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  1. The Rise and Fall of the Second Largest Empire in History: How Genghis Khan's Mongols Almost Conquered the World by Thomas J. Craughwell, 2010-02-01
  2. Arms and Armour of the Nomads of the Great Steppe in the Times of the Mongol Expansion (12th to 14th cents) (Studies on the History of the Ancient & Mediaeval Art of Warfare) by Witold Swietoslawski, 2010-05-10
  3. Historical Dictionary of the Mongol World Empire (Historical Dictionaries of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Eras) by Paul D. Buell, 2003-03-19
  4. Etudes d'iconographie islamique. Quelques objets numineux des Turcs et des Mongols. (Cahiers Turcica) by aJ.-P. Roux, 1982-01-01
  5. The Powers of Prophecy: The Cedar of Lebanon Vision from the Mongol Onslaught to the Dawn of the Enlightenment by Robert E. Lerner, 2009-08-15
  6. MONGOLS by WB Bartlett, 2010-11
  7. Mongols, Huns & Vikings by Hugh Kennedy, 2002-04-28
  8. The A to Z of the Mongol World Empire (The a to Z Guide Series -Historical Dictionaries of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Eras #8) by Paul D. Buell, 2010-03-16
  9. Empire of the Mongols (Great Empires of the Past) by Michael Burgan, 2009-09-30
  10. Historical Researches of the Wars and Sports of the Mongols and Romans by John Ranking, 1826
  11. Samurai: Mongol invasions of Japan, Nanban trade, Bakumatsu, Shud?, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Edo period, Metropolitan Museum of Art, Katana, Japanese sword mountings, Samurai cinema
  12. Mongols before Genghis Khan
  13. European Avars: Age of Enlightenment, House of Bourbon, European Avars, Khagan, Turkic peoples, Mongols, Central and Eastern Europe, Pannonian Plain, Oghur languages, Khazar language, Bulgar language
  14. The Mongols: Battle of the Sajo River (Great battles of antiquity) by Richard A Gabriel, 1992

1. Ancient History Page
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  • 2. Ancient China: The Mongolian Empire: The Yuan Dynasty, 1279-1368
    Information on the Yuan Dynasty and the Mongol invasion of China.Category Regional Asia Mongolia Society and Culture history...... He began to vigorously organize the mongols into a military force through Khan wasperhaps one of the greatest military innovators in human history, and his
    The Mongols
    The Mongols were an obscure people who lived in the outer reaches of the Gobi Desert in what is now Outer Mongolia. They were a pastoral and tribal people that did not really seem to be of any consequence to neighboring peoples. The Mongols were in fact a group of disunified tribes that would gather regularly during annual migrations; although they elected chiefs over the tribes at these meetings, they never unified into a single people. Their religion focused on a sky-god that ruled over nature deities, similar to the Japanese native religion Shinto, and the gods communicated to them through shamans. All that would change however, under the leadership of a powerful and vigorous leader named Timuchin or Genghis Khan.
    Genghis Khan
    Timuchin was the son of a poor noble in his tribe. Born sometime in the 1160's, he gradually unified the disparate Mongol tribes and, in 1206, was elected Genghis Khan, or "Universal Ruler" (also spelled Chingghis or Jenghiz Khan). He began to vigorously organize the Mongols into a military force through conscription and taxes on the tribes. With his small army (no more than one hundred and twenty thousand men), he managed to conquer far larger armies in densely populated areas.
    The Mongolian Empire was perhaps the largest empire in human history in terms of geographical expanse. It extended west to east from Poland to Siberia, and north to south from Moscow to the Arabian peninsula and Siberia to Vietnam. For all that, Genghis Khan was primarily interested in conquering China because of its great wealth. While Mongol armies spread quickly west, Genghis Khan preceded cautiously in expanding southward, conquering first the northern Tibetan kingdom and later the Chin empire. When he died in 1227, he had just finished conquering the northern city of Beijing. By 1241, the Mongols had conquered all of northern China.

