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== Recognition Title == Moreover the Yasa forbade maruan that is spies but probably only if determined against the Mongols (also Councils of Wang Mang)

Genghis Khan's grave found[edit]

Leaving this here for the regular editors. I'm sure a better source will appear in the next few weeks. Tom Reedy (talk) 04:45, 15 May 2016 (UTC)

I tracked this down and it originates from World News Daily Report, a parody website.--3family6 (Talk to me | See what I have done) 18:00, 15 May 2016 (UTC)
Apologies. My bad. Tom Reedy (talk) 14:31, 17 May 2016 (UTC)

New paragraph[edit]

It is unclear if Mongolia did not protect the Huns from genocide because I was interested in photographs on the Google Image List.

Another new paragraph[edit]

Genghis Khan´s wife was Bortei Chino-a Ulemjiin usually known as Burte, or Bortai, and all other women mentioned under spouse were his noekoeger his women followers with whom he had it was thought often by Tatars, physical relationships, and who stated to have daughters by him, he referred to his women followers noekoeger, followers masculine noekoer could have a friend dimension, as his ranks of admirers, and Ibaqa married another man. So this section should be made less assertive on spouses — Preceding unsigned comment added by 93.108.108.192 (talk) 11:06, 12 July 2016 (UTC)

Possible errors in Section 4.4: Khwarezmian Empire[edit]

Section 4.4 seems to have multiple misspellings of "Khwarezmia" and related terms. ("Khwarzemia," "Khwarazmian," etc.) I'm no expert so didn't want to make changes in case these were intentional differences in spelling. But wanted to alert the editors. 2600:100B:B106:1C0E:5823:239D:3AA6:3C3 (talk) 17:06, 3 September 2016 (UTC)

All of these spellings are correct, you can find sources for any of them. But for this article, the spelling should be standardized.--3family6 (Talk to me | See what I have done) 03:56, 4 September 2016 (UTC)

Semi-protected edit request on 12 September 2016[edit]

Please add to reference in Modern culture - in a new Fine Art section In 2015 Artist Hili Greenfeld exhibited a project called - Gengis Khan's Mausoleum in was a room size 4X3 mr installation made of polystyrene, pigments, two white flags, painted synthetic grass, concrete.

The scene simulated a mausoleum for the infamous Mongolian leader Gengis Khan. It contained a painting of Khan, a gravestone, two white flags, concrete sculptures of sarcophagi and Madeleine cookies, with painted wooden totems on the sides. Set in a dark room, the installation was illuminated by custom-made lighting. Mongolian culture forbids the creation of a grave for the leader, supposedly so as to enable his soul to stay in the 'sulde', his warrior spirit flag. The white flags are the artists symbol of trying to make the infamous leader surrender. That is opposed to her feeling towards her leaders today. The work was meant to approach the relationship with strong leaders in a critical aspect.

resource - http://www.hiligreenfeld.com/gengis-khan-s-mausoleum


מאגיקרטל (talk) 06:31, 12 September 2016 (UTC)

X mark.svg Not done Please provide independent secondary sources (newspapers, magazines, etc), not the artist's own website. --Ebyabe talk - Welfare State ‖ 07:49, 12 September 2016 (UTC)

Genghis Khan was born named Timor or Timur[edit]

Genghis Khan was born named Timor or Timur 1. Malay compass bearing for east is Timor (China)

  1.1 at that time China was held by the Mongols
  1.1 west is Barat or Bharat (India)

2. Timur the lame - he saw himself as Genghis Khan's heir and pretending

  2.1 Real name of Timur the lame is lost in history

3. Temujin is two words Timur + Jin meaning Honorable Timur

  3.1 to add the suffix "ji" in Hindi is show of respect
  3.2 to add the suffix "toh" in Japanese is reserved for the King
      3.2.1 Japanese people will say moskeet instead of mosquito  — Preceding unsigned comment added by 120.141.155.216 (talk) 16:37, 16 September 2016 (UTC)