KhubilaiKhan&Yuan (12.2) F'09

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Khubilai Khan and Mongol Rule in China Yuan Dynasty (1276-1368)
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Khubilai Khan r. 1260-1294 Son of Tolui (4th son of Chinggis) Mother, Töregene, manipulates khuriltai, gets sons elected (She’s Christian)
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Civil War Fights brother Arigh Böke Steppe vs. Sedentary orientation Why aspects of Mongol rulership lead to internecine war?
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Conquest of China 1234 Ogödei takes Kaifeng from Jurchens (loots, pillages) 1268-1273 Battle of Xiangyang Marco Polo describes [but he could not have been there] Help of foreigners 1271 Yuan dynasty title (from I-ching ) 1276 Song defeated Naval power, seige warfare (adapt)
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Mongol rule in China 1. Inner Asians, Persians, Foreigners help Christians (Nestorians), Muslims Chinese bureaucrats, advisors 4 classes: Mongols, Inner Asians, North Chinese, Southern Chinese Ethnic differentiation: laws, government
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Mongol rule in China 2.
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