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Effects of Mongol Rule on China

Fatima Khan, Albert Park, Keerthi Thallapureddy
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Keerthi

on 2 June 2016

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Mongol Rule on China
Bibliography:
Effect One:
Khans, also referred to as "Great Leaders", ruled the state after conquest, causing shift in the central power of government
Effect Two:
Capital was moved to Beijing
-caused Beijing to be the center of politics and commerce in China
Effect Three:
Mongols facilitated trade thus connecting the east and west side, while also promoting religion and international trade
Effect Four:
China for Chinese
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Pax Mongolica
China trade interrelatedness
China's geographical expansion
Mongol Khanates
Mongol Invasions on China spanned the six decades of the 13th century

1206- The first of the conquests of Genghis Khan in the Western Xia Dynasty
1266- capital was moved to Daidu (present day Beijing)
1271- The Mongol leader, Kublai Khan established the Yuan Dynasty in China
1368- The fall of the Yuan Dynasty
History
Albert P, Keerthi T, Fatima K
Kublai Khan
When the Mongols established the Yuan Dynasty saw advancements in the arts as well as an influx of cartography, foods, and knowledge from the Muslim world.
The Mongols even unified the Mongol way of writing with the Chinese way of writing.
Kublai Khan slowly adopted Chinese political structures and political theories.
Forbidden City contained elements of Arabic, Mongolian, western Asian, and Chinese architectural styles

This aloofness from the Chinese exemplified by the Forbidden City was carried over into almost every other aspect of Mongolian rule. Although they adopted some aspects of Chinese culture, the Mongols pretty much refused to learn the Chinese language
During the T'ang dynasty, the Emperor had slowly become an absolute ruler; Kublai Khan finished that process and made the Emperorship absolutely autocratic.Kublai Khan established his capital at Beijing and built a magnificent palace complex for himself, the Forbidden City.
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