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Chapter 18 notes - Chapter 18 Nomadic Empires &...

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Chapter 18 1206-1405 CE Largest Empire in World History Pax Mongolica Central Asia Arid climate Nomads Herded grazing animals Followed migratory cycles Yurts – tent houses Nomadic Life Temporary settlements Self-sufficient Trade Nomadic Society Nobles Commoners Nomadic Religion Shamans Nomadic Military Organization Vast confederations subject to khan Khans ruled indirectly Disciplined cavalry Turkish Empire Saljuq Turks served in Abbasid armies By mid-11 th century CE – Saljuqs overshadowed Abbasid caliphs Saljuq Turks and Byzantium Migration into Anatolia Displacement of Byzantine authorities 1453 CE – fall of Constantinople to Ottoman Turks Ghanznavid Turks Mahmud of Ghanzi Sultanate of Delhi Mongol Empire
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