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"The Mongols, a nomadic people whose lifestyle involved raiding, grew in power and number, becoming a force that would eventually threaten China and other areas ... "
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"The present-day country of Mongolia is located in eastern and central Asia. This nation, bordering Russia and China, has been populated by nomadic tribes since prehistoric times ... "
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"Along with Western missionaries, traders from the West (particularly from Genoa) began to arrive in the Mongol domains, mostly in Persia and eventually farther east ... "
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"The Middle Ages in Europe and the Middle East were marked by three invasions of Central Asian nomads: the Huns, the Turks, and finally the Mongols. The latter would conquer the largest empire of all and exert an enormous influence on history, paving the way for the Age of Exploration ... "
'There seems to be a consensus among historians of the Mongol empire that revenge and blood-feuding were integral parts of early Mongol society. The absence of central authority and the division of the population into supposedly kinship-based “tribal” groupings were thought to have rendered revenge the only reliable means of protecting collective rights and honor...'