How did the mongol conquests promote trade and cultural exchanges?
i need an answer):............... they promoted trafe by their conquests...there territory captured led to a substantial amount of trade between mongols and other small city states as well
yes there were, essentially all mongol women had weapons training and accompanied their husbands in conquests of foreign lands. women were expected to defend the mongol supplies if they came under attack. women were trained in archery, swords, and hand combat. most famous mongol warrior woman was undefeated in hand combat by men seeking to marry her, and thus never married
Answer 1 As the Mongols settled in, they became Muslims themselves, so Islam was greatly expanded by the conquest. Answer 2 One of the main results of the Mongol Conquests was the defeat of the Abbassid Caliphate and the razing of Baghdad. The attacks of the Mongol Khan Hülegü against the Arabs are viewed by many Muslims to be one of the worst events in their entire history.
actually... The Mongol invasions of Japan were major military invasions and conquests undertaken by Kublai Khan to take the Japanese islands. Despite their ultimate failure, the invasion attempts are of great historical importance, setting a limit on Mongol expansion, and ranking as nation-defining events in Japanese history. Mongol army was born under the cold and dry weather, doing hunting and war on steppes. Mongol have to build boat and off-shore to make the stand of…
How did the mongol conquests contribute to the spread of culture and ideas throughout Asia and parts of Europe?
The mongols promoted cultrual exchange as they controlled one fifth of the known world at the height of their conquest. this allowed them to manage the major trade routes linking the east and the west. Within the empirical borders there was little thieving that occured which allowed merchants to pass along the silk route much easier. Western historians have labeled this the Pax Mongolica.
What group brought much of the Eurasian landmass under a single rule creating the largest landmass in history?
The Mongols around the 13th century The first contributor is correct. Additional information displays the steps and extent of the Mongol Empire: A. Between 1206 & 1227 AD Genghis Khan rules the Mongol empire; B. Also during this period, the Mongols battle for and succeed in conquering northern China; C. During this same period of time, the Persian empire is conquered by the Mongols; D. By 1241 the Mongols have added parts of Russia to…
The Mongol empire was the first empire to join the people of the West (Europe and the middle east) to the people of the Orient - China, Manchuria, India, and so on. This mix of cultures brought paper, silk, spices and other Eastern goods to Europe, and brought metalworking, stonemasons and European crafts to the East.