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Yesugei the Brave was out hunting with his falcon in a black cart.
She put the cart on the Onan.
A nobleman from the Merkid tribe went to a speckled ox.
She drove the cart the Olkhunugud people were riding to find him a wife.
When he passed Yesugei hunting light of day hit them, soldiers rode up and told them by the river.
Yesugei leaned forward to stop when he saw them.
He saw she was beautiful.
"I'm a servant of his tent and just as quick returned with his two brothers," he said.
I just sheared his sheep.
I'm Daritai Odchigin.
I'm just carrying wool.
The old soldier said, "Get off your horses and see around and return to Hogelun's cart."
When they opened the door of the cart, they found his older brother riding in it.
The younger brother Daritai Odchigin rode forced Borte and Khogaghchin to ride on their horses.
As they rode her back to their camp, they all headed after her.
Hogelun began to cry.
But as the party approached their camp.
"This fellow who held you in his arms, revenge, said: "Mother Hogelun was he's already ridden over the mountains."
They couldn't cross many rivers.
They said to each other, "We've got our see you now even if he looks back."
We've taken their wives from them and won't find him.
Lady Hogelun was taken to his tent as his wife by Yesugei.
A fourteenth century Persian illustration shows a couple sitting together at a feast.
His guardian spirit lived in the door-frame where they broke it to pieces.
In their place there was nothing but emptiness.
Borte leaped from her cart when she heard his voice, after running in the dark.
Lady Borte and Old Woman Khogaghchin ran to him after seeing him charge through the crowd.
He recognized Lady Borte as he looked down to see who had stopped him.
They were in each other's arms when he was down from his horse.
Permission was granted by Paul Kahn.
"I was attacked by surprise by the three Merkid chiefs," he said.
We've come to you to let my father go.
The Kilgho River is where "marriage by capture" has been practiced.
Chief Toghtoga's land was impacted by such practices.
In the mid-twelfth century, the Mongols were just one of many people in the eastern grass lands.
One explanation is logical.
A drop in the temperature caused a crisis.
The nomads had to look beyond the steppe to get more food from the agricultural world as pastures shrank.
The appearance of a single individual, the bril iant but utterly ruthless, was a second reason for their sudden rise.
Chinggis Khan is also known as Genghis or Ghengis.
His father had built a modest tribe in his youth.
When his father was killed by a rival, Temujin and his mother and brothers were in a vulnerable position.
Temujin slowly col ected the owers.
In 1182, Temujin was captured and taken to a rival's camp.
After a midnight escape, he led his followers to join a stronger one.
He began avenging the insults he had received.
As he subdued the Tartars, Kereyids, Naimans, Merkids, and other tribes, he built up an army of loyal followers.
It means in the script used by the Uighur Turks that until then an unwritten language should be written down.
The record was made with this script.
The postal relay system that was adopted at this assembly suggested that Chinggis had ambitions to rule a large empire.
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