Complete the graphic organizer below to show the cultural practices and products that spread throughout Europe and Asia via the Silk Road. Cultural Practices Cultural Products Use of goldwrapped thread and intricate knots Draw Loom method of weaving silk Astronomy Herbs for medicine Blown Glass Silk Landscape Paintings Blue-and-white Tin-Glazed Ware Water Wheel Paper Other Bubonic Plague Flea-Eggs Explain how the Silk Road contributed to the diffusion of religions in Asia. The idea of Buddhism spread from person to person, by word of mouth, along the Silk R79300oad. The ideas of Buddhism moved from India to Central Asia to Tibet, China and Japan. Islam also spread in the same way from Western Asia to Central Asia, Iran, China and India.