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A scholarly quest to understand Genghis Khan
A scholar discusses his work to reconstruct the life of Genghis Khan and the history of the Mongol Empire. Topics addressed include Mongolian culture and heritage, the empire's military leadership, and how Genghis Khan has been portrayed throughout the centuries.
The Mongol missions were a series of diplomatic and missionary journeys by Western European friars into the domains of the Mongol khans during the mid-13th through the mid-14th centuries. How the missionaries were treated?
Karakorum Becomes the Center of Commerce
Karakorum, situated on the upper Orkhon River in the north of central Mongolia, was first settled in about 750.
The shift in technology, ideas, culture, religion, warfare, and other aspects caused by the Mongol Empire is known as the Chinggis Exchange.
No doubt that you can find million resources talking about his brutalness!
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FACING THE Wrath of Khan.
The article provides information on the invasion of the central Asian kingdom of Khwarezm by the Mongol empire. Mongol leader Genghis Khan immediately laid siege to the city. After three days the city garrison tried to break through the Mongol lines and although a few managed to fight their way clear to the Amu-Darya River and safety, the majority were annihilated. The citizens of Bukhara, abandoned by their defenders, opened the gates.