In 2003, DNA testings discovered that 8% of the men living in the region of the Mongol Empire holds Y-chromosomes similar to Ghenghis Khan. That means it's 16 million of descendants of today. Even his grandson and son had a huge number of sons: over 20!
Empress Wu most powerful women in China Tang Dynasty she elevate the statute of women in China politics agriculture. Sure she murdered her own children to move into the Emperor's #1 concubine position but we'll take that part with a grain of salt 030615
GENGHIS KHAN 1162-1227 .Originally known as Temüjin of the Borjigin, Genghis was born holding a clot of blood in his hand. His father was khan of a small tribe, but he was murdered when Temüjin was still very young. The new tribal leader wanted nothing to do with Temüjin's family, so with his mother and five other children, Temüjin was cast out and left to die.