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History April 13 - Foundation of the Hanseatic League 1241:...

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History April 13, 2010 Setbacks of the Fourteenth Century Expansion of the Mongols 1206-1346 Black Death 1346-1470 Babylonian Captivity and Papal Schism Hundred Years War 1337-1453 MONGOL EXPANSION Launched 1206 Temujin Genghiz Khan 1206-1227 Greatest expansion under Khan Ogedei 1229-1294 Decline under Kublai Khan 1260-1294 Marco Polo 1271-1295 Collapse 1335-1346 Hundred Years War Succession dispute over the French crown Phillip Count of Valois and Edward III of England
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Unformatted text preview: Foundation of the Hanseatic League 1241: Ogedai (1242) 1256 Conquest Bagdad Kublai Khan 1260-1294 1241: trading guilds of Lubeck and Hamburg form commericial alliance beginning of Hanseatic League 1260: Cologne joins 1261: Constantinople taken by Michael Palaeologus 1259-1282 Sultan of Egypt takes Latin Kingdoms End of western control of eastern trade from the Levant Mongol overland trade to Black Sea and Russian Rivers...
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This note was uploaded on 01/27/2011 for the course HIST 103 taught by Professor Reagan during the Spring '10 term at George Mason.

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