A museum in Nantes says that it decided to pause the exhibition after Chinese authorities asked that names and terms like “Genghis Khan,” “empire,” and “Mongol” not be used in the exhibition.
It’s hard to imagine a time when present-day Russia didn’t exist. But along the banks of the Volga River in modern-day Saratov, a reminder is being unearthed.
OAKLAND, California — Nobody knows where Genghis Khan’s body is, but there’s plenty of evidence of his DNA. A staggering report noted that some 16 million people can thank the Khan for their heritage. That’s roughly 1 in 200 men in the world.