This essay focuses on Chinese women from North-Western China (the Chinese part of the Silk Road) under the Tang dynasty (618-907). It describes the main outlines of their everyday life, and study more closely the impact of the Silk Road and its related cultural interactions on their lives. In this respect, the Tang dynasty is the most interesting period because trade and cultural interactions were at its pinnacle. Thus, I will try to determine to what extent the reign of the traditional, Confucian frame defining women's role was subdued by the influence of foreign cultures
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