Also known as Temujin, this person was born in 1162, to a nomadic family, in what is modern day Mongolia. There are reports that this person was born with a blood clot in-hand.
Living from 1215 to 1294, this Fifth Great Khan ruled from 1260 to 1294 and was responsible for the demise of the Sung dynasty.
The Early Mongols
These nomads largely originated from Turkey and were encouraged by a large country nearby to fight amongst each other.
Captured from the Merkid tribe, this person was a parent to the individual known as Temujin.
From the Merkid tribe, this person bore the individual known as Temujin.
This person was a dear friend to the individual known as Temujin when they were young, and grew to become his most bitter rival.
This person was the fourth Great Khan of the Mongols.
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