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Mongol Eurasia & Its Aftermath 1200-1500 Presented By: Janessa Davé Period Two *Quiz Questions in royal blue
Introduction To Chapter 12 Negative connotation Unintentional conquering The Khanates & Genghis Khan Areas the Mongols conquered After Mongols were defeated
Key Terms Genghis Khan: The title of Temujin when he ruled the Mongols. Genghis Khan was the leader of the Mongol Empire for most of its reign. Ogodei: the third son of Genghis Khan and second Great Khan of the Mongol empire by succession. Mongols: a people of this name is mentioned as early as the records of the Tang Empire, living as nomads in Norther Eurasia. After 1206, the est. an enormous empire under Genghis Khan, linking Western & Eastern Eurasia. Il-Khan: A secondary Khan based in Persia. The Il- Khans Khanate was found by Hulegu, a grandson of Genghis Khan; it controlled much of Iran.
The Rise of the Mongols 1200-1260 Revolved around Nomadism: a way of life, forced by a society of resources, in which groups of people continually migrate to find pasture and water. Lasted 60 years until the Mongols really “took off” Temujin's reign and its effects Death of Genghis Khan Temujin in 1227 Ogodei becomes Genghis Khan until 1241 1250 – Mamluks start intervening Il-Khans defeated in 1260 at Ain Jalut
Fill in the blanks: ________ is a way of life, forced by a society of resources, in which groups of people continually _______ to find pasture and water.
Great Khans & Rulers of the Mongols Five Great Khans Genghis Khan Temujin – united the Mongols and ruled between 1206-1227 Ogodei Khan Guyuk Khan Mongke Khan Khubilai Khan Eight Mongol rulers that founded regional khanates Above five + Batu, Jagadai, Hulegu