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23 24 Shelagh Vainker, a silk expert at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, who sees evidence for silk production in China significantly" earlier" than 25002000 BC, suggests, people" of the Indus civilization either harvested silkworm cocoons or traded with people who did, and that they knew a considerable amount about silk" 23.
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