Genghis Khan (Temujin)
Genghis Khan was the official title of a Mongol warrior named Temujin, a 13th century ruler who founded an empire that included parts of China, Central Asia, the Middle East and Europe. After a childhood of violence and enslavement, Temujin became a powe...
Mongolia (now part of China)
Temüjin had three brothers named Hasar, Hachiun, and Temüge, and one sister
named Temülen, as well as two ...
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To the millions of people his hordes conquered, Genghis Khan
was evil incarnate. She became Yesukhei's second wife; Temujin was his second son by just a few months. Jamuka attacked Ong Khan
and Temujin in 1201. More »
Apr 29, 2014 ... Between 1206 and his death in 1227, the Mongol leader Genghis Khan
conquered nearly 12 million square miles of territory—more than any ...
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empires in history, the Mongol Empire, at Biography.com.
Born around 1165 and first known as Temujin, Genghis was the son of the chief
of the Yakka Mongols. When he was 10, his father was poisoned and he ...
Feb 10, 2014 ... Genghis Khan was a 13th-century warrior in central Asia who founded the
Mongol Empire, one of the largest empires in history. By the time he ...
And throughout the lands that feared them now or would come to fear them, no
name inspired more terror than that of their leader, Genghis Khan. The greatest of