Genghis Khan
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Temüjin Khan (abt. 1162 - 1227)

Temüjin (Genghis) Khan
Born about in Delüün Boldog, Khentii Mountains, Mongoliamap
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
[spouse(s) unknown]
[children unknown]
Died at about age 65 [location unknown]
Profile last modified | Created 8 Nov 2009
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Biography

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Genghis Khan is Notable.

Genghis was the son of Yesügei, by his second wife Hoelun.

Research Notes

Rodovid site provides decent genealogy of Genghis Khan, which can be used as a reference to WikiTree.
Archaeologists believe they have found the burial site of Genghis Khan. [1]

Sources

  1. Underground Science: Tomb of Genghis Khan
  • Ewen Callaway, E. (2015, January 23). Genghis Khan's genetic legacy has competition. Nature. www.nature.com


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I am shocked that no information has been recorded on the ancestry and descent of Genghis Khan. It is very easy information to find. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Genghis_Khan
Genghis Khan followed the contemporary tradition by taking several morganatic wives in addition to his principal wife, whose property passed to their youngest son, also following tradition. Found Genghis Khan listed on Wikipedia - Morganatic Marriages. He is listed as one of the Royal men who married morganatically. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Morganatic_marriage.

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posted by Paula (Hawkins) Reinke
edited by Paula (Hawkins) Reinke
Reply to: "Would you add Category:Mongolian Notables to this profile."

I would prefer Cathegory:GenghisKhanDynasty (or notables) as the subset of Category:Mongolian Notables. The special interest of Cathegory:GenghisKhanDynasty is that it can be traced up to now by DNA. With future progress in DNA it would be even more precise and wide.

posted by Alexandre Rozanov
Would you add Category:Mongolian Notables to this profile.

Thanks,

posted by [Living Moore]
Seeing as Genghis Khan is such an iconic member of genetic history, it would be useful and should be easy to build up the tree around him for some people with the right permissions: This Wikipedia article is a good reference, other people have done the research. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Family_tree_of_Genghis_Khan
posted by Joshua Smith
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"In 2003 a groundbreaking historical genetics paper reported results which indicated that a substantial proportion of men in the world are direct line descendants of Genghis Khan.." [1]"as many as 0.5% of the total world population might be descendants of Genghis Khan" [2]

Family Tree [3]

posted by Sunny (Trimbee) Clark

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