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The Steppe Route was an ancient overland route through the Eurasian Steppe that was an active precursor of the Silk Road. Silk and horses were traded as key commodities; secondary trade included furs, weapons, musical instruments, precious stones (turquoise, lapis lazuli, agate, nephrite) and jewels. This route extended for approximately 10,000 km (6,200 mi). Trans-Eurasian trade through the Steppe Route precedes the conventional date for the origins of the Silk Road by at least two millennia.

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  • Ruta de la estepa
  • Steppe Route
  • 草原絲綢之路
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  • La Ruta de la estepa era una antigua ruta terrestre a través de la estepa euroasiática, precursora activa de la ruta de la seda. La seda y los caballos se comercializaban como productos básicos mientras que el comercio secundario incluía pieles, armas, instrumentos musicales, piedras preciosas como turquesas, lapislázuli, ágata, nefrita y joyas. Esta ruta alcanzó todo el camino a través de la estepa euroasiática del norte, que se extiende unos 10 grados al norte y sur de la latitud 40° N y se extiende por aproximadamente 10 000 kilómetros.​ El comercio trans-euroasiático a través de la ruta de la estepa precede a la fecha convencional de los orígenes de la Ruta de la Seda en al menos dos milenios.​
  • 草原絲綢之路,指古代时自中國中原地區向北越過長城入塞外,然後穿越蒙古高原、中西亞北部、南俄草原,西去歐洲的陸路商道。其中最重要的城市是訛答剌、塔拉斯、托克馬克。 草原丝路,西汉时就有通过当时七河地區的乌孙至蒙古高原的记载,唐时称回纥道或回鹘路,从中原正北走越過阳山+阴山以南的包括朔方郡、五原郡、云中郡、定襄郡、雁门郡的河南地区的当时叫新秦中之外的塞外,进入蒙古高原、中西亞北部、南俄罗草原,西去歐洲的陸路商道。其中最重要的城市是窩魯朵八里、訛答剌、塔拉斯、怛罗斯、碎叶、庭州(古车师)、丰州(秦九原郡)。匈奴以及其後的鲜卑、乌桓、茹茹、白匈奴、悦般、突厥、回紇、黠嘎斯、阻卜、塔塔尔、泰赤乌、蔑儿乞、乃蛮、克烈、汪古、和以尼伦和迭列斤两大部落组成的蒙古、 粟特、烏孫、月氏、可薩人、奄蔡和蒙古民族,都曾先后活躍在草原絲綢之路上。安史之乱后,陇右道诸州在758—776年之间陆续沦陷于吐蕃,传统丝路受吐蕃阻绝,唐人不得不选择草原丝绸与西域城邦交流。
  • The Steppe Route was an ancient overland route through the Eurasian Steppe that was an active precursor of the Silk Road. Silk and horses were traded as key commodities; secondary trade included furs, weapons, musical instruments, precious stones (turquoise, lapis lazuli, agate, nephrite) and jewels. This route extended for approximately 10,000 km (6,200 mi). Trans-Eurasian trade through the Steppe Route precedes the conventional date for the origins of the Silk Road by at least two millennia.
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  • Eurasian Steppe Route
  • Precursor of the Silk Road
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