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    During the 13th century, a group of pastoralists would band up to form The Mongol Empire. The Mongols were based in Central Asia and spread fear all over by overwhelming their enemies. They would conquer enough to be the largest empire known to mad. However, despite the evidence that suggests the mongols were vicious, they should be seen as civilized due to having a structured military, having exceptional infrastructure, and having a law system. Before mentioning their civility, the mongols were

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    Throughout the post-classical era, there was a rise of various types of empires. One of the prominent empires was the Mongol Empire. The Mongol Empire consisted of nomadic warriors, called the Mongols, that consisted of tribes “of mostly illiterate, nomadic horsemen that hailed from the steppes north of China, where nomadic tribes had lived for centuries.” However, their lack of language and education did not stop them from becoming one of history's largest empires. The Mongols became one of history’s

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    along the trade routes for monks and missionaries, traders, and explorers,” which allowed for famous explorers such as Marco Polo to explore and learn about Asia. Marco Polo and his learnings have since become a well-known resource for the culture and inner workings of the Mongols. His works also talk about the generosity and wisdom of Genghis Khan, and it gives an inside look on how the Mongols operated. This was all possible because the Mongols allowed explorers to travel throughout their lands, showing

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    a punishment like me upon you” . All which to portray the fact that Genghis Khan was the most influential political and military leader, perhaps Genghis Khan was the most influencial ruler of the ancient world. To prove that Genghis khan was the most influential political leader and war general for his time period we must start from the beginning of his life and thoroughly examine issues such as; how his life as a child affected his place in Mongol society, more specifically, how being the son of

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    Genghis Khan was the ruler of the Mongolian Empire from 1206 to 1368, he had discovered many new inventions that impacted the Mongols. Was this impact good or bad? 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, trade, and written language. Because of these inventions, our world has been impacted by the rule of Genghis Khan and his following grandsons who ruled after the great leader. Before

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    East-Central Asian ethnic group, the Mongols eventually ruled most of Russia, Persia, Korea, Southeast Asia, China, India, eastern Europe, and the Middle East. They were a mixture of prairie and also forest people. They originated north from present-day Mongolia. Typically, the Mongols stayed in circular tents and changed campgrounds according to the season. While living on the steppes was a struggle, their diet consisted of livestock and other animal products. This greatly increased their muscle mass since

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    The author explained how the Mongols were incorrectly perceived in history. Much of the crimes blamed on Genghis Khan were actually committed by Timur, a Turkic warrior who claimed to be descended from Genghis Khan. Timur ruthlessly slaughtered the people of his conquered cities, and enjoyed torturing and humiliating his prisoners. European historians tied Timur’s actions to Genghis Khan. Myths grew around him, nurtured by Anti-Asian spirit during the Enlightenment . An Enlightenment scientist, Johann

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    Mongol Toleration Dbq

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    In the eleventh century, China and the world of Islam were flourishing. However they were conquered and ruled by the Mongols. The political and economic effects of Mongol rule on China and the Middle East were similar but different in their own way. The Mongols toleration and acceptance of the religions in that region were slightly different from each other. The Mongols did not trust the Chinese, so they had foreigners come in to govern the people. They took away the traditional Confucian way of

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    The Mongols who are they and were they barbaric? The mongols was a small clan until they came to one leadership whom being named genghis Khan. He who lead the mongols to a world of conquering and success. The mongols were barbaric empire. They way they kept soldiers fighting is cruel, they way they killed people from other empires is not necessary, and the way they got married depending on the situation is unfair. To begin with the Genghis Khan way he set up his soldiers to fight is cruel. Having

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    Mongol Empire Legacies

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    Name Instructor Course Date Legacies of the Mongol Empire The Mongol Empire was established in 1206 by Genghis Khan after swiftly conquering numerous lands in Europe and Asia. The Mongols were nomads who established their prosperity by encouraging trade and scientific developments. Although the Mongols can be seen as a barbaric rule that demolished civilization, it can also be viewed as an empire that made major contributions to education and trade between countries and regions. The key legacies

