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By Philipp Beni
Maps of theMongol Empire
 The Mongols started in Mongolia
 Genghis Khan ( 1206-1227) Ögedei Khan ( 1229- 1241) Güyük Khan ( 1246-1248) Mönke Khan (1251-1259) Kublai Khan (1260...
 Genghis Khan started in Monglia. Turkish and Mongol triebs unified underv hisleadership. Genghis Khan had forbiden lot...
 Successor of Genghis Khan in 1229. Expanded it from Bugalgria to Korea. Died in 1241. All princes in Genghis Khans li...
 Son and successor of Möngke Khan. Longest ruler in the empire. Fought a successoin war until 1264 with brother. 1271 ...
 Started in Mongolia. Only to China in Genghis Khans time. Came further to the west.
 Way to the west. Way to Europe and Africa Peak in Kublai Khans time. Got all of China. In 1211 Mongols
 Wanted to go to Europe but leader died. Ruled 28 countries. Last ruler Toghan Temür Khan.
 Mongols religion: Buddhism, Christian, Muslims andNestonians. Ghengis Khan idolised sharmans and holy spirits. The sha...
Built Temples and churches and monastries next to eachother.Khans never fought vs other religions.
Celebrated festivals together although other religions.Buddhism in middle Christian in west and Islam in thesouth.
 Main person of the Buddhism is Siddhartha.
 The modern mongols remerber them with pride. Built sidewalks. Improvements in medicine. Created calenders. Supported...
 Works Cited "The Mongol Empire." The Mongol Empire. N.p., n.d.Web. 05 Feb. 2013. "The Mongols." The Mongols. N.p., n.d...
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  1. 1. By Philipp Beni
  2. 2. Maps of theMongol Empire
  3. 3.  The Mongols started in Mongolia
  4. 4.  Genghis Khan ( 1206-1227) Ögedei Khan ( 1229- 1241) Güyük Khan ( 1246-1248) Mönke Khan (1251-1259) Kublai Khan (1260-1294) Toghan Temür Khan (1333-1370)
  5. 5.  Genghis Khan started in Monglia. Turkish and Mongol triebs unified underv hisleadership. Genghis Khan had forbiden lots of stuff. Introduced the sharing of spools with worrios andfamilies. These reasons got the title Khan. Felt on China, parts of Persia ans parts of Russia. Before he died shared the emperor to sons and familie. Died in 1227.
  6. 6.  Successor of Genghis Khan in 1229. Expanded it from Bugalgria to Korea. Died in 1241. All princes in Genghis Khans line had to choose asuccessor. Many wars were going on in his time.
  7. 7.  Son and successor of Möngke Khan. Longest ruler in the empire. Fought a successoin war until 1264 with brother. 1271 established Yuan Dinasty. Ruled Mogolia, China and Korea. Died in 1294.
  8. 8.  Started in Mongolia. Only to China in Genghis Khans time. Came further to the west.
  9. 9.  Way to the west. Way to Europe and Africa Peak in Kublai Khans time. Got all of China. In 1211 Mongols
  10. 10.  Wanted to go to Europe but leader died. Ruled 28 countries. Last ruler Toghan Temür Khan.
  11. 11.  Mongols religion: Buddhism, Christian, Muslims andNestonians. Ghengis Khan idolised sharmans and holy spirits. The sharmans worshipped the Enternal Blue Sky.
  12. 12. Built Temples and churches and monastries next to eachother.Khans never fought vs other religions.
  13. 13. Celebrated festivals together although other religions.Buddhism in middle Christian in west and Islam in thesouth.
  14. 14.  Main person of the Buddhism is Siddhartha.
  15. 15.  The modern mongols remerber them with pride. Built sidewalks. Improvements in medicine. Created calenders. Supported in liture.
  16. 16.  Works Cited "The Mongol Empire." The Mongol Empire. N.p., n.d.Web. 05 Feb. 2013. "The Mongols." The Mongols. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb.2013. "The Mongols." The Mongols. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb.2013. N.p., n.d. Web. "Religions in Mongol Empire." Religions in MongolEmpire. N.p., n.d. Web. 05 Feb. 2013
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