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  • Mongols Season 1 Full - from Genghis to Kublai

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    Now that we have started to work on the second season of our animated historical documentary series on the Mongol Empire, we decided to make this video to refresh the memory of what happened during the rise of the Mongols. In this video we are covering the conquests of China, Central Asia, Iran, Caucasus, Eastern Europe via the battles of Yehuling, Parwan, Indus River, Kalka, Mohi, Legnica, Ain Jalut, Yamen and others, featuring Genghis Khan, Ogedei, Batu, Kublia, Chagatai, Subutai, Jebe, Tolui, Jalal-ad-din, Baibars, Qutuz and others.

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  • The rise and fall of the Mongol Empire - Anne F. Broadbridge

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    Trace the rise and fall of the Mongol Empire which, under the leadership of Genghis Khan, became the largest contiguous land empire in history.

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    It was the largest contiguous land empire in history— stretching from Korea to Ukraine, and from Siberia to southern China. And was forged on the open plains. In the 12th century, the East Asian steppe was home to scattered groups of nomads who, by 1206, would be united under the innovative leadership of a man named Temujin. Anne F. Broadbridge details the rise and fall of the Mongol Empire.

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  • Top Five Countries that Defeated the Mongols

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  • How Genghis Khan Supplied his Army - Mongol Logistics Documentary

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    The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History and the evolution of the Mongol armies continue with an episode on the logistics of the Genghis' army and his successors. In this video, we discuss how the khan's troops were fed, how they migrated, and how they moved so fast.

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  • Subutai - Genghiss Greatest General DOCUMENTARY

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    The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on Mongol History continues with a video on the greatest general of Genghis Khan - Subutai Baatur, who alongside Jebe played a crucial role in the unification of the Mongols and then the invasions of China, Central Asia, Iran and Russia, winning many memorable battles, including at Kalka and Legnica.

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  • What a Samurai vs. Mongol Battle Really Looked Like

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    The clash of two legendary and feared classes of warrior: the Mongols and the samurai. They meet on the beaches of Tsushima. What did combat between them look like? Misconceptions persist about this question: from the belief that samurai attempted “single combat” dueling to the idea that Mongols utterly dominated the samurai on the battlefield. Today, we look at the fascinating warfare that characterized the first and second Mongol invasions.

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    Cartwright, Mark. “The Mongol Invasions of Japan, 1274 & 1281 CE.” Ancient History Encyclopedia, Ancient History Encyclopedia, 2 July 2019,

    Conlan, Thomas. In Little Need of Divine Intervention: Takezaki Suenaga’s Scrolls of the Mongol Invasions of Japan. East Asia Program, Cornell University, 2001.

    —. “Mongol Invasions of Japan 1274 and 1281.” Princeton University, The Trustees of Princeton University, digital.princeton.edu/mongol-invasions/map/index.html.

    —. “Scrolls of the Mongol Invasions of Japan.” Princeton University, The Trustees of Princeton University, digital.princeton.edu/mongol-scrolls/.

    Friday, Karl F. Samurai, Warfare & the State in Early Medieval Japan. Routledge, 2005.

    Turnbull, Stephen R., and Richard Hook. The Mongol Invasions of Japan, 1274 and 1281. Osprey Publishing, 2010.

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  • Ten Minute History - Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire

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    This episode of Ten Minute History (like a documentary, only shorter) covers the situation in the Eastern Steppe and the inter-tribal warfare there which saw the ascendancy of the Mongols. Led by Genghis Khan they waged a series of wars which over the course of decades saw the Mongol Empire become the largest contiguous empire in all of human history. Of course, the empire soon fell into civil war and from that came Khubilai Khan, whose policies earned him a reputation as a skilled and competent ruler.

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    John Man - The Mongol Empire: Genghis Khan, His Heirs and the Founding of Modern China. This book is a fantastic detailed overview of the empire and the Yuan dynasty. Has a great chapter on the Mongol's legacy.

    Morris Rossabi - The Mongols: A Very Short Introduction. I always recommend these books but that's because they're great. This one has some issues with its structure but for its price point it's phenomenal.

  • Who was Genghis Khan? | Complete Urdu Documentary Film | Faisal Warraich

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    Genghis Khan or Chengiz Khan was the first Great Mongolian tribal chief who conquered northern China, Central Asia (including Kazakhstan, Uzbekistan, Turkmenistan), Afghanistan and invaded parts of India (modern-day Pakistan). Iran, Azerbaijan, Georgia, and large swathes of Russian lands were also integrated into the Mongol Empire. Even Europe was afraid of him.

