By Dashu Qin, Jian Yuan
As key nodes that attached historic silk routes traversing China, Japan and India, buying and selling hubs, cities and towns in Java and Sumatra and different areas in Asia have been key vacation spot issues for retailers, clergymen and different itinerants plying those routes.
fresh archaeological excavations in international locations bordering the South China Sea and round the Indian Ocean unveiled amazing similarities in artifacts recovered either on land and from the ocean. The similarities underlined the numerous features of nearby exchanges and cross-cultural impacts between humans and locations in those networks. a few of the findings point out a unique chinese language presence within the advertisement, social and spiritual actions of those early Asian buying and selling posts.
This booklet collects papers from the symposium on old Silk exchange Routes — go Cultural Exchanges and Their Legacies in Asia. It explores numerous threads coming up from this local trade of products and ideas, specifically, the cross-cultural dimensions of the exchanges within the components of fabric alternate, ceramic routes, buying and selling hubs, arts and artifacts and Buddhism.
Readership: lecturers, undergraduate and graduates scholars, execs attracted to historic silk routes, archaeology, Buddhism, Borobudur, and ceramics exchange.
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They were written from the third to the fourth century. Amongst these various documents, some have a mention of coins but other forms of money were used and barter also played an important role. These documents also mention textiles used as payment or part payment, particularly silk, tavastaga carpets, Kojava rugs and felt garments. Silk was a very common currency used in China from the Warring States period (475–221 BC) and by the mid third century BC. There was a standard unit of textile money, which has an equivalent value in coin.
This mauve colored cap in Fig. 6 has a temple like projection on the top. Two felt fabrics and two plain weave fabrics of similar color are cut together in the shape of the cap and then stitched together on the edges. The open end is edged with a piping of a plain colored silk fabric. indd 46 12/9/2014 5:13:44 PM b1840 Ancient Silk Trade Routes: Cross Cultural Exchanges and Their Legacies in Asia Lou-lan Textiles in the Stein Collection at the National Museum, New Delhi Fig. e; 2003/10/655; dark colored fragmentary cap with a crisp projection in the middle and mounted on a paper.
This stitch was called the ‘blind stitch’ also known as the “forbidden stitch”. In this felt pad, the embroidered silk was not especially embroidered for it, but picked up from the remaining fabric, as it has no definite embroidery on it to synchronize with the object created. The embroidery is with white and blue thread in chain stitch on a maroon dyed fabric. It has been quilted with felt inside. These people also produced felt. A brown piping of a different fabric has been used to hold the two fabrics together.
Ancient Silk Trade Routes: Selected Works from Symposium on Cross Cultural Exchanges and Their Legacies in Asia by Dashu Qin, Jian Yuan