Mongols Of The Asian Steppe Essay

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The Mongols have always been viewed as the barbaric people who showed no mercy in battle against their enemies, but today people seem to be forgetting the kind, positive impacts they left on the world that helped shape many powerful countries. The Mongolians of the Asian Steppe had a positive impact on the world during their rule of the Asian continent from 1206 to 1368 by influencing exploration with new inventions, such as the compass, fair and safe trade and creating the first ever written language that helped unite China to become one, unified country.
The exploration in Asia never really went pass the European coastline or Japan’s coast, until the Mongolians figured how to make the first ever compass, which would help with sea exploration. When this magnificent invention was spread to all over Europe and Asia a young, Venetian merchant named, Marco Polo, ventured across the Pacific Ocean and traveled farther than any of his fellow travelers during his long journey on the silk road. Without the Mongolian’s maps or technological advances, such as the compass, Marco Polo would have never came to Asia seeking the
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Most of them were spread out in most big, crowded cities but because of the crowding business was terrible. But when they tried to trade on the more secluded travel roads, they were faced with many raids and bandits. With these events happening, China’s ruler created a safe travel route that connect all of the Eurasian landmass and provided a way for the Chinese merchants to safely trade with those who are willing to. Another big impact this had on the Mongolians, was that China was one step closer to being a unified country.
The Mongolians of the Asian Steppe had a positive impact on the world during their rule of the Asian continent by influencing exploration, trade and the first ever written
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