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NOMADS Movement Animals Open, free SETTLED Sedentary Agriculture Confined, “slavery”
Nomadic Pastoralism Movement Land Animals Tribe
MONGOLS:OTHERS: 1 mil. China, M.E., Russia Millions
Training Weapons Short bow 350 yds. Europe: 250 yds.
Basic unit Tumens: 10k Subunits Commanders: control
100% cavalry Combat: heavy Archers: light Horses Best bred, trained 60-100 miles/day
Scout parties Messenger corps Days on horse Logistics unit
Psychological Terror Demoralizing Discipline, strategy
Mobility Cavalry Few provisions
Strategy, diplomacy United Million people Army 10%
Grandson Chinggis Khan China
Travel, comm. Conquered people = new talent Specialists Marco Polo
Chinese, inferior Taxes Religious toleration Wealth
Technology Hygiene Daily baths Chinese culture Little change
Largest Land Empire in Human History. Genghis Khan united the nomadic tribes into a unified force Located in the Russian Steppes.
AP World History Chapter 14
The Mongols AP World History. The Mongols Came from Mongolia/Central Asia Were pastoral nomads Lived in yurts Divided into clans/tribes Expert fighters.
The Mongols AP World History.
AP World History Notes Chapter 14. Relied on raising livestock instead of growing food Used every part of the animal: milk, blood, wool, hides,
The World the Mongols Made
Nomadic Challenges CHAPTER 14. Years ’s.
Mongol Conquests and Empire 1200s s Mongol Conquests and Empire 1200s s.
Chapter 14 key terms and questions DG & TH. Mamluks: slave dynasty of Egypt Golden Horde: a group of Mongol armies names after the golden tent of the.
Read pages Answer questions 1-4 on page 301. Due Monday.
Mongol Eurasia & Its Aftermath Nomadism in Central Asia Resources –Scarce water = Pressure for tribes to move out to find new sources Complex.
Do Now (new sheet of paper!): Cultural Diffusion [paragraph] Cultural diffusion is the spreading of culture to new people and places. Describe at least.
The Mongol Conquests The Mongols, a nomadic people from the steppe, conquer settled societies across much of Asia.
Daily Lesson and Discussion Notes: 4-3
Mongol Eurasia & Its Aftermath
The Mongol Empire.
The Mongol Expansion. Chapter 15.3 The Mongols in China (pages ) Chapter 15.3 The Mongols in China (pages ) Recreate this Chart in your.
The Mongolian Empire "The Bridge between Eastern and Western Cultures"
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