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Mongol warrior (13th century)

Mongol warrior (13th century)

The dreaded warriors of the Mongol Empire helped to make it one of the largest empires in history.

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Keywords

Mongol warrior, Mongolian, fighter, soldier, arrow, quiver, bow, history, Middle Ages

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Questions

  • Where did Mongol warriors keep their arrows?
  • What were the helmets worn by Mongol warriors made of?
  • Complete the sentence: \n\nThe Mongol cavalry did not use ...
  • What was the armour of Mongol soldiers usually made of?
  • Which weapon was not part of the Mongols´ equipment?
  • What type of horses did the Mongols have?
  • Which description fits the Mongols´ ´destroy - withdraw - destroy´ tactics?
  • Who gave an eyewitness account of the Mongol invasion of Hungary?
  • Where did King Béla IV flee during the Mongol invasion?
  • What did King Béla IV. do after the Mongol invasion?
  • Is it true that most of the Kingdom of Hungary remained unharmed by the Mongol invaders?
  • Is it true that in 1242 the Mongols suddenly left Hungary?
  • When did the Battle of Muhi take place?
  • Where did the crucial battle between the Mongol and the Hungarian armies take place?
  • Who was the King of Hungary during the Mongol invasion?
  • Who was the Mongol ruler at the time of the invasion of Europe?
  • Is it true that the Mongols were nomadic people?
  • Is it true that the aim of the Dominican expedition led by\nFriar Julianus was to find the Mongols?
  • Who was the first European traveller to bring news of the upcoming Mongol invasion of Europe?
  • Who was appointed leader of the invasion of Europe?
  • Who founded the Mongol Empire?
  • Which type of soldiers made the Mongol army successful?
  • On which continent was the homeland of the Mongols?

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