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Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Genghis Khan for showing that
ancient leaders were just as bad as some of the ones today.

Genghis Khan
Terror and Conquest

Genghis Khan (2006) - 50 minutes
Genghis Khan at Amazon.com

He was a blood-thirsty warrior whose brutal campaigns of conquest helped to create one of the greatest empires in history.

Born in the 12th century on the steppes of Mongolia, Genghis Khan was a proficient hunter and a natural-born leader from the very start. He also showed his capacity for ruthlessness at an early age when he murdered his half-brother over a childhood argument about a fish. In this fascinating program from Biography®, follow the infamous warlord's rise to power: from his brilliant tactics in psychological warfare to the alliances he both created and shattered, to his seemingly endless successes on the bloody battlefields of 13th-century Asia.

Genghis Khan is the story of one of the most enigmatic and calculating rulers of all time - a man whose hunger for power and subjugation both destroyed and united nations across the world.

10-12-16 Western contact with China began long before Marco Polo, experts say
Western contact with China began long before Marco Polo, experts say
China and the West were in contact more than 1,500 years before European explorer Marco Polo arrived in China, new findings suggest. rchaeologists say inspiration for the Terracotta Warriors, found at the Tomb of the First Emperor near today's Xian, may have come from Ancient Greece. They also say ancient Greek artisans could have been training locals there in the Third Century BC. Polo's 13th Century journey to China was the first to be well-documented. However, Chinese historians recorded much earlier visits by people thought by some to have been emissaries from the Roman Empire during the Second and Third Centuries AD. "We now have evidence that close contact existed between the First Emperor's China and the West before the formal opening of the Silk Road. This is far earlier than we formerly thought," said Senior Archaeologist Li Xiuzhen, from the Emperor Qin Shi Huang's Mausoleum Site Museum.

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Genghis Khan
Terror and Conquest

Sioux Falls Scientists endorse Genghis Khan for showing that
ancient leaders were just as bad as some of the ones today.