(A) Russian tribesmen who had wandered eastward
(B) Inuit wanderers who had come from the north
(C) a mixture of Central Asian, Turkic, and Paleoasiatic peoples
(E) the Han Chinese
(E) Dravidian peoples who had intermarried with indigenous shamanic peoples of Central Asia
(A) warfare, nation building
(B) administration, warfare
(C) archery, horsemanship
(D) nation building, cultural borrowing
(E) architecture, painting
(A) light cavalry archers
(B) heavy cavalry lancers
(C) light infantry javelin throwers
(D) heavy infantry pikesmen
(E) heavy infantry armed with muskets
I. They had the largest army of all time.
II. They adopted advanced technology quickly.
III. They organized their armies efficiently.
IV. They were talented cavalrymen.
(A) I, II, and III
(B) II, III, and IV
(C) I and III only
(D) I only
(E) all of the above
(A) the Jagadai Khanate
(B) the Il-Khan Kingdom
(C) the Golden Horde
(E) the Khazar Realm
(A) They tended to adopt the religions of the people they had defeated.
(B) They learned equestrian skills from the Europeans.
(C) They adopted the Persian language as their written script.
(D) They borrowed portions of a law code from the French.
(E) They began dressing like Russians.
(A) The Mongols wanted to revert to pastoralism again.
(B) They failed to administer such a large territory effectively.
(C) After Genghis Khan died, his successors were too incompetent to rule.
(D) Russia conquered Mongolia.
(E) none of the above