The mongol empire emerged from the unification of several nomadic tribes in the mongol homeland under the leadership of genghis khan, whom a council proclaimed ruler of all the mongols in 1206 the empire grew rapidly under his rule and that of his descendants, who sent invasions in every direction. Ruta malsky 11-26-11 pd 6 the positive and negative effects of mongol practice and belief the mongol empire was the world’s largest empire the mongol’s practices and beliefs had both positive and negative effects. Indeed, the linguistic and even socio-linguistic impacts were great, as the russians borrowed thousands of words, phrases, other significant linguistic features from the mongol and the turkic languages that were united under the mongol empire (dmytryshyn, 123. The empire established by hulagu stretched over most of muslim southwest asia but there is no denying the immense negative effect the mongols had on the muslim world in the 1200s the mongol invasion is one of the most demoralizing times of islamic history the death and destruction of the 1200s has not yet been seen again in the muslim world. The mongol’s practices and beliefs had both positive and negative effects the large mongolian empire promoted communication and diversity however, despite this positive effect, the mongolian empire housed the deaths of many innocent people.
The mongol miltary setup can be seen as both positive and negative the mongol military setup can be seen as negative because it is responsible for all the death and destruction caused by the mongols. Negative impact death and destruction, some cities completely wiped out (kiev, cities in syria) mongol soldiers looted, pillaged and raped women conquests played a key role in transmitting the black death. The mongol empire in world history timothy may north georgia college and state university : world history and the mongols an empire arose in the steppes of mongolia in the thirteenth century that forever changed the map of the world, opened intercontinental trade, spawned new nations, changed the course of leadership in two religions, and impacted history indirectly in a myriad of other ways. The mongols decided very early on that in order to conquer a giant empire, they had to accept the habits of the people they conquered they were happy to let their subjects keep their religion and important cultural habits and actually actively encouraged this with things like tax reductions for priests.
The mongolian empire was one of the largest empires in history, stretching across much of europe and asia in the 13th and 14th centuries the empire resulted from the unification of nomadic mongolian tribes under the supreme ruler genghis khan around 1206 ce the mongols rapidly expanded their empire as they invaded, conquered, and enforced mongolian rule across thousands of miles. After the mongols conquered many lands and created their enormous empire there came a peaceful time called the pax mongolica pax mongolica, also known as the mongol peace was a period of time where peace, stability, economic growth, cultural fusion and cultural development were happening around the mongol’s occupied territories. -what were the positive and negative impacts of the mongols based on the video 4 pass out the remainder of the resources ( what was the mongols’ influence on china , a new look at mongol contributions, and what were the mongols like. The mongol empire can be seen as marking the beginning of the modern age, and of globalization as well while communications between the extremes of eurasia existed prior to the mongols, they were infrequent and often through intermediaries.
The mongol empire was founded early in the 13th century by chinggis khan and within the span of two generations embraced most of asia, becoming the largest land-based state in history. Positives and negatives of mongol empire the mongols really did reinvigorate cross- eurasian trade positive positive the mongols increased communication through eurasia. The mongols in world history the mongols’ mark on global history a new look at mongol contributions the mongol conquests what led to the conquests, and why were they so successful the mongols in china the mongols’ influence on china’s yuan dynasty contiguous land empire in world history, has shaped both asian and western images. The mongols had both positive and negative effects on central asia two effects of the mongol empire on central asia were increase in trade, and the pax mongolica it also brought the bubonic plague also known as black death.
Positive and negative effects of the mongol expansion positive and negative effects: china positive: united china for the first time established a single political entity would largely endure to modern times. The mongols increased their empire using swift and decisive attacks with an armed and disciplined cavalry they wiped out the populations of some entire towns that resisted—as was their usual policy—depopulating some regions and confiscating the crops and livestock from others. The most positive portrayal we normally hear of the mongols is in reference to the pax mongolica, or 'mongol peace' such accounts focus on how the vast mongol empire enabled trade between.
1 he re-unified china and was the first emperor who laid the foundation of today's territory of china 2 in terms of political reform, he gave first priority to appointing people on their merits. The mongol conquest had a lot of positive effects also the mongols unified a very large area allowing for a very large trade network to be established throughout europe and asia the silk road was reestablished due to mongol conquest.
The legacy of the mongol empire is undoubtedly riddled with complications, but it gave rise to the last great age of the silk road as academics are still puzzled over the rapid development of the mongols from a divided people to a conqueror of nations, their first step into central asia is a major point of disagreement. Weatherford mentions the way jeffrey chaucer paid tribute to the contribution of the mongol race to the future development of the european society, and wonders how the image of mongols could have changed so drastically within a short period of time. The mongols had a positive military reputation as their military tactics and organisation enabled the mongol empire to conquer nearly all of continental asia, the middle east and parts of eastern europe. The mongol empire made contributions in almost every area of humankind's accomplishments they fostered religious tolerance, made progress in engineering , agriculture and law.