Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink beer and I know things poster

Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink beer and I know things poster

Before silk and pepper arrived in the West, flavoring was a luxury commodity of the ancient world. For anyone who lived in Saudi Arabia around 1500 BC, the most obvious use of a purebred camel was to transport fragrances to customers in the Crescent region and the Mediterranean basin. Back in 3500 BC, the Egyptian nobles and Babylon were enjoying these fragrant products. Cat that’s what I do I read books I drink beer and I know things poster. The stone work from 2500 BC praises the sea journey for trading aromas to Punt, now Yemen and Somalia. Merchants may have sailed down the entire length of the Red Sea, but as we have seen, shallow water, pirates, and backwinds have plagued the journey. It would be safer and more secure to take the road north along the Arabian coast of the Red Sea, then continue west via Sinai.

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