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Chapter 12 Study Guide Mongol Eurasia and Its Aftermath, 1200–1500 INSTRUCTIONAL OBJECTIVES After studying this Chapter students should be able to: 1. Account for the magnitude and speed of the Mongol conquests. 2. Describe the benefits that resulted from the integration of Eurasia in the Mongol Empire. 3. Compare and contrast the effects of Mongol rule on Russia and the lands of Islam with the effects on East Asia. 4. Identify points of continuity and discontinuity in the transition from Mongol to Ming rule of China. Key Terms: 1.Genghis Khan 2.Mongols 3. Nomadism 4.bubonic plague 5.Il-khan 6.Golden Horde 7.Yuan Empire 8. ZhengeHe 9.Beijing 10.kamikaze 11.Yongle 12.Timur 13.Alexander Neviskii 14.tsar 15.Ottomans 16.lama 17.Khubilai Khan 18.Yi Kingdom 19.Ming Empire 20.Ashikaga Shogunate Study Guide 1.An advantage of Mongol rule was that... 2.The Greek historian Herodotus portrayed steppe nomads as... 3.The Mongol leader, the khan... 4.What was the role of Mongol women in politics? 5.The religions of the Central Asian nomads was... 6.What metal was crucially important to the Central Asian nomads? 7.The first Mongol conquests under Genghis Khan were in... 8.What where the techniques employed by the Mongols to defeat the armies they faced? 9.Why did the Mongols refrain from attacking central Europe in 1241? 10.Narratives such as Marco Polo’s created a European...