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 During the thirteenth century, the Mongolian Empire dominated Eurasia through theconquests of Ghenis Khan, and the victories over vast regions of people and land allowed for theestablishment of trade routes across great distances. This merger of lands permitted the beginning of trade between the oriental and occidental; therefore, the Mongolian Empire became an agent for theunprecedented exchange of ideas, goods, and political gestures on an international scale. There weremultiple causes that lead the Mongols to connect the great nations of the time, and the rise andimpact of the Mongol Empire resulted from trade routes between the contemporary greatcivilizations emerged as a result of widespread military conquests; desire for luxury trade items,knowledge, and technology; unified rule; and female participation in trade concerns