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    Great, Cleopatra and even Caesar met with struggle on their rise to the top. Genghis Khan could possibly have been the most interesting and prominent of all. To prove that Khan was the best ruler, we must go back to the start of his life. We must view such problems as; his struggle for power and how his childhood would affect his ruling later on, his military and personal achievements and lastly, his final conquests. Genghis was initially born as Temujin in the late 1600’s. He learned early from his

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    Genghis Khan, born Temujin in 1162 AD was known as the Great Unifier for the Mongols. The Mongols were nomadic people that originated from what is today known as Mongolia. Khan, whose name means ‘Universal Leader’ is known as the founder of the Mongol’s empire before his death in 1227 AD. He started by conquering most of Asia such and pretty much all of China. During this expansion, while the Mongols conquered these places, they did not yet occupy any of them. It was more like unifying the world

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    Advantages Of The Mongols

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    From the beginnings of the Mongol Empire, the Mongol Khans fostered trade and sponsored numerous caravans. The very size of the Mongol Empire encouraged the wider dissemination of goods and ideas throughout Eurasia, as merchants and others could now travel from one end of the empire to another with greater

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    for keeping their power The Mongol Empire was one of the most powerful and largest empire the world would see. Genghis Khan, the creator of the Mongol Empire had a clear view of how he wanted his empire to be. In history we can see that the creator of a new empire focus in establishing laws and a government that will protect its people as well as those who they conquered. Genghis Khan like many other ruler wanted a society in which the new generations would not suffer from the cruel traditions of

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    The Legacy of Genghis Khan Genghis Khan was born sometime in 1162 in Mongolia; his father named him Temujin after his admired enemy, Khan was born with a clot of blood in his hand which was translated as a premonition for a leader. His father was poisoned and eventually died before he even showed Khan the ropes cause then he was only nine. Death of his father forisfamiliated him because his kinsmen abandoned them to run away from responsibility so he became the family’s bread winner, his mother

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    Genghis Khan: A Warlord Among Men “I Am the flail of God. If you had not committed great sins, God would have not sent a punishment like me upon you.”-Genghis Khan. His early life leading to the war was very unusual. The strategies used in the war and his empire were not to be tampered with. Eventually following his accomplishments was Genghis death and how the Mongol army succeeded. Genghis Khan, a cruel, but very strategic man was able to lead the Mongol army to success. Genghis Kahn was born

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    The Mongol Empire

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    their home clan, leaving him to provide for himself (Genghis). As Temujin grew, he vowed to avenge his father’s death, and consequently learned to become a fearless and ruthless Mongol leader. He declared himself “ruler of all those who live in felt tents” and was given the title “Genghis Khan” or “king of everything the ocean encloses” (Fernandez-Armesto, 2011, p. 339). It was with the assistance of his clan and his father’s allies that Genghis was able to begin the organization and unification

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    When you talk trade, and the foundations of powerful dynasties, you think China. When Marco Polo finally arrived in China in 1275, he described the ruler, Kublai Khan as the mightiest man. China was so advanced with riches, elements, and respect from underlings, that any of these could describe the comments Marco Polo had for Kublai Khan. Still, silk, porcelain, and tea, Chinas greatest products, attracted merchants from all around the world looking to trade.

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    share a similarity in the the influence and power that they had over surrounding nations. The belief systems of the Mongol and Persian Empire differed because of the main practices in each Empire. In the Mongol empire- during the reign of Ghenghis Khan- the dominant religions were Christianity, Buddhism, and Islam. In the Early Persian Empire, the most practiced religion was Zoroastrianism- which was the first monotheistic religion. The Mongols practiced the religion of Christianity which originated

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    Genghis Khan Power was the main thing everyone wanted to have. Obtaining it was another problem. For example, leaders gained power through those who followed them and if no one did, they could not be a leader. They had to be able to succeed in hardships and be able to go through difficulty in order to gain likeness and power. Leaders such as Alexander the Great had to earn his power by showing his ability of making battle strategies that encouraged people to come and join him on his expeditions

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