The Spread and Integration of Painted Pottery Art along the Silk Road

Journal: Region - Educational Research and Reviews DOI: 10.32629/rerr.v3i1.242

Kai Zhang

Applied Technology College of Soochow University


The Silk Road is a product of the mutual exchange of material culture and spiritual culture among ancient China and other countries, regions, and nations. It is the result of the contact and collision between Eastern and Western civilizations. Historically, the Silk Road served as a bridge of cultural exchanges between China and foreign countries, closely linking ancient Chinese culture with the cultures of Central Asia, West Asia, and even ancient Siberian. In various areas along the Silk Road, all kinds of painted pottery art were integrated and developed.


the Silk Road; cultural communication; painted pottery art


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