The aim of this paper is to present the roads and the merchants of goods, products and food on commercial routes; we will try to identify the routes of product traffic and who is involved in it. Among the research issues discussed here are who assumed the role of trafficker, who the role of trader, and what the producer’s ultimate profit was. With regard to product movements, areas where goods and trade traveled, regions, trade agreements and transactions will be recorded. The research will be by reference to the existing bibliography and the relevant documentation from the original archival data of this period in the Vikelaia Municipal Library of Heraklion. The scope of the research is to highlight the importance of transport and networks to economic and social life and their contribution to the development of Crete during this period.