Compare And Contrast Islamic States And Mongol Khanates

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Islamic States and Mongol khanates differed in their currency systems. Islamic States and Mongol khanates contrasted on religious thoughts. Islamic States and Mongol khanates were similar in their deciding of who would become their leader. Islamic States and Mongol khanates are unalike because they used dissimilar money and systems of beliefs but are alike because of their struggles of deciding who would rule. Islamic States and Mongol khanates contrasted in currency systems. Genghis Khan certified the use of paper money before he passed away. This was aided by metals and silk. Although this worked for a little while, it became unsuccessful. Islamic States used muslim gold and silver dinars as their currency. Where as the Mongol khanates use of paper money failed, the Islamic States use of muslim gold and silver dinars went on to be used very successfully.…show more content…
The Islamic States believed religious and political leadership were similar. They were theocratic. Mongol khanates were secular and religion was mostly pagan. The religious leadership they had was seperate from military leadership, where as Islamic States believe the two should be combined. However, the Islamic States and Mongol khanates were similar in their battles of who would become ruler. After the death of Caliph Harun-al-Rashid, his two sons began to fight for the throne. This caused a fourth civil war. After the death of Genghis Khan his four sons continued the expansion. After the death of Ogedei, whom was the second Great Khan, there was a great dispute over who would become the next successor. This disturbance caused the Mongols to withdraw east of Kiev. These battles have been a great cultural point throughout

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