Central Asian King Timur: The 3 Conquerors of Europe and Asia, the Etymology of the Multiple Names of Timur, Timur’s Favored Invasion Tactic, the Entertainment Works Produced for Timur, Timur Being Exhumed by the Soviet Union, Timur’s Mistake of Using Slave Labor, Timur’s Death and Crumbling Empire, the Grandeur and Mystery of Timur’s Burial Casket, Timur’s Living and Sleeping Preferences, Persian Mathematician Al-Khwarizmi’s Contribution to Mathematics, the Etymology of “Algebra”, and Al-Khwarizmi Helping to Spark the Renaissance

3 conquers swept through the regions between Europe and Asia, Alexander the Great in the 3rd century BC, Genghis Khan in the 13th century, and Timur in the 14th century. Timur was referred to using multiple different names including Tamerlain, Tamburlaine, and Timur Lang, primarily because these names were in different languages. Each name meant “Timur the Lame” as Timur was wounded by arrow during a multitude of battles which causes him to walk with a limp. One of Timur’s favorite tricks was to...

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