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Giattino - U2 S3

The Mongols

Nomads people who wander from place to place in search of a way to take care of their economics (food, water, shelter)
Genghis Khan Was responsible for bringing together all Mongol tribes into a single confederation
Pax Mongolia unprecedented long-distance trade
Marco Polo an Italian merchant traveled to the court of Kublai Khan in the late 1200’s. His writings introduced Europeans to the beauty and riches of China
Ibn Battuta a scholar from Morocco. traveled first to Mecca and then through Asia Minor, Persia, India, Indonesia, China, and Spain.
Russia in Bondage The Mongols influenced Russian military and political organization, but most significantly isolated them from developments in Western Europe  did not experience the Renaissance or Reformation
Effects of Mongols in Russia Good: Centralization politically Protected Russia from attacks Bad: Russia cut off from political, economic, and intellectual development
Created by: JImmyjet81