Question - What did the Mongols contribute to the world?

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The other views of Mongols: Genghis Khan brought the writing system to Mongolia that is still used by many Mongolians. The Mongol empire spared teachers of taxation and led to the great spread of printing all over East Asia. They also helped the rise of an educated class in Korea. The Mongols also acquired new technical knowledge, such as Chinese engineers, and taxes as they expanded their empire. This enabled them to create a more stable empire that then began to govern and see the benefit of developing cities for the benefit of the Mongol rulers through increased revenue. The Mongols always favored trade. Their nomadic way of life caused them to recognize the importance of trade from the very earliest times and, unlike the Chinese, they had a positive attitude toward merchants and commerce. The Mongols were a nomadic people from the steppes of Central Asia. Known as fierce horsemen and warriors, the Mongol clans were united in 1206 by the powerful chief Temujin, later known as Genghis Khan. However, Genghis Khan was not only a skilled conqueror, but also a great ruler. The Mongol invasion had the most significant impact. According to the study's accounting, re-growth of forests during the Mongol invasion absorbed 700 million tons of carbon from the atmosphere, equaling the amount of carbon global society now produces annually from gasoline.

Both Mongol horses and people were tough, agile and sturdy with great endurance. The Mongol army continually trained the troops in rotations, formations and diversionary tactics. They trained for as many circumstances as they could think of so they could react fast and sure to any tactic of the enemy.

The first and most notable post-Genghis Khan defeat of the Mongols was by the Mamlukes of Egypt at the Battle of Ain Jalut in 1260. This defeat effectively halted the western advance of the Mongols. The Mamlukes were led by Sultan Qutuz who had defeated numerous Crusades and one of his commanders was Baybars.

Mongol leader Genghis Khan (1162-1227) rose from humble beginnings to establish the largest land empire in history. After uniting the nomadic tribes of the Mongolian plateau, he conquered huge chunks of central Asia and China.

The blast furnace improved European metal production, the triangular plow revolutionized agriculture, and gunpowder was responsible for the development of modern warfare. The Mongols used gunpowder to develop hand grenades and were the first nation in history to use them.

The empire unified the nomadic Mongol and Turkic tribes of historical Mongolia under the leadership of Genghis Khan, who was proclaimed ruler of all Mongols in 1206. The empire grew rapidly under his rule and then under his descendants, who sent invasions in every direction.

The diet of the Mongols was greatly influenced by their nomadic way of life with dairy products and meat from their herds of sheep, goats, oxen, camels, and yaks dominating. Fruit, vegetables, herbs, and wild game were added thanks to foraging and hunting.

The Mongols needed trade as never before. To facilitate trade, Genghis offered protection for merchants who began to come from east and west. Genghis offered a form of passport to merchants that gave allowed them to safely travel along the Silk Road. The Mongols even loaned money at low interest to merchants.

The Mongols one of many nomadic people who lived on the East Asian steppe. Genghis Khan was born into this nomadic lifestyle in 1162CE and had a very difficult upbringing: many of his family and friends were either killed or kidnapped while he was still young.

they were the only empire to encourage trade. the Mongols invented gunpowder, artillery, silk shirts, chemical and biological weapons and Mongolian Barbeque. according to some historians the Mongol Empire was the template for the invention of the modern world.

Requires constant physical movements, and strong body to tame bigger animals like horse and camel. Mongolian main sports are wrestling, horse riding, archery. They require strong body. So this kind of lifestyle made Mongolians bigger than the other Asians.

What two skills were the Mongols known for? Their ability to ride horses well and their ability to wage war.

Mongol empire. Mongol empire, empire founded by Genghis Khan in 1206. Originating from the Mongol heartland in the Steppe of central Asia, by the late 13th century it spanned from the Pacific Ocean in the east to the Danube River and the shores of the Persian Gulf in the west.

Led by Genghis Khan and his sons and grandsons, the Mongols briefly ruled most of modern-day Russia, China, Korea, southeast Asia, Persia, India, the Middle East and eastern Europe. They reshaped world geography, culture and history in ways that still resound today.