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Chapter 10 / Exercise 56
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03. Genghis Khan and his Mongolian warriors defeated several rivals for control of the Silk Road and northern China, including the Tangut and the _____. A. Temujin B. Weishaowang C. Southern Song D. Jurchen
04. True or False: Genghis Khan offered protection—rather than destruction—to cities that surrendered to him without a fight.
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05. Although typically remembered for the success on the battlefield, the Genghis Kahn’s Mongol state was responsible for several forward-thinking reforms, including:
GENGHIS KHAN and the GREAT MONGOL EMPIRE (2 of 4) 06. Temujin’s successor, _____, continued the process of expanding the Mongol Empire by completing the conquest of northern China and much of medieval Russia, and by defeating much larger European armies in Hungary and Poland.
GENGHIS KHAN and the GREAT MONGOL EMPIRE (3 of 4)

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