Goods were transported throughout the Roman Empire by sea or on carts which ran on roads still visible in the countryside today.
During the first two centuries AD peace and stability prevailed. The much-celebrated Pax Romana boosted trade; it reached an extent comparable to the present world situation. Some commercial products were available throughout the world as then known.
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