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Vanessa Ortiz24-10-16 P6During 1200 CE to 1300 CE, the Mongol Empire was successful in emphasizing change throughout Afro-Eurasian societies by addressing issues involving economic and social interactions. As the Mongol Empire expanded, it's leader, theKhan, was capable of spreading knowledge of better technologies while also making trade routes a safer place. They were extremely nimble in adopting the use of paper money as a more sophisticated way of trade as well. However, under the leadership of Batu, the Mongols had a very raucous period in the early thirteenth century as they pillaged and led many battles where they viciously attacked their enemies. The Mongols managed to achieve a widespread influence of their empire to other societies by advancing awareness of new technologies to increase trade, using a uniform currency andimposing a shadow of power on its neighboring companions.As the Mongol empire grew in power, as did its ability in promoting newly discovered sciences to its people. For example, before being under the rule of the grand Khan, the natives of Unguen were "unacquainted with... manufacturing sugar of a fine