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    Mongol history and chronology from ancient times. If we are to follow the tracks through Mongol the 1200s, The Secret history of The mongols, with the appropriate subtitle
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    4. Mongol History And Chronology From Ancient Times
    we are to follow the tracks through Mongol history, we will ourselves along an excitingpath into the ancient Siberian and This is the homeland of The mongols.
    Mongol history and chronology from ancient times
    If we are to follow the tracks through Mongol history, we will find ourselves along an exciting path into the ancient Siberian and Inner Asian world. Now meditate on Siberia, the Taiga, Tundra, the Bajkal sea, the steppe region to the east of Bajkal. The Siberian and inner Asian plain is endless. It is night. Cold, dark. This is the homeland of The Mongols. What do you feel, what do you see? Let us then go ahead and penetrate this realm.
    The origin of The Mongols
    The very first beginnings of the Mongol Phenomenon
    When writing Mongolian history, there are a number of points from which one could conceivably start. One could choose to track the intricacies of Inner Asian tribal structure, and proceed to give an exposition of the demographic, economic and political conditions that constituted the outer circumstances around the emergence of the Mongols. This has been done many times over, and the scientifically treated facts about the Mongols are reasonably well-known. For this reason I have chosen another angle from which to approach Mongolian history. Let it only be stated that new research has incontrovertibly demonstrated that earlier prejudiced notions of the Mongols as inferior barbarians have been so one-sided as to be wholly distorted. Especially noteworthy are the recent archaeological discoveries that have thrown light on the many-sided and complex interaction and interconnectedness between the Inner Asian nomads and the great state(s) of China.

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    6. Welcome To The Realm Of The Mongols!
    Large amount of information on Mongol society, history and culture.Category Society history By Time Period Middle Ages...... Mongol history and chronology from ancient times Last updated The extraordinaryphysical abilities of the mongols Last updated September 5, 1999.
    Welcome to The Realm of The Mongols!
    Written and maintained by Per Inge Oestmoen, Norway
    The pages available here are all dedicated to the philosophical and spiritual legacy of the Old Mongols, and to the memory of Chingis Khan. The wolf is the legendary ancestor of all Mongols, and is a symbol of what qualities they possessed: an inclination towards the regions of the North, Dark and Cold, as well as limitless endurance, great intelligence, intuition and perspicacity.
    The correct address of The Realm of The Mongols is Please adjust your links and bookmarks, if they point to the former address. This site will undergo continuous development. As my knowledge and inspiration grow, these pages will change accordingly. Hence, you are invited to visit this Mongolian page regularly, to check the links and see what happens. Tip: If you feel that the text is small, then choose a larger display font in your browser. Your support in the form of comments and suggestions will be highly appreciated, and certainly contribute to a better Mongolian meeting-place for all.

    7. Chinese Ancient History: Yuan Dynasty
    System'. Notoriously, the mongols imposed a four class system on Chinathat divided the population into four separate ethnic groups.
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    Notoriously, the Mongols imposed a four class system on China that divided the population into four separate ethnic groups. These had a descending order of privilege and were to become a cause of much contention. The Mongols placed themselves first, then Western and Central Asians who were known as semu ren. Next were the Han ren, who were the people of Northern China and conquered in 1234. These included Chinese and Qidan, Jin and others. The final group and of the lowest order were the nan ren, the people who had been ruled by the Southern Song and brought into the new Mongol Empire in 1279. The class distinctions were not too rigidly enforced but they did have implications when it came to privileges, appointments and taxation.
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    10. Electronic Passport To Chinese History
    An overview of China's dynastys for the past 4000 years.Category Kids and Teens School Time By Region Asia China...... Excavations have confirmed descriptions in ancient Chinese literature the GoldenAge of Chinese history. Today the peasant army to victory over the mongols.
    HOME TIME AND SPACE PREHISTORY MESOPOTAMIA ... The Boxer Rebellion Dynasty From at least 1766 BC to this century, China was ruled by dynasties. A dynasty is a ruling family that passes control from one generation to the next. One dynasty lasted more than 800 years, while another lasted only fifteen years. The Chinese people supported their rulers because of what they called the Mandate of Heaven. The ancient Chinese believed their ancestors in heaven had chosen their leaders. The people would rebel against a weak leader because they believed he had lost the Mandate of Heaven. The Shang was the first dynasty to leave written records. The Shang rulers expanded the borders of their kingdom to include all of the land between Mongolia and the Pacific Ocean. The Shang practiced human sacrifice. If a king died, many of his slaves would join him in the grave. Some were beheaded first, others were buried alive. The Shang also developed a lunar calendar consisting of twelve months of 30 days each. When a Shang king died, his next oldest brother replaced him. When there were no brothers, the oldest maternal nephew became king. The Chou were nomads who lived west of the Shang. They overthrew the Shang and ruled China from 1122

