The Pax Mongolica (Latin for "Mongol Peace") is a historiographical term,
modeled after the ... The new Mongol Nation quickly moved to annex more
territory. ... As a result, the trade rout...
The most important outcome of the Mongol Peace was safe trade routes from
China to the Middle East and Europe. The Mongols of 13th and 14th century Asia
Pax Mongolica, also known as the Mongol Peace was a period of time where ...
Due to the enormous territory the Mongols occupied and the importance of trade
The Mongol Empire brought peace, stability, and unity to large tracts of the known
... rapid to have occurred by diffusion, and must therefore be the result of
selection. .... It took many months to summon the kurultai, as many of its most
The Mongols were remarkably quick in transforming themselves from a purely ...
an entire continent united under the so-called Pax Mongolica (“Mongolian Peace
”). ... the Yuan (empire of the Great Khan) being the central and most important.
Unlike the Xiongnu, however, the Mongols would conquer most of the major
sedentary centers producing ... The result was a mixed blessing. ... of a Pax
Mongolica (Mongol Peace) on the trade routes, even if its benefits were far from
uniform. ... As in other examples, here we can see the importance of trade to the
Ironically, however, his reign witnessed the Mongols' most remarkable military ...
to Tai-tu (near modern Peking), a signal that he recognized the importance of ...
His peaceful achievements have sometimes overshadowed Kublai's military ...
A typical understanding of the Mongols--especially Mongols during the era of
Genghis Khan (Ghengis the Chief or Ruler)--stems from reports written by ...
In most histories, the Mongol conquests have been depicted as a savage. assault
by ... made up a vast realm in which once-hostile peoples lived together in peace
and. virtually ..... of the most important victims -Russia and eastern Europe, the
Islamic ... result there was no paramount power to rally Russian forces against
The story of one of the world's oldest and most historically important trade routes
... The Mongols; The Decline of the Route; Foreign Influence; The Present Day .....
These conditions were only suitable in times of peace, when effort could be ...