rutas fijas de trashumancia, tales como los drailles ligures que conectaban a la zona marítima de Liguria con los alpages, mucho antes de que se construyeran caminos a propósito por medio de los cuales las regiones ricas en sal le proveían de sal a las que carecían de ella.
  • La route du sel désigne les routes commerciales d'échanges et de commerce, par laquelle le sel a été transporté depuis les régions de production vers les régions consommatrices et déficitaires.
  • A salt road (also known as a salt route, salt way, saltway, or salt trading route) refers to any of the prehistoric and historical trade routes by which essential salt was transported to regions that lacked it. From the Bronze Age (in the 2nd millennium BC) fixed transhumance routes appeared, like the Ligurian drailles that linked the maritime Liguria with the alpages, long before any purposely-constructed roadways formed the overland routes by which salt-rich provinces supplied salt-starved ones.
  • Rota do Sal (ou também chamado caminho, via ou estrada do sal) é qualquer rota comercial pré histórica ou histórica, pelas quais se transportava sal, em destino a regiões que careciam dele: veja a (História do sal). A partir da Idade do Bronze no Segundo milénio a.C. houve a aparição de rotas fixas de Transumância, tais como os drailles' na Ligúria, que conectava a zona marítima da Ligúria, com os alpages, muitos antes de construírem caminho das quais as regiões ricas em sal, proviam para as que necessitavam de sal.
  • Als Salzstraße bezeichnet man alte Handelswege, auf denen Salz transportiert wurde. Im Mittelalter war der Transport von Waren über weite Strecken sehr mühsam und teuer. Nur edle und besonders begehrte Waren, wie zum Beispiel Silber, Salz, Bernstein, Seide und Gewürze wurden über große Entfernungen transportiert.(Siehe auch: Altstraße)
  • Le vie del sale erano gli antichi percorsi e rotte di navigazione utilizzati anticamente dai mercanti del sale marino. Non esisteva un'unica via del sale: i vari popoli (emiliani, lombardi, piemontesi, abruzzesi, friulani e siciliani) avevano ognuno la propria rete di sentieri e collegamenti per portare le merci, principalmente lana e armi, verso il mare e recuperare lì il sale, allora prezioso per la conservazione degli alimenti nel lungo periodo. La produzione di formaggio e di insaccati, la conservazione della carne, del pesce e anche delle olive necessitavano di elevate quantità del pregiato elemento. Ma anche attività artigianali come la concia delle pelli e la tintura richiedevano l'uso di sale.
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