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    Yuan Dynasty Wood Block Printing Yuan Dynasty (Mongol Dynasty) China was a period of extraordinary history, including of course Mongol rule over the entire present-day China, intellectualism and scholarship, science and technology innovation, and then the written/print culture. The intention of this paper is to prove the importance of the invention of wood block printing in the Yuan Dynasty in relation to the spread of knowledge, specifically religious texts, poetry and literature, and in political

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    Prejudice in the Aryan and Yuan Dynasties

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    history is prejudice. Being prejudiced would be harboring unreasonable opinions, usually hostile, regarding a any racial, religious, gender group. The influence of prejudice could be found during the Yuan dynasty of China in 1500 BCE to 900 BCE and the Aryan Empire which ruled from 1271 to 1368. The Yuan Dynasty was ruled by the Mongol Empire and the areas of India were ruled by the Aryan empire.. Neither existed at the same time but allowed prejudice to manifest in their history affecting every aspect

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    The Mongolian Empire

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    as silk, were traded from China to other parts of Eurasia, and some goods were brought back to China to be traded there. Mongol’s Relationship with China before Genghis Khan The Mongols had a tense relationship with China during the Tang and Song dynasties. Before their conquering of the land they extorted goods from China, giving little in return. They did trade some horses for goods like grain, metal, cloth, and tea, however, what they gave paled in comparison to what they received. While most countries/groups

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    The Rise And Success Of Kublai Khan

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    famous Genghis Khan who was the founder and “Great Khan,” or emperor, of the Mongol Empire, an empire that became the largest contiguous empire throughout all of history. Kublai Khan was the fifth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, and he founded the Yuan Dynasty in China. His reign expanded from 1260 until his death in 1294. Throughout his reign, Kublai Khan gained notoriety by his remarkable leadership skills; he was a wise ruler, and his vast empire filled with nations of different heritage was able

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    History is a study of the past. Either good or bad that happened in the past is history. People think that they should learn their history. And there are so many books and movies about history to let us know. Also history is one of the basic curricula in high school. But not all of us can answer precisely why do we need to learn history? And how does it affect us? It is a question that cannot be answered by one single answer. This can be answered those who know about history. My father knows lot

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    The Legacy of the Mongol Empire.

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    The Mongol empire was an empire that at its height touched the destiny of almost all Eurasia. The Mongol empire consisted of a group of extraordinary Asian nomads, ruled by Genghis khan (Chinggis Khan), born Temujin, son of Yisugei. This group of nomads along with their aspiring leader, flourished against their odds between the years and 1368. This empire, dominated the surrounding populations, by taking over approximately 24,000,000 square kilometres of Eurasia, an area extending from Korea to the

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    Rossabi's Khan Review

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    primitive nomadic tribes, becoming literate just a few years before the early 1200s. Kublai Khan was not only the grandson of Genghis Khan, founder of the Mongol Empire, he was also the fifth Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, and the founder of the Yuan Dynasty in China. The thesis of “Khubilai Khan His Life and Times” written by Morris Rossabi, is a biography that showed the significance of Khan’s life drawn on sources from a variety of countries, it goes into a detailed collection of his conquests and

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    only certain people but, eventually, it became ruled by dynasties. These dynasties went on to rule much of the Middle East. A very similar thing happened under Genghis Khan and the Mongols. Genghis Khan united the tribes of Mongolia and began military invasions all around Mongolia. Another similarity of these empires was the divisions in them. The Caliphates had the Rashidun, Umayyad, Abbasid, and the Fatimid Caliphates. The Mongols had the Yuan Empire in China, the Jagadai in Central Asia, the Golden

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    “Classic of poetry”, it marked the starting point of the history of chinese poetry. In the following paragraphs, few of the ages in which the most significant influences of poetry happened will be shown, namly the pre-Qin times, the six dynasties and the Tang dynasty ; and the development of poetry in chinese literature will be clearly shown. “Classic of poetry”(詩經) was formed during the time from 770BC to 170BC and there are around 300 peices of poems inside.”the pervasive influence fo SHijing(book

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    Journeying the world in the fifteenth and early sixteenth centuries, I, Liliana Aline Palmeiro, was sent out on a mission by King Kramer of Portugal as a Portuguese trade official to go to the Ottoman Empire, India, China, and Japan to investigate on their government systems, culture, and religions to determine if one of them are a good place to conquer or create a trade alliance with. While on the missions, I could not reveal my identity that I am a Portuguese trade official and thus, pretended

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