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10. The Mongol Empire emerged in part because ofa. Chinggis Khan's need after 1206 to keep the now unified Great Mongol Nation together.b. the clear blueprint that Chinggis Khan possessed from early in his life to recreate the great Xiongnu Empire.c. the large superiority in numbers enjoyed by the pastoral nomads led by Chinggis Khan when compared to the settled societies that they invaded.d. the technological superiority in metalworking that the Mongols enjoyed over settled societies.Incorrect. The correct answer is a. The logic behind the creation of the empire is in part explained by Chinggis Khan's use of war to create a common task that would strengthen the new and fragile unity of the Mongols under his rule. (See page 344 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History; see page 532 if you are usingWays of the World: A Brief Global History with Sources.)11 of 20
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11. Chinggis Khan strengthened his army
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12. The Mongol conquests in China
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