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    Thomas T. Allsen is the author of Mongol Imperialism: the policies of the Great Qan Mongke in China, Russia, and the Islamic World which covers the time periods of 1251-1259, published by Berkeley in 1987. Thomas T. Allsen graduated from the University of Minnesota in 1979 going on to becoming a professor at the College of New Jersey where he holds a position in the Department of History. Along with being a professor of history, Allsen has published several books on Mongol civilization, including

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    The golden eagle is one of the best-known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere. It is the most widely distributed species of eagle. These majestic birds range from Mexico through much of western North America as far north as Alaska; they also appear in the east but are uncommon. Golden eagles are also found in Asia, northern Africa, and Europe. Like all eagles, it belongs to the family Accipitridae. With broad, rounded wings, the colors of the eagle 's feathers range from black-brown to

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    Mongol armies tore through most of the ancient world throughout the 13th century. Pillaging and plundering every nation in their path, the Mongols left an impressive wake of destruction and death. The Mongols shook the world with the impact of their conquests, but not of their influence was negative. Overall the Mongols brought much needed change in politics and commerce to both China and the Middle East. As the Mongols ravaged the plains of China, they needed to establish a new government to

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    The Mongols are perceived as a savage people who only wanted to surmount the world but in authentically they are not troglodytic. They are a misunderstood culture who have authentically done some commendable things like bringing other cultures and religions together without persecution. In document A the Mongol imperium is shown at its height. During this time the imperium had surmounted 4,860,000 square miles of land. That is twice the amount of land Alexander the Great had surmounted at 2,180

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    is called being barbaric. In the 13th century, Mongols had experienced many places around the Silkroad. Like the following Mongolia, China, and Persia. Mongols originate from Mongolia from there they expand their territory outward. Which leads to the following statement the Mongols were simply looking for wealth not to just be savage to the neighboring civilizations. Mongolia where the Mongols are from brings up the following ideas they have. The Mongols “believe that there is but one God, by Whom

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    How Barbaric were the “Barbarians”? The Mongols were nomadic people who lived off of meat, horse hide, and milk. Genghis Khan’s leadership was the awakening of the Mongol success. Under the guidance of the Great Khan, the Mongol empire thrived and expanded. After the death of Genghis Khan, his descendents had kept the Mongol reputation standing. The Mongol impact on the 13th and 14th century world affected many people and civilization which helped prove that they were not the savage and evil barbarians

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    Barbaric Dbq Analysis

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    Barbaric, which means extremely cruel, are what the mongols were called because of their cruel, violent actions. They have a bad reputation which led them to be called “barbaric” or “barbarians.” They clearly have done brutal things but the question is, how brutal, or barbaric, were they? From my understanding of the mongols and what I have read about them, they are very cold-blooded and evil. They carried out malevolent tactics to harm others for their own benefit, showing how extremely barbaric

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    “I am the punishment of God…If you had not committed great sins, God would not have sent a punishment like me upon you.” – Genghis Khan. Imperial juggernauts are massive and powerful empires; this essay will discuss the Mongols. They were known for their nomadic ways and lust for battle. Before they could start conquering other groups someone had to unite the various sovereign tribes of Mongols scattered around the steppes. The man that accomplished this was Temujin, later known as Genghis Khan.

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    Mongolian empire was the largest land empire of its era and occupied land from the yellow sea in Eastern Asia to the border of Eastern Europe. The empire included land in China, Korea, Mongolia, Persia as well as parts of Thailand and Russia. The Mongols derived from loosely organized nomadic tribes around Mongolia, Siberia and Manchuria. They lived off their land and the resources provided, and became great warriors. It is believed that the Mongols helped the spread of racial tolerance, religion

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    When they before an Empire, it was very different from other dynasties before. Would I ever want to live as a Mongol or Chinese during the Mongols Empire? I would choose a life as an upper-class Mongolia woman, but not a mean one. I have learned about ancient china’s events and how women plays a role in China’s society. Would living in Mongols Empire be easy and comfortable, or not? It can be an easy and comfortable living, but it all really depends

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