What was unique about the Mongol rulers Töregene Khatun and Oghul Qaimish?
After the death of Genghis Khan’s son Ögödei, Ögödei’s wife, Töregene, became regent of the empire, assuming complete power and pursuing her own policies of international diplomacy and trade. A few years later, her daughter-in-law Oghul Qaimish took the helm but had to defend against other claimants to the throne.
They were children
They were European
They were women
They were pacifists
The correct answer is They were women.