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Chapter 12 Lesson 3

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Chapter 12 Lesson 3
Who was Kublai Khan?
Who was Kublai Khan?
Kublai Khan was the grandson of Genghis Khan and came to power in 1260, assuming the title of "The Great Khan".
Who was Marco Polo?
Who was Marco Polo?
Marco Polo was a Venetian trader who traveled by caravan along the Silk Roads and served in Kublai Khan's court for 17 years.
When did the Mongols gain control of all of China?
When did the Mongols gain control of all of China?
The Mongols gained control of China in 1279.
When did Kublai Khan come to rule?
When did Kublai Khan come to rule?
Kublai Khan came to rule in 1260.
Where did Kublai Khan build his palaces?
Where did Kublai Khan build his palaces?
Kublai Khan built his palaces in Shangdu, which was located on the border between China and Mongolia, and another palace in Beijing.
Where did Kublai Khan move the capital of his empire?
Where did Kublai Khan move the capital of his empire?
Kublai Khan moved the capital of his empire from Mongolia to China which expressed that he wanted to make his mark as emperor of China.
How did the Mongol rulers treat their Chinese subjects?
How did the Mongol rulers treat their Chinese subjects?
The Mongol rulers had little in common with their Chinese subjects. The Mongols kept their separate identity and decided to live apart from the Chinese and obeyed different laws.
How did Kublai Khan expand foreign trade?
How did Kublai Khan expand foreign trade?
Kublai Khan expanded foreign trade by creating Mongol Peace which made it safe for trade across Central Asia. Also, he invited foreign merchants to trade with his people.
Why did the Mongols give high government posts to foreigners
Why did the Mongols give high government posts to foreigners
The Mongols gave high government posts to foreigners because they believed that foreigners were more trustworthy since they had no local loyalties.
Why were the Mongols unable to conquer Japan?
Why were the Mongols unable to conquer Japan?
The Mongols were unable to conquer Japan because faught them off and a typhoon swept over and flooded the Mongol ships.
Why isnthe Yuan Dynasty important to Chinese history?
Why is the Yuan Dynasty important to Chinese history?
The Yuan Dynasty is important to Chinese history because it was an area of peace and unity which led to expansion in trade.
What brought the fall of the Yuan Dynasty?
What brought the fall of the Yuan Dynasty?
When Kublai Khan died, the successors were not as wise as him which led to outbreaks and rebellions along with famine, flood, and disease and economic issues as well.
By Emma Garner
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