Genghis Khan: Part Two

Swords and weaponry used during the Khan family reign.

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Marco Polo gave this sword to Genghis Khan as a gift.
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Sword General’s Halberd

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This triple-bow siege crossbow was huge.  These photos don’t show how massive it was seeing it in person.

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Mongolian warriors and the way of life during Khan’s reign.

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Koreans were under Mongol rule from 1250 to 1392, and paid tribute/tax to the Mongols in weapons and armor.   This is one example.

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Korean tribute helmet made of iron from 1350
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Mongolian helmet made of iron from 1600

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Stirrups made of iron from 1600
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Bridle bits made of iron from 1850 to 1900
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Saddle made of wood and leather from 1800
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Saddle made of wood with ray skin cover from 1580

The whole ensemble of helmet, sword, gun, and arrow.

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Chain-mail armor made of iron from 13th to 14th century

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Continue to part three of pottery, carvings, and other small items.

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One Comment on “Genghis Khan: Part Two

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