…consolidating the Mongol hold on Iran.
Mongol history alternated between periods of tribal conflict and tribal consolidation.
The Mamlūk victory was followed up by Muslim Syria, which then drove out its Mongol garrisons.
In Acre (now ʿAkko, Israel) the papal legate, Teobaldo of Piacenza, gave them letters for the Mongol emperor
The classics were translated into the Mongol language, and the Mongol language was taught in schools.
He was the grandson of the great Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan, and he was great khan (overlord) of the vast Mongol Empire.
New centres, such as Moscow and Tver, hardly mentioned in any source before the Mongol period, arose and flourished in Mongol times.
Bayan, (flourished 14th century, China—died 1340, Nanchang, Jiangxi province), powerful Mongol minister in the last years of the Yuan (Mongol) dynasty (1206–1368) of China.
Instead of eliminating Mongol influence, he made his court resemble the Mongol court, and the despotic power of the emperor was institutionalized for the rest of the dynasty.
Hülegü hoped to consolidate Mongol rule over western Asia and to extend the Mongol empire as far as the Mediterranean, an empire that would span the Earth from China to the Levant.
Kaidu, (died c. 1301), Mongol khan (reigned 1269–1301), the great-grandson of Genghis Khan, grandson of Ögödei, and a leader of the opposition to Kublai Khan’s rule over the Mongol empire.
Yuan dynasty, Wade-Giles romanization Yüan, also called Mongol dynasty, dynasty established by Mongol nomads that ruled portions and eventually all of China from the early 13th century to 1368.
The Secret History has since been published in many versions, including the old Mongol script and modern Mongol in Mongol Cyrillic, and it has been translated into English and other foreign languages.
The government system during the early years of the Mongol conquest was a synthesis of Mongol military administration and a gradual return to Chinese traditions in those domains ruled by former subjects of the Jin state.
During the 14th century several Turkic-Mongol tribes who had migrated from Siberia into Central Asia adopted the name Uzbek after the Mongol Öz Beg (Uzbek) Khan, a Muslim who ruled the Golden Horde (see Mongol Empire).
Temür, also called Öljeitü, (born 1265, China—died 1307, China), grandson and successor of the great Kublai Khan; he ruled (1295–1307) as emperor of the Yuan (Mongol) dynasty (1206–1368) of China and as great khan of the Mongol Empire.
The extent of this haven was narrowed by subsequent Mongol attacks against Syria, one of which led to a brief Mongol occupation of Damascus in 1294–95, so that Egypt received an influx of refugees from Syria itself as well as from areas farther east.
Liao sources record the existence of a somewhat mysterious tribal power known in Mongol tradition as Khamag Mongol Uls (“Nation of All the Mongols”), which did not, however, include all of the population who spoke the Mongol language.
A number of Mongol princes saw the need for a literate class to provide a bureaucracy, but to use the Chinese language meant the risk—as had been proved during the Yuan (Mongol) dynasty in China—that the Mongol ruling class could be assimilated into Chinese society.
After various groups of these Turkic nomads became part of the armies of the Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan in the early 13th century, a fusion of Mongol and Turkic elements took place, and the Mongol invaders of Russia and Hungary became known to Europeans as Tatars (or Tartars).
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