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Mongol Empire
Andrew Maryanski
Genghis Khan
• Ruthless warrior
• Powerful leader
• Ruled from 1206-1227
Genghis’ Life
• His tough life made him into a warrior
• His Mother was kidnapped
• Changed his name to Genghis Khan inste...
Jin dynasty
• Genghis took over north china around 1210
• Pushed farther down into western Asia
• Also raided most of east...
End of Genghis’ Empire
• Genghis died in 1227
• Split the land for his 3 sons
• Empire crumbled under the sons
After Genghis’ death
• The sons invaded Poland and Hungary
• Plundered and destroyed Polish cities
• Fought against the Te...
Mongke Khan
• Took over China once again
• Took very long
• Died during the conquering in 1259
Battle of Ain Jalut
• Battle at the southeastern sea of Galilee
• Mongols vs. Muslims
• They won the battle but weren’t ab...
Kublai Khan
• Grandson of Genghis Khan
• Tried to move the capital of Mongolia into
Chinese territory
• Conquered and dest...
Ariqboke Khan
• Brother of Kublia
• Tried to steal his power
• Wasn’t loyal to the Family
Civil War
• Fought between Kublai and Ariqboke
• Kublai's army easily defeated Ariqboke’s
• Ariqboke’s army rallied to tak...
Campaigns under Kublai
• He wanted conquer all of China
• He conquered China and was the first non
Chinese to rule China
•...
Marco Polo
• European explorer
• Traveled to Mongolia to observe Asia
• Was called a man of lies after explaining all
that...
Polo’s gatherings
• He came back to Europe with many goods
• He came back with things never seen
• He brought back the mag...
Polo
• He died in 1323
• He was severely ill
• He was asked if there was more that he had
seen in Asia and he said he didn...
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  1. 1. Mongol Empire Andrew Maryanski
  2. 2. Genghis Khan • Ruthless warrior • Powerful leader • Ruled from 1206-1227
  3. 3. Genghis’ Life • His tough life made him into a warrior • His Mother was kidnapped • Changed his name to Genghis Khan instead of the traditional tribe name
  4. 4. Jin dynasty • Genghis took over north china around 1210 • Pushed farther down into western Asia • Also raided most of eastern Persia
  5. 5. End of Genghis’ Empire • Genghis died in 1227 • Split the land for his 3 sons • Empire crumbled under the sons
  6. 6. After Genghis’ death • The sons invaded Poland and Hungary • Plundered and destroyed Polish cities • Fought against the Templars in Hungary
  7. 7. Mongke Khan • Took over China once again • Took very long • Died during the conquering in 1259
  8. 8. Battle of Ain Jalut • Battle at the southeastern sea of Galilee • Mongols vs. Muslims • They won the battle but weren’t able to travel into Eygpt
  9. 9. Kublai Khan • Grandson of Genghis Khan • Tried to move the capital of Mongolia into Chinese territory • Conquered and destroyed cities
  10. 10. Ariqboke Khan • Brother of Kublia • Tried to steal his power • Wasn’t loyal to the Family
  11. 11. Civil War • Fought between Kublai and Ariqboke • Kublai's army easily defeated Ariqboke’s • Ariqboke’s army rallied to take back the capital in 1259
  12. 12. Campaigns under Kublai • He wanted conquer all of China • He conquered China and was the first non Chinese to rule China • Moved his empire to modern day Beijing
  13. 13. Marco Polo • European explorer • Traveled to Mongolia to observe Asia • Was called a man of lies after explaining all that he saw in Asia
  14. 14. Polo’s gatherings • He came back to Europe with many goods • He came back with things never seen • He brought back the magic black rock (coal)
  15. 15. Polo • He died in 1323 • He was severely ill • He was asked if there was more that he had seen in Asia and he said he didn’t even start saying how much there was
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