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Evil People from Ancient Age Stories of people with power who are sinful and abusive to other people..

The mystery began on August when Mongol leader Genghis Khan died of unknown causes while leading a military campaign in China.

The frustrating hunt for Genghis Khan’s long-lost tomb just got a whole lot easier - The Washington Post

The frustrating hunt for Genghis Khan’s long-lost tomb just got a whole lot easier

Fue el héroe mongol del Siglo XIII.

Finding Hidden Tomb Of Genghis Khan Using Non-Invasive Technologies -- ScienceDaily

Ancient City Ruled by Genghis Khan’s Successors Unearthed in Russia - http://www.newhistorian.com/ancient-city-ruled-genghis-khans-successors-unearthed-russia/1928/

Genghis Khan's Forces Starve Beijing into Submission

Kublai Khan, 5th Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, grandson of Chinggis.

Kubla (Kublai) Khan, Emperor of the Yuan Dynasty, whose capital was originally Xanadu, a place where Samuel Taylor Coleridge visited.

Genghis Khan.The opinion about Genghis Khan vary in nature and tone a great deal, depending upon who you ask. For most of Asians and Chinese Khan is a cultural hero who brought freedom and prosperity for his people. While for the Iranians and people of the Middle East Khan was the most ruthless murderer world had ever seen. Historically Khan slaughtered a close to 15 million inhabitants of Persian plateau. As compared to Mao’s killing figures these numbers seem a fraction but on percentage…

Community Post: 34 Historical Figures With The Most Facial Hair Swag

Blasts from the past... The one of the first dog in space Pisses me OFF. Makes me SO MAD. CRUEL CRUEL CRUEL.........

Some awesome historical photographs that show people have always been just a bit crazy at times!

WTF Facts : funny, interesting & weird facts

WTF Facts : funny, interesting & weird facts They will someday,,,God only knows what will Be found !

Genghis Khan (1162? – August 1227), born Temujin, was the founder and Great Khan (emperor) of the Mongol Empire, which became the largest contiguous empire in history after his death.

Ögedei Khan - was the third son of Genghis Khan and second Great Khan of the Mongol Empire, succeeding his father. / Portrait of Ögedei Khan (the century). Recreation of a Yuan portrait in the National Palace Museum in Taipei.

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