The Pax Mongolica (Latin for "Mongol Peace"), less often known as Pax Tatarica)
("Tatar ... The new Mongol Nation quickly moved to annex more territory. ... As a
result, the trade rou...
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
(empire of the Great Khan) being the central and most important. The other
Mongol states were the Chaghatay khanate in Central Asia (ca. 1227–1363), the.
Perhaps most importantly, the Mongol empire inextricably linked Europe and
Asia and ... importance of trade from the very earliest times and, unlike the
Chinese, they had a positive ... Pax Mongolica: The Mongolian Peace ..... as a
result of the military exploits of Khubilai Khan's brother Hulegu, who had finally
Ironically, however, his reign witnessed the Mongols' most remarkable military ...
to Tai-tu (near modern Peking), a signal that he recognized the importance of ...
What effect did the Mongol Empire's expansion have on Europe? ... Mongolica" -
a century of peace among neighboring peoples who were all under Mongol rule.
... into a series of small self-governing city-states, the most important being Kiev.
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
The Mongol envoys requested peace of the Russian princes. ... As expected, the
result of the iarlyk issued to the Orthodox Church was profound. ... Theophanes'
arrival, Rublev would become one of his most aspiring and important students.
Nov 15, 2015 ... Growth from this peace was lucrative; Muslim merchants began trading so
heavily that ... This infrastructure and desire for luxury goods, both the result of
conquest, ... The most highly sought commodity on the Mongol Silk Road was
cloth-of-gold. ... The importance of Samarkand as a trade city is paramount, ...
No town benefited from the Mongol presence more than Moscow. ... and
Lithuania that posed the main threat to Russian peace and prosperity. ... In this
way Moscow became second only to Sarai in importance during the Mongol
period. ... prince of Vladimir, acquired heroic status as the result of major victories
over the ...