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This website is a featured module about the Monglos that is posted on a site called "Asia for Educators," a resouce created by the Weatherhead East Asian Institute at Columbia University. The site was created to educate and help those who are teaching East Asian history. The site in question is one of the many featured modules that has been posted. It is very well organized with helpful photos and links to further information. There are different subheadings that are links to information on the Mongol way of life (ie. thier nomadic lifestyle, how they provided subsistance for themselves), details about thier conquests, the mark they left on the rest of the world and China, and information on specific 'key figures' in Mongol history such as Genghis Khan and Khubilai Khan. The site provides ...
This is an evaualtion of a website entitiled 'Mongols' that was posted by the 'Asia for Educations' website.