Consequently, the Mongols had a governance and municipal so civil-like, it acculturated them. The Mongols had a network of communication called Yam which “allowed goods and information to travel with unprecedented speed, but it also acted as the eyes and ears of the Khan. Thanks to the Yam, he could easily keep abreast of military and political developments and maintain contact with his extensive network of spies and scouts.”. It would later set a precedent for the rest of Eurasia, but it was a step towards a civilized nation for the Mongols. When the Genghis inaugurated Yam, they could communicate with others and even promote trade among the routes.
Emperor Tang’s strategy was so successful that some parts the military conquered was as far as Central Asia. This is important because once land is conquered, it means that there is access to many resources, and also expansion of territory. ("The Golden Age of Tang.") Tang Gao Zu and his superb strategies is significant because it shows that he is dedicated to win. Tang Gao Zu was an initiated leader, which lead to success in
Take Qin Shi huang and Empress Wu as examples, they also used high-pressured tactics to control their followers, however, at the same time, they had great achievement and distinctive merits as Genghis Khan. We cannot deny his merits because of his ruthless character and means of implementation. From the information provided by three resources, Genghis Khan created a new and comprehensive policy system; led Mongol chased and caught up with the world and increased the status of women and soldiers in the society. Genghis Khan definitely brought the development of Mongol to reach its peak. Under his guidance, Mongol empire lasted even longer than Alexander the Great (Wilmore, 2005).
Galileo had a significant impact on science of the Renaissance because of his discoveries in the fields of astronomy and physics. Galileo was a well known astronomer and physicist during the time of the Renaissance. He was born on February 15, 1564 in Pisa, and died in Arcetri on January 8, 1642. Galileo attended the University of Pisa where he studied medicine. However, He became more interested in astronomy and physics and decided to make that his profession.
Throughout the sixteenth century different factors such as economy, society and religion had varying effects on the government policies of the Spaniards before and after the colonization of the Americas. Government policy in the New World was wholly reformed due to the Spanish attitudes in relation to the lands and people they conquered. As the Spaniards established control over the Americas, labour policies were adjusted as to better exploit newly conquered lands and people. Since the Spanish thirsted for gold, they soon discovered many foreign resources that quickly became popular in the western hemisphere. These newly discovered resources caused Spanish trade and commerce to flourish.
There were many people that founded America. Christopher Columbus was a leader who left a legacy as he helped make the world what it is today. Columbus’ adventures were not limited to his famous voyage; he had many adventures with his crew, both before and after he landed in America. One of Columbus’ great skills as a leader was his persistence. “On his first voyage he nearly died (Bio 2014).” If he had died, we wouldn’t have the world we live in today.
Nevertheless, a fortuitous placement in the household of future Ming ruler Yongle ultimately provided a formal education and contemporaneously seeded valuable relationships so essential to his extraordinary future. Quickly seizing on the opportunities presented, Zheng He established himself as one of exceptional intelligence possessing gifts of military acumen, especially naval command and logistics. On behest of Emperor Yongle, Zheng He would proceed to lead seven expeditions to Asia, Africa, and the Middle East during the early fifteenth century while establishing diplomatic relations among numerous groups in the process. During this time, he became revered as a successful trader while acquiring domestic goods in exchange for trading rights to the Chinese
Mankind has seen the rise and fall of many prominent civilizations throughout human history, but the most influential civilization to all of human history were the Ancient Egyptians. The civilization of Ancient Egypt thrived throughout the Nile River from 3300 BC to around 300 B.C. when Alexander the Great conquered it. Throughout these 3000 years, the Ancient Egyptians contributed various inventions and knowledge that is still used today. Ancient Egyptians contributed mathematics, astronomy, medicine, astronomy, and the invention of various inventions that are seen in our everyday lives.
Harris (2008) asserts that microgravity research is proving promising for the improvement of advanced treatments for Diabetes, Parkinson, Alzheimer’s diseases, Pancreatic cancer, Cystic fibrosis, and Hemophilia. Harris (2008) sums up the importance of space exploration to medical research saying, “While the benefits of space exploration extend beyond the medical arena, the breakthroughs in medicine and healthcare cannot go unnoticed or undervalued. Imagine what the next 50 years of innovation and pioneering discovery can bring, particularly onboard the ISS. This robust commitment assures that our country will continue its decades-long bond between our nation's space program and
Although Columbus thought he had reached Asia, he had actually discovered North America and it upheld it for Spain then colonized North America. Many people were glad by the opportunity for new knowledge. Explorers saw the chance to earn wealth. As well new lands were discovered, nations wanted to claim the lands for themselves. ARGUMENT 1: THE EXPLORATION OF RELIGION Christianity was important to the Europeans culture during the Age of Exploration.