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Ancient China: The Mongolian Empire: The Yuan Dynasty, 1279-1368 __ You will find information on the Yuan Dynasty and the Mongol invasion of China. - From -

Ancient Scripts: Mongolian __ "The Mongolians adopted the Uighur script around the 12th century CE, but initially it didn't fit the Mongolian language well." Learn how the ancient script was finally changed. - illustrated - From -

CA 54: The Mongols: THE LEGACY __ "The Mongol Empire was the largest continental empire of medieval and modern times. Their conquests have to be most singular in the history of conquests, not just from a military aspect, which was formidable indeed, but from an administrative viewpoint. To build an empire this size was one thing, but to govern it was quite another." Read about the legacy of this empire and find out what the Kuriltai was. - From Catriona Macpherson -


Chinese history: Yuan Dynasty __ This is the Mongol era of ancient Chinese history. "During the 13th Century a great leader, Temujin, was to emerge from among the nomadic tribes of the Mongolian steppes. These tribesmen occupied the area between the northern Daxing'an Mountains and the eastern bank of the Argun River." Learn about China and the Mongol Empire. - From -
Heroines: Mongolian Women (Women in World History Curriculum) __ "That women should command such authority in Mongolia is not surprising. Mongolians were nomads, and, moving from pasture to pasture, women's labor was crucial." This brief page holds a lot of information. - illustrated - From Women in World History Curriculum -



mong_hist_facts.htm __ Detailed articles about a few aspects of Mongolian history. Read a detailed account of the life of Ghengis Khan and more. - From Footprints Tours New Zealand -

Mongol history and chronology from ancient times __ The history of the Mongols and the Mongolian empire. - From - 


Mongolia: The Legancy of Chinggis Khan on __ A great gallery of Mongolian art. "The Legacy of Chinggis Khan" was the largest Mongolian art presentation ever in the US at the time. - illustrated - From -

Mongolia's Naadam used to define civilization: archery, wrestling ... __ Learn about Naadam, Mongolia's ancient Olympics of archery, wrestling and horse riding. - From Ron Gluckman -


The Mongols: Cover Page __ These pages cover a wide variety of information about the Mongols. - illustrated - By Catriona Macpherson -



P.M.A.: Virtual Exhibits - Genghis Khan __ "In 1206, a man known as Temujen was crowned Genghis Khan - "emperor of all emperors". His mounted Mongol army swept out of the steppes of Asia in an apocalyptic wave to conquer two thirds of the known world. Recent finds in the arid lands of Inner Mongolia are casting a new light on Genghis Khan. Although he was a conquering emperor, Genghis Khan was also a supreme military strategist and clever politician. He was the product of a rich cultural and artistic heritage dating back 6000 years." This online exhibit is based on the show "Genghis Khan: Treasures of Inner Mongolia" at the Provincial Museum of Alberta - illustrated - From The Provincial Museum of Alberta -

"True Tomb" of Ancient Mongolia Founder Discovered __ There is still some speculation, but: "Chinese archeologists in northwest China's Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region recently discovered what they believe is the tomb of Genghis Khan, who founded ancient Mongolia and whose grandson Kublai Khan established the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368)." what do you think? - From - 


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