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SIS 200 States and Capitalism: The Origins of the Modern Global System Fall 2007 Anand Yang
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Lecture II: Mongol Empire
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Beginnings and Development Relationship between Nomadic and Sedentary Societies in Eurasia Climate Changes Role of founder, Chinggis (or Genghis) Khan (d. 1227) Chinggis Khan
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Military Tactics Military superiority because of bow and cavalry tactics
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Genealogy and Chronology of an Empire Conquests of Chinggis Khan; Subsequent achievements under his sons and grandsons: 1241 Poland & Hungary; Middle East beginning 1230; Baghdad 1258; all of China by 1279 Division of empire into four appanages (ulus ) after death of CK 1. Youngest, Tolui, as per steppe tradition, given hearthlands, original core territories in NE Mongolia. Later inherited by Hulegu, who founded il- khanate in Iran-Iraq 2. Batu—lands on western frontier, Volga lands 1. Ogedei, third son, elected qaghan in 1229, traditional steppe imperial center in Mongolia, including Karakorum), the
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This note was uploaded on 06/05/2008 for the course SIS 200 taught by Professor Anandyang during the Fall '08 term at University of Washington.

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