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  • 1389453Q720Genghis KhanGenghisKhanKhan,_GenghisYuanEmperorAlbumGenghisPortrait.jpgc/11621227Founder and Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. “Genghis Khan” in
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  • Gatineau — Gay-Lussac, p. 741 Gazelle — Genet, p. 742 Geneva, Lake of — Genghis Khan, p. 743 Gennesaret, Lake — Geoffrey of Anjou, p. 744 Geography — Geography
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  • history running back through many centuries. The descendants of the famous Genghis Khan still rule one of the tribes. Wealth with them consists chiefly in flocks
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  • was a Turkish chieftain and his mother claimed descent from the great Genghis Khan. When he became tribal chieftain, Timur helped Emir Hussein to drive
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  • Shêng 601 Fu Su 602 Fu Têng 603 Fu Yao-yü 604 Fu Yüeh G 605 Genghis Khan H 606 Ha-li-ma 607 Hai Jui 608 Han An-kuo 609 Han Ch'ao-tsung
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  • see title. Chün see line 54. [This list of fourteen Emperors includes Genghis Khan who never actually mounted the throne, and excludes Achakpa.] Ta see
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  • Tartar, Turcoman, Savage hordes, with spears and swords, Who rode with Genghis Khan! Or mummies from old Egypt, With priestly, kingly tread, Who, in their
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  • dynasty, the foundations of which were laid by Genghis Khan, the first actual Emperor being Kublai Khan, A.D. 1260–1295. It was formerly classed under
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  • Mohammedans overran almost the whole country.  The Mongol invasions under Genghis Khan and Tamerlane ended in the Mogul empire (1525), Akbar the Great being
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  • Russians, grew powerful. In 1224 the Mongols and Tartars, who under Genghis Khan had conquered Manchuria, North China, Turkestan and Bokhara, won a decisive
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  • brilliant capital of the famous Arabian Empire. Houlagou, a grandson of Genghis Khan, entered it in 1262; it afterwards became a possession of the Kara Koyouli
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  • Out of Asia the tribesmen came, With speed of the wind, with sword and flame, Never such conqueror, slayer of man, Witness, oh, shades of Genghis Khan.
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  • Aino in Yezo, where he is still worshiped as a god. Another legend represents him as going to the continent of Asia and identifies him with Genghis Khan.
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  • the papal embassy sent by Benedict XII to Kublai Khan, grandson of the famous conqueror Genghis Khan, Bonet exchanged the comparative ease and comfort
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  • strong position, the town escaped the attacks of Houlagon, grandson of Genghis Khan, and of Tamerlane. Since 1574 it has belonged to the Ottoman Empire,
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  • awed by his khan than if Genghis had been a horse-boy. "These Franks are built of iron without and within. Reason with him, Genghis!" The khan glared at
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  • (Shaman tt) of the time of Genghis Khan ; he carried off the Khan's wife ; hid her in a cave which he blocked with stones. Genghis Khan for a long ♦ Ula in Central
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  • dynasty, was born on the 1 4th Feb ruary 1483. He was a descendant of Genghis Khan and Tiniur, and his father, Omar Sheikh, was king of Farghana, a district
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  • day, would look after the welfare of Tibet. During the time of Genghis Khan and Altan Khan of the Mongols, the Ming dynasty of the Chinese, and the Ch'ing
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  • scientific interests among barbarous peoples. Hulagu Khan, a grandson of the Mongol conqueror Genghis Khan, captured Bagdad in 1258 and ended the rule of the
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