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Maritime trade in the during Persian Empire period As early as the first quarter of the first quarter B.C. there is indirect evidence for sea-borne trade in the Arabian Sea. Most early references from Mesopotamia, however, regard regional trade in the Persian Gulf. During the Persian period the trade network was extend to India, contacts between India and the west were stimulated by the activities of Persian leadership. the Persian empire ranged from Egypt to Indian and Persian kings made concerted efforts in integrate commercially, its various provinces .(Reference: Mark Andrew Smith, May maritime trade between India

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