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Who were the Mongols?
The Mongols were unskilled, religiously shamanistic and maybe close to 700,000 in number. They were herders on the green fields north of the Gobi Desert, south of Siberia’s timberlands. Before the year 1200 AD, the Mongols were divided, moving about in little groups headed by a boss, or khan, and living in compact felt abodes. The Mongols persevered through incessant hardships and inadequate regions for brushing their creatures. They as often as possible battled about turf, and amid difficult occasions they sometimes struck, intrigued by merchandise instead of gore. They didn’t gather heads or scalps as trophies.Continue reading “Genghis Khan”