    Genghis Khan established the 2nd largest empire in the world after the British Empire. His empire was also the largest contiguous empire in the world. He was the founder of modern-day Mongolia, He also captured Beijing, Samarkand, Balkh, Bukhara, Bamyan, Herat. His grandson Kublai Khan ruled over entire China and captured the Sung dynasty.

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  • The Heirs of Genghis Khan

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    In the vast steppes of Siberia, where winter lasts ten months we meet three unique races that will show their wandering life and survival techniques in this inhospitable environment . Alongside Tansendaryá we'll see that an itinerant camp consists of works gers , traditional Mongolian tents and an intense activity including training horses, herding goats and camels husbandry is organized.

    In the Taiga, under boreal forest we'll find Tsaatan people, whose lives are closely tied to reindeer husbandry. Their presence in these forests is in danger because the structure of its closed society, where inbreeding has caused the deterioration to their kind.

    We also will approach a thriving village of itinerant Kazakh farmers, they are also expert falconers, which will give us the opportunity to closely observe the breathtaking hunts of huge eagles with two meter wingspan and seven kilos of weight.

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  • Wait For It...The Mongols!: Crash Course World History #17

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    In which John Green teaches you, at long last, about the most exceptional bunch of empire-building nomads in the history of the world, the Mongols! How did the Mongols go from being a relatively small band of herders who occasionally engaged in some light hunting-gathering to being one of the most formidable fighting forces in the world? It turns out Genghis Khan was a pretty big part of it, but you probably already knew that. The more interesting questions might be, what kind of rulers were they, and what effect did their empire have on the world we know today? Find out, as John FINALLY teaches you about the Mongols.


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  • Full Documentary. Heirs of Genghis Khan - Planet Doc Full Documentaries

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    This documentary tells the story of three ethnic groups which, though they inhabit the same territory, have different cultures and traditions. But with one common denominator, they are all HEIRS OF GENGHIS KHAN.
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    800 years ago, this man, called Timuyin and better known as Genghis Khan, “The King of the Universe”, managed to create the largest empire ever known in the history of humanity. It all begin in the year 1190 when Genghis Khan managed to bring together the different nomadic tribes of Mongolia in a single, powerful army of 200,000 men. This, and his undoubted military genius, enabled him to conquer vast territories, stretching from the Pacific to the heart of Europe, and from northern Siberia to India, Iran and Turkey.
    With the end of the Khan dynasty, a series of civil wars threw the country into confusion, until, in 1578, Buddhism was established as the form of government, under the leadership of Altan Khaan. Two centuries later, Mongolia came under Chinese control, until 1924 when, with the creation of the soviet bloc, the country converted to communism and became a satellite of the USSR. With the arrival of the Russians, Mongolia underwent rapid changes, modernising and industrialising. But with the fall of the Berlin wall in 1989, and the consequent disintegration of the Soviet bloc, the Russians left just as quickly as they had arrived, and overnight Mongolia was completely paralysed, suffering political and economic collapse from which it has still far from recovered. Since then, the city has rapidly deteriorated, and its inhabitants struggle to survive as best they can.

    The Gobi is an extreme, arid desert, covering a third of Mongolia. With temperatures of up to 50 degrees centigrade in summer, which generally fall to 40 degrees below zero in winter, life in the Gobi is harsh and difficult. he Tansendarya live in a camp composed of four gers, the traditional shelter perfectly adapted to the needs of nomadic life. For them, the horse represents much more than simply an animal used for transport and carrying goods, which they began to tame 4,000 years before Christ.
    Small, fibrous, and incredibly resistant, with strength greatly out of proportion to their size, these horses were key in enabling Genghis Khan to create such a powerful army.

    While it is still summer in the lowlands, up in the valleys of the Dorkhod Sayani mountains autumn arrived several weeks ago, suddenly and without warning. This is the home of the Tsaatan, one of the smallest and least well-known tribes in Asia. The life of the Tsaatan has never been easy, but since the arrival of communism, part of their culture, traditions and daily life have been destroyed. The herds of reindeer, which had belonged to them since time immemorial, became state property. The Mongolian government accuses them of sexual relations between cousins, brothers and sisters, and even parents and their children. The Tsaatan, which literally means “the reindeer people”, are an ethnic group originating in Russian Siberia, with their own language whose origin lies in Turkey.

