Han Dynasty (202 BCE - 256 CE)
Natalie Eisen and Jimena Alvarez
With the many inventions, such as paper and silk weaving products, the Han dynasty traded successfully. Also, the Han dynasty created the "silk road" which was a road that extended all the way to the Roman Empire. Some of the important products used were silk and paper that were used to trade for gold silver and precious gems. One of the important jobs were architects. With all of the new buildings built, the Han dynasty needed more architects. Since the Han dynasty was using more paper, the craftsman and scribes grew in size. While the doctors were encouraging new medicine, the farmers and merchants were growing crops and trading for wealth. The Han dynasty traded goods such as silk products with the Roman Empire to earn wealth.