The Pearl Road was established in the 2nd Century. Evidence of these movements can be seen in shipwrecks recovered in the Rivdon Bay and Rosario Sea. The route overlapped with local Miirosi maritime trade, Paraia Sea trade, Hakenian naval trade network. The Pearly gates was an informal name for the strait between Tamurin and Orioni, a term later repurposed by some early Christians. By the 9th century Ayubi was one of the final links in the Pearl Road.
From east to west, this maritime trade route measured approximately 18,839 kilometres (10,172 nmi) and connected:
- Oriental states such as Jaihu and Orioni,
- the Meteorolan archipelago,
- Memopotamian peninsula,
- all the way around Azania and
- finally Occidental Aroma.