    In the Altai range, winter has arrived with even greater force than normal, and at the start of October a thick layer of snow already covers the mountains.
    Though we are still in Mongolia, the majority of the people who live in this region are of Kazakh origin. Like the Mongol nomads, they too live in gers, but theirs are considerably bigger and much better decorated. Nothing could be more exciting and enjoyable for a Kazakh from the mountains than to go out hunting with his eagle. These hunters always use female golden eagles, which they consider to be much more aggressive than the males. The Kazakhs use nets to trap eagles when they have just eaten and so are unable to fly. For the first month, they are kept inside the ger, to accustom them to the sounds and smells. Then, for several weeks, they are trained so they maintain their balance on the arm of the rider as he gallops along. Finally, and most difficult of all, they are trained to return to their master after they have been released. From the time they are caught, they always remain close by him, even sleeping at his side.
    Today, and because they are isolated by the Altai mountains and the river Hovd, these hunters have been able to preserve their language, their cultural traditions, and their identity as Kazakhs.

    And that is the story of three ethnic groups that live in a world of constant movement, struggling to preserve their most valuable treasure, their culture, which, little by little, is being wiped out by a society engaged in a headlong rush towards globalisation.

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  • Real Ghost of Tsushima - Mongol Invasion of Japan DOCUMENTARY

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    In the new Kings and Generals animated historical documentary, we will tell the story of the Mongol Invasion of Japan and will focus on the attack on the islands of Tsushima and Iki, as the samurai attempt to defend their realm against the forces of the Yuan khan Kublai.

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    Sources:
    - Conlan, Thomas D.. In Little Need of Divine Intervention: Takezaki Suenaga’s Scrolls of the Mongol Invasions of Japan. Translated by Thomas D. Conlan. East Asia Program Cornell University: Ithaca, New York, 2001.
    - Hsin Yüan Shih 250 in Japan in the Chinese Dynastic Histories: Later Han through Ming Dynasties. Translated by Ryusaku Tsunoda, edited by L. Carrington Goodrich, 73-105. South Pasadena: P.D and Ione Perkins, 1951.
    - Hazard, Benjamin B. “The Formative Years of the Wakō, 1223-63,” Monumenta Nipponica 22 no. ¾ (1967): 260-277.
    - Ishii Susuma, “The Decline of the Kamakura bakufu,” in The Cambridge History of Japan, vol. 3 Medieval Japan. Edited by Kozo Yamamura, translated by Jeffrey P. Mass and Hitomi Tonomura, 128-174. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1990.
    - M.S. Seoh, “A Brief Documentary Survey of Japanese Pirate Activities in Korea in the 13th-15th Centuries.” Journal of Korean Studies 1 no.1, (1969):23-39.
    - Rossabi, Morris. “The Reign of Khubilai Khan,” in Cambridge History of China, Vol. 6 Alien Regimes and Border States, 907-1368
    - Rossabi, Morris. Khubilai Khan: His Life and Times. University of California Press, 1988.
    - Turnbull, Stephen. The Mongol Invasions of Japan 1274 and 1281. Oxford: Osprey Publishing, 2010.

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  • Mongol Empire under Genghis Khan, Facts, Conquests & Military plunders of Mongols explained

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  • THE MONGOL EMPIRE song by Mr. Nicky

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    The Mongol Empire Song by Mr. Nicky
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    Kublai Khan:

    Pay me your Silk Road tolls
    I own China, us nomads run the globe’s
    largest land empire, it's prospering though
    you’d dread the “steppes” we took
    Grandpa Genghis Khan unified
    our clans, got our laws organized
    Chose men by skill not family ties
    Trained us in battle groups

    With war declared,
    riding horses, letting arrows fly
    We have kingdoms terrorized
    They submit to spare lives
    Now our lands tie East to West
    We have a tight rein as trade expands
    I love when merchants pass by
    ‘cause it's tax time, duh!
    ‘cause it's tax time

    Conquering like Grandpa
    We’ve made servants
    of the Koryo, Slavs and Persians
    Crushed Baghdad but Muslims convert us
    and we tolerate your faiths
    Finally I beat the Song Chinese
    Founded my Yuan Dynasty
    Confucians serve in my regime
    But we’re first, no tests to take

    We’ll build up big time
    The Grand Canal will link to my
    New Dadu/Beijing site
    Rule there till the Ming rise
    Because we have tight reign
    as trade expands
    I almost took Japan twice
    Typhoons made us capsize

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    Go to Yangzhou!

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  • Battle of Ain Jalut, 1260 ⚔️ The Battle that saved Islam and stopped the Mongols - معركة عين جالوت

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  • Why did the Mongol Empire Collapse? - The Mongols

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    Why did the Mongol Empire Collapse?

    Gradually to due the internal fights for power in such a vast empire, the Mongol empire broke up into four remaining empires: the Yuan of China, established by Kublai Khan, the Chaganate of Central Asia, the Ilkhanate of the Middle East and the Golden Horde. Each one of them will collapse at their own time.