    11. History & Culture Of Russia / The Mongols
    Over the next three years the mongols (or Tatars) destroyed all of the major In 1591,he murdered Fyodor's younger brother Dmitri in the ancient town of Uglich
    The Mongols and the Emergence of Moscow
    K Ivan the Terrible succeeded his father Vasily III as Grand Duke of Moscow in 1533 at the age of three. His mother served as regent until she too died, when Ivan was eight. For the next eight years, the young Grand Duke endured a series of regents chosen from among the boyars (the nobility). Finally in 1547, he adopted the title of tsar and set about crushing the power of the boyars, reorganizing the military, and preparing to smite the Tatars. In 1552 he conquered and sacked Kazan, and in 1556 Astrakhan, having thus destroyed the lingering power of the Golden Horde. Ivan's Tatar campaigns opened vast new areas for Russian expansion, and it was during his reign that the conquest and colonization of Siberia began. Believe it or not, Ivan was not supposed to have been very terrible at all during the early years of his reign. However, as he grew older his temper worsened, and by the 1560s he carried out a pretty horrific campaign against the boyars, confiscating their land and executing or exiling those who displeased him. In 1581, in a rage, he struck his son and heir Ivan with an iron rod, killing him. Ancient Russia The Romanovs
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    12. The Ancient History Of Chinese Medicine
    The ancient history of Chinese Medicine Part Three. The Yuan dynasty (1264 to 1368CE) followed the Song and was a period when the mongols under Ghenghis and
    The Ancient History of Chinese Medicine
    Part Three By Robert L. Felt
    Co-author Understanding Acupuncture The Yuan dynasty (1264 to 1368 CE) followed the Song and was a period when the Mongols under Ghenghis and Kublai Khan controlled China. The Yuan is the period of the famous bronze acupuncture statues, devices that symbolize the relative stability of acupuncture's base of data. Books of this era place 303 points on the 12 regular channels and 51 on the two medial channels for a total of 654 of the now accepted 670 acupoints. There was also a further development in the specialized practice of moxibustion. While there would be continuous interchange with China’s neighbors, and the Mongols would translate the Nan Jing into their own language, few developments of note occurred in China’s neighboring countries. Indeed, it would not be until the Ming dynasty of 1368 to 1643 CE that Chinese traditional medicines would be revitalized throughout the region. The Ming is the third of China’s golden ages. China, again ruled by Chinese, was united in the hands of Zhu Yuan-zhang the capable military leader who had re-captured power and restored the capital in Beijing. An autocrat, he concentrated power in himself and democratized the government to weaken the bureaucracy, helping to create an information explosion resulting in greater social diversity and opportunity. Medical thought was stable, carrying forward the incorporation of natural drugs into the medicine of systematic correspondence that began in the Song. Printing, which had begun in the Song, became more widespread and the Ming became a period known for several important texts, some of which are used and respected to this day. Chief among these is the

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    ancient China and the Mongol Empire through the eyes of one of its great personalitiesby 'riding along' with the mongols as they journey through history.
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    only about the governments in ancient times.These Republic of Turkey.Throughout thehistory Turks established debateful whether Huns were mongols originated or
    Turks established a lot of civilizations in time.But this page is only about the governments in Ancient times.These are HUNS GOKTURKS UYGURS OTHER CIVILIZATIONS The story of Turks begins in Northwestern China. Because of Chinese attacks they scattered thru different parts of Asia and Europe.This movement has finished with the coming of Republic of Turkey.Throughout the history Turks established a lot of governments.Here comes a couple of them.
    It's debateful whether Huns were Mongols originated or Turk. A couple of historians states that Turks and Mongols share the same roots. "...these Turks, like their modern congeners in the Byzantine Empire, would ultimately lose their Mongolian features..."(Keene,1972) . Hungarians call themselves Magyar which means "tenth arm" in pro-Turkic language.
    This was a great civilization had been established in Northwest of China.One of the first literacies carved on stones was found in this region.It's in Turkish language written by Gokturks-sky Turks-.Both Huns and Gokturks used to worship to sky,earth and nature.Their religion was Shamanism.
    Uygur Turks had a brilliant civilization.They had a very well advanced code of laws.The Genghis Khan,known Mongol,ruled his huge empire with Uygur(Uigur) Turks laws.This Empire,Uygurs,disappeared by Chinese Empire.

