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Copy of Mongols in Eurasia
Transcript of Copy of Mongols in Eurasia
Background to the SILK ROAD & The MONGOLS
THE SILK ROAD:
1. Connected Asia to Europe
2. Spread IDEAS and Technology
3. Required POLITICAL STABILITY along its route to safely transport goods across MANY POLITICAL BORDERS
The Rise of the Mongols
Mongolian Areas of Accomplishment
1. Securing China's Borders --> --> The Yuan Dynasty
2. The Golden Horde
3. Economic Stability & Growth
- Development of new lands
- Fixed Taxation
- Rise of the Merchant Class
- Public works
4. Conquest and Stability in Eurasia
Significance of the Mongols & their Influences
1. Cultural connections WITHIN China
2. New Chinese capital city
3. Acceptance of outside influences
4. Technology and Ideas spread along the SILK ROAD
5. China becomes a world and naval power!
6. ****Early NATIONALISM in various regions!
THINKING MAP: Brace Map for Mongol Accomplishments
USING YOUR MONGOL READING INFORMATION
1. Left = general category, like POLITICAL CONQUEST
2. Mid = major parts of that area of inquiry
3. Right = specific details or explanations of each major part
1. Nomadic herdsmen from the north Asia steppe
2. Helped create the MOST STABLE phase of the Silk Road
3. Practiced early RELIGIOUS TOLLERANCE
THE MONGOLIAN STEPPE
"Who's Mulan?" you ask??
DEVELOPMENTS OF THE MONGOL EMPIRE BY LEADER:
- GENGHIS KHAN
- OGEDEI KHAN
- KUBLAI KHAN
CONQUEST OF EUROPEAN AND ASIAN PEOPLES
- Steppe peoples