The Commons in Mongolia





In
the early medieval period nomadic herders travelled across huge territories
freely however access to land over time, while remaining communal became more formalized
and restricted.  Genghis Khan (1162?-1227) granted land to his allies to
cement his political and military power.  This allowed a Mongolian
nobility to control communal pastureland and they were able to tax herders.
 Thus as in

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