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The late fourteenth century Turkish ruler who weakened the Golden Horde, sacked Delhi, and launched campaigns in southwest Asia and Anatolia was
In an effort to strengthen the Mongol fighting forces Chinggis Khan
formed new military units with no tribal affiliations
In regards to military and imperial pursuits, Khubilai Khan
had little success when he tried to conquer Vietnam, Cambodia, Burma and Japan
In regards to class structure the nomadic societies normally produced
a fluid breakdown into nobles and commoners
Khubilai Khan's religious policy featured
an attempt to incorporate the traditional Mongol shamanistic beliefs into China
The invasions of the nomadic Turkish and Mongol tribes between the eleventh and fifteenth centuries
facilitated greater cross-cultural communication and integration
Devastation wrought by the bubonic plague played a key role in the fourteenth century collapse of the
The Mongols brought about greater integration among Eurasian peoples by all of the following means EXCEPT
a common state religion
Mahmud of Ghazni's incursion into India in the eleventh century was inspired by
his own missionary zeal to spread the Islamic faith
The Mongol naval campaign against Japan in 1281
was aided by a favorable wind that the Chinese came to call kamikaze
In the tenth century the Turks living near the Abbasid empire began to convert to
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