How Did The Mongol Empire Impact The World

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Born in 1167 Temujin was believed to be a son from heaven because when he was born he was clutching a blood clot. Temujin was reckless when he shot and killed his brother over a rabbit. After Temujin got “married” his wife got abducted by another clan. After Temujin sought revenge, he was called Genghis Khan and became the leader of the Mongol Empire that came from the nomadic tribes in Mongolia under Genghis Khan in 1206. The Mongol Empire had a negative impact on the World.

The Mongolian empire had a negative impact in the world because they killed millions, spread the black death, and destroyed one of the largest libraries in the world. They were from the eastern Steppe in Asia.

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