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    Mongol rule between 1200 and 1500 CE has had great impact on Central Asia and on China however, China has been left with a greater and longer lasting impression left by the Mongols because of the relative proximity between the two empires. The Mongols throughout the ages have wreaked havoc and created an empire that was vast and continuous and within their empire they encompassed people of all backgrounds and cultures, which would at some points make it hard to control the masses, but an open society that gave the people religious freedom allowed for them to be at bay and accept a single leader who acted as the official authoritative figure over all the masses. Both China and Central Asia were deeply rooted within the trade that was connecting…

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    new areas and their way of life spiked interest in the local population. ”Such a process occurred with Buddhism in the oasis states along the Silk Route in Central Asia during the two centuries before and after the common era” (Berzin, 2012). Beliefs were also spread by powerful monarchs and important figures who influenced their followers by choosing the teachings of Buddha. In the 3rd Century King Ashoka’s conversion to Buddhism after realizing the amount of lives lost and blood spelt…

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    The Mongols How barbaric were the Mongols? So the question is were the mongols really barbaric and in Most people’s eyes after seeing how much land they conquered under genghis khan,and how much the mongols created and or developed under there time.Most people would agree. So about eight hundred years ago,during the 13th century,a small tribe from the grasslands or steppes of central asia conquered much of the known world.Operating from the backs of horses,mongol warriors swept across much…

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    Sui And Tang Dynasty Essay

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    Early in East Asia history, merchants needed to go where they can make money and trades at. In certain time periods, it was hard to make money for merchants because of what dynasties was in power or constantly change of a dynasty. However, there were periods when merchants actually a lot of made money and trades. Merchants has its ups and downs, but their goals is the make money. When Merchants was most successful it was during the Sui & Tang dynasty was in control and Chang’an was the capital…

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    Many exchanges occurred on the Silk Road, in it, included culture. The Silk Road did not only promote commodity exchange but also cultural. For example, Buddhism one of the religions of the Kushan kingdom, reached all the way to China. Together with merchant caravans, Buddhist monks went from India to Central Asia and China, preaching the new religion. The first onset of Christianity is connected with the activity of Nestorians. In the 13th century the Silk Road was the route for the new wave of…

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    The Mongols were known for their conquests for expansion. Eight hundred years ago the Mongols, were known for conquering much of Asia, the Middle East, and Eastern Europe. They were originally from the grasslands of central Asia. They operated by horseback and using the siege weapons. They were nomadic peoples who competed with one another for pasture land and livestock. They were known to be the most barbaric tribe in the world, due to their conquests achievements and their military…

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    The great game started in the year 1830. the great game was a defensive conflict between the British and imperial Russia for control of Central Asia and its wealth. It was also access to a people colonies in South Asia that they were fighting over. It ended around 1900. Russia viewed Central Asia as territory in its own grounds. Although The British, had been established in India and South Asia for a few time were trying to expand the empire and sphere of influence into Central Asia and shield…

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    1. The Indian Ocean Basin Trade routes connected Southeast Asia, India, Arabia, and East Africa. Long distance sea trade moved across a web of routes linking all of those areas as well as East Asia (particularly China). On the other hand, Central Asia was the largest empire in the world history, controlling Tibet, Northern China, and Persia. Also, Islam would flourish in Central Asia/The Chinese transferred the skill of paper making. Through the Mongols, Islamic mathematics and astronomy spread…

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    Religion In China Essay

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    Muslims in China are allowed to have mosques, as markers of their communities. Most mosques had been destroyed during the Cultural Revolution, and was repaired in the 1980s by outside funding. But these mosques weren’t allowed to show anything that depicted that the Muslims within China had “outside” origins. While they may have superficially appeared to be as their Central Asian and Middle Eastern counterparts, they were missing key internal components. Muslims groups tend to remain rather…

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    In the 13th century, a small tribe from the steppes of Central Asia had conquered most of the known world at the time. Mongols rode on the back of horses, as they swept most of Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe. It has never been seen before at the time, they had even taken over more land than Alexander the Great, the mongols taking 4,860,000 square miles of land. (Document 1). The mongols were fearless warriors who took over people's land yet they weren't as barbaric as they seem. They…

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