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  • The Mongol Warrior who saved the Muslim World - Berke Khan

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    The Mongol Warrior who saved the Muslim World - Berke Khan
    Islam did not vanish. Genghis Khan who proclaimed himself as the Scourge of God, who delighted in destroying civilizations could not exterminate the Muslim ummah. Within a generation the tide had begun to turn in Islam's favor. Baghdad was destroyed by Genghis' grandson Hulagu but his great grandson Berke Khan became a Muslim.

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    History of the Mongol Empire explained in 5 minutes
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    Great Civilizations of History: The Mongol Empire: The Scourge of Asia Part 1/2



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  • KUBLAI KHAN - 10 things you didnt know

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    Kublai Khan was the 5th Khagan of the Mongol Empire, reigning from 1260 to 1294. He founded the Yuan dynasty in China as a conquest dynasty in 1271, and ruled as the first Yuan emperor until his death in 1294.Here present ten things abou Kublai khan that you must know .
    1. Kublai was the fourth son of Tolui and a grandson of Genghis Khan.
    2. Though as Khagan, Kublai's real power was limited to China and Mongolia.
    3. Kublai established the Chinese Yuan dynasty
    4. During the time of Kublai Khan, marco Polo visited China.
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  • Marco Polo Describes the Mongols // 13th cent. Primary Source

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    The Mongol Empire was founded by Genghis Khan, a Mongol political and military leader. Due to their politics, and smarts, the Mongols were able to control such an enormous area of land. Here is a brief look at the Mongol Empire (sometimes called Mongolian Empire)

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  • Mongol Invasions of Hungary and Poland DOCUMENTARY

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  • Genghis Khans legacy lives on in Mongolia

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    Mongolian warrior Genghis Khan built one of the largest empires in the world. He is known as a tyrant responsible for the deaths of millions of people in the 13th century. Some Mongolians, however, believe the world has misunderstood their great leader. Al Jazeera's Marga Ortigas reports from Ulaanbaatar.

  • How Powerful was the Mongol Empire?

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  • GENGHIS KHAN | Full Length Cartoon Movie in English

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    Yusegaj The Brave was the brother of the wolves of the steppe. Chief of a small, but renowned Mongol tribe, he had joined the leader of a pack of wolves with a blood pact, on the day the Mongol had saved him from certain death. As a result of this pact, the wolves of the steppe began protecting his son, Temujin, after his violent, tragic and brutal death.

    Temujin has a brave heart, a perfect physique, and rides like the best of the Mongols. He can shoot an arrow and hit a target while galloping upright on his horse. And he is loved by the Supreme Sky, the great divinity of the his people, the Blue Mongols. Genghis Khan

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  • Genghis Khan and the Mongol Empire

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    An overview of how the Mongol Empire, founded by Genghis Khan in 1206, eventually becomes the largest contiguous empire in world history before splitting formally into the Yuan Dynasty, Golden Horde, Chagatai Khanate and Ilkhanate.

  • Mongol Army: How it All Started

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    The Kings and Generals animated historical documentary series on the Mongol History continues with a video on the evolution of the Mongol armies, showing how the steppe horsemen bands turned into the most fearsome army in the world by Genghis khan and would create the largest empire until up to that point.

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    Biran, Michal. “The Mongol Transformation: From the Steppe to Eurasian Empire,” Medieval Encounters 10, no. 1-3 (2004): 338-361.

    Khazanov, Anatoly. “The Eurasian Steppe Nomads in World Military History,” in Nomad Aristocrats in a World of Empires, Wiesbaden, (2013): 187-

    May, Timothy. “The Chinggis Exchange: The Mongol Empire and Global Impact on Warfare,” World History Connected 12 no. 1 (2015): 1-24

    May, Timothy. “The Training of an Inner Asian Nomad Army in the Pre-Modern Period The Journal of Military History, 70 no. 3 (2006): 617-635.

    Paul, Jürgen. “The State and Military: A Nomadic Perspective,” (2003): 25-68

    Rumschlag, Samuel. “One Bow (or Stirrup) is Not Equal to Another: A Comparative Look at Hun and Mongol Military Technologies.,” The Silk Road 16 (2018): 78-90

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    La caída del muro de Berlín y la consiguiente desarticulación del bloque soviético en 1989 hizo que la ya maltrecha economía de Mongolia sufriera un colapso del que aún no se ha recuperado. Pero en el interior de este país siguen viviendo nómadas que conservan un ritmo de vida que les mantiene al margen de la situación política y tradiciones que recuerdan un pasado ligado al mayor imperio constituido sobre la tierra: el imperio que forjó Gengis Kan. En las inmensas estepas siberianas, donde el invierno dura diez meses, conoceremos a tres etnias singulares que nos mostrarán su vida errante y sus técnicas de supervivencia en este medio inhóspito.