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    17. Welcome To Kazakhstan -> History -> Ancient History
    ancient history. Turkic tribes, that settled in the vast steppe region between Russiaand China during the eighth century AD, and to the mongols who migrated to
    Home About Us What's New Site Map ... References Ancient History The Kazakh people trace their roots to the Turkic tribes, that settled in the vast steppe region between Russia and China during the eighth century AD, and to the Mongols who migrated to the region during the thirteenth century. In the 13th century the area was incorporated into the Mongol empire of Chengis Khan. Upon Chengis Khan's death in 1227, his empire was divided among his descendants. Most of present-day Kazakhstan became part of the territory ruled by his son Chagadai, but the western and most of the northern parts were included in the far-reaching empire of the Golden Horde established by Batu Khan, Chengis' grandson. The geographical position of Kazakhstan has been, in large measure, conducive to its development. The great caravan trade route, which is known as the "Great Silk Route" and linked Byzantium and China, cuts across the southern part of the country. The caravan route along the Syrdarya River to the southern Urals and adjacent territories, as well as the trade route cutting across Central Kazakhstan and the Altai to the south-western regions of Siberia, were likewise of great importance. Trading and cottage-industry towns and caravansaries began to appear on those routes. Otrar (modern Farab) and Taraz are the best known ones. The aboriginal and the nomadic tribes, which had crossed the Altai, started to form the future Kazakh nationality. The second half of the 15th century saw the emergence of the first Kazakh khanates, and the formation of the Kazakh nation, created by the intermingling of Mongol and Turkic peoples, had been completed by the first half of the 16th century. The word "Kazakh" means a free and independent nomad in the ancient Turkic language.

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    19. Cannabis And Ancient History
    Cannabis and ancient history. The ancient Chinese learned to use virtually everypart of the trade and from wandering tribes of Aryans, mongols, and Scythians
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    The ancestors of Cannabis originated in Asia, possibly on the more gentle slopes of the Himalayas or the Altai Mountains to the north. The exact origin, obscured by Stone Age trails that cross the continent is not known. We don't know when Cannabis and humanity first met. Given the growth habit of the plant and the curiosity of humanity, such a meeting was inevitable. In the plant world, Cannabis is a colonizer. It establishes new territory when running water or seed-eating animals carry seed to cleared and fertile soil open to the sun. Fertile soil, clear of competing plants, is rare and short-lived in nature, and is commonly caused by catastrophe such as flood or earthslide. Natural dissemination is slow and the plants tend to grow in thick stands by dropping seed about the spread of their branches. In 1926 Russian botanist summarized the observations of his comrade, Sinkaia, on the domestication of hemp by peasants of the Altai Mountains: "1. wild hemp; 2. spreading of hemp from wild centres of distribution into populated areas (formation of weedy hemp); 3. utilization of weedy hemp by the population; 4. cultivation of hemp." [24] The plants which people learn to use help define aspects of their way of life, including perceptions of the world, health,, and the directions of their technologies and economies flow. The plants you are about to grow are descended from on of the ancient plants that made the transition to civilization possible.

    20. Artzia: Mongols
    The mongols refer to the ancient people of Mongolia, a land people at height of theirempire), the mongols played an important part in early world history.
    Arts About Literature Music ... Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire (Discoveries) Jean-Paul Roux A History of Russia, Central Asia and Mongolia: Inner Eurasia from Prehistory to the Mongol Empire (History of the World , Vol 1) David Christian The Mongol Empire and Its Legacy Reuven Amitai-Preiss, David O. Morgan, C. Wilfred Griggs Commodity and Exchange in the Mongol Empire : A Cultural History of Islamic Textiles Thomas T. Allsen The Mongol Empire (World History) Mary Hull Mongols and Mamluks : The Mamluk-Ilkhanid War, 1260-1281 Reuven Amitai-Preiss Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire (Rulers and Their Times) Miriam Greenblatt Historical Dictionary of the Mongol World Empire (Historical Dictionaries of Ancient Civilizations and Historical Eras, No. 8) Paul D. Buell The Mongol Period: History of the Muslim World Bertold Spuler Origins of intelligence services: the ancient Near East, Persia, Greece, Rome, Byzantium, the Arab Muslim Empires, the Mongol Empire, China, Muscovy Francis Dvornik The Mongols refer to the ancient people of Mongolia, a land north of China on the high steppe. Despite their small size (approximately 200,000 people at height of their empire), the Mongols played an important part in early world history. Rising initially under the leadership of Genghis Khan, the Mongols created the largest land empire in world history, encompassing 13.8 million square miles and more than 100 million people under their rule. At their height, they controlled most of China, Korea, Afghanistan, Georgia, Armenia, Russia, and Hungary, and all lands in between.

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