Third-century China got around the ancient world. They even made it to the Roman Empire, and wrote down their thoughts on these strange foreigners in the Weilüe, a third-century C.E. account of the interactions between the two nations. Here’s what China had to say about their imperial neighbors!
From a translation by the University of Washington’s John E. Hill:
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