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  • GENGHIS KHAN | The entire movie for children in English | TOONS FOR KIDS | EN

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  • The Khan whose death saved Europe - Ogedei Khan

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    The Khan whose death saved Europe



    Did you know the death of one man saved Europe from the ruthless Mongol invasion? Yes, History is full of surprises, and seemingly unstoppable conquests have come to a stop due the most unexpected events. The very sudden death of Alexander brought to an abrupt end the unstoppable march of the Hellenic Kingdom. But how did the Mongol invasion of Europe stop? Who was Ogedai Khan and why did he succeed Genghis Khan. Know more about the interesting facts in this video.

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    Being the largest land empire in history, and the second largest empire in history (behind the British Empire), the Mongol Empire was created in the 13th and 14th centuries. It was the result of the unification of many nomadic tribes in the Mongol homeland under the leadership of Genghis Khan (c.  1162–1227), proclaimed ruler of all the Mongols in 1206 by the council of the tribes.
    The Empire became a large one in a short amount of time under the rule of Gengis Khan and his descendants. It extended from Asia to Europe and under the Pax Mongolica there was a great deal of trade of goods and ideologies, commodities and technologies. After that the Empire suffered from wars of succession and ended up split in various reigns.

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    From the time of Gaius Marius onwards, legionaries received 225 denarii a year; this basic rate remained unchanged until Domitian, who increased it to 300 denarii. The soldiers did not receive all the money in cash, as the state deducted a clothing and food tax from their pay. To this wage, a legionary on active campaign would hope to add the booty of war. Slaves could also be claimed from the prisoners of war and divided amongst the legion for later sale, which would bring in a sizeable supplement to their regular pay.
    All legionary soldiers would also receive a praemia on the completion of their term of service: a sizeable sum of money and/or a plot of good farmland; farmland given to veterans often helped in establishing control of the frontier regions and over rebellious provinces.


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  • GENGHIS KHAN - arabian / العربية

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    Cared after by the wolves of the steppe as a boy, Temujin has a brave heart, a perfect physique, and rides like the best of the Mongols. After leading his people to defeat their enemies, many hundreds of Mongol tribes populating the steppes between the Caspian Sea and the Great Wall of China to the south-east, gather around him. Finally, a shaman proclaims: “The Eternal Blue Sky orders that Temujin, and no other, is the Khan of the Mongols”....Temujin becomes a warrior leader, a lawmaker and even an attentive father of a great people who live on horseback. He later earns the name “Genghis Khan”....

  • How to Pronounce Trebuchet | Trebuchet Pronunciation

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    Learn how to pronounce trebuchet with the American Pronunciation Guide (APG)!

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  • GENGHIS KHAN full movie | for children | in English | TOONS FOR KIDS | cartoon for children | EN

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    GENGHIS KHAN full movie | for children | in English | TOONS FOR KIDS | cartoon for children | EN. Cared after by the wolves of the steppe as a boy, Temujin has a brave heart, a perfect physique, and rides like the best of the Mongols. After leading his people to defeat their enemies, many hundreds of Mongol tribes populating the steppes between the Caspian Sea and the Great Wall of China to the south-east, gather around him. Finally, a shaman proclaims: “The Eternal Blue Sky orders that Temujin, and no other, is the Khan of the Mongols”....Temujin becomes a warrior leader, a lawmaker and even an attentive father of a great people who live on horseback. He later earns the name “Genghis Khan”....

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  • The Feigned Retreat: The Mongols Favourite Tactic

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    Few tactics of the Mongol Empire are as famous as the feigned retreat. Here, we discuss why it was so effective, and why so many people kept falling for it. Much of this is equally applicable to other steppe armies as well, though we stick to the Mongols for this one.

    I've never done a video on tactics, before, since I've never had a way to 'animate' units before. So feedback on the 'animations' is appreciated, and better methods for discussing the tactics in future.

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    Mission to Asia: Narratives and Letters of the Franciscan Missionaries in Mongolia and China in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries. Translated by a Nun of Stanbrook Abby. Edited by Christopher Dawson. New York: Harper Torchbooks, 1966. John de Plano Carpini starts page 3.

    May, Timothy. The Mongol Art of War: Chinggis Khan and the Mongol Military System. Pen & Sword, 2007.

    Music is provided by Epidemic Sound.

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