|Date:||January 13, 2013|
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Timur never learned to read or write, but despite his illiteracy, historical records show him to be very intelligent with a strong intellectual curiosity. Timur is also known as Tamerlane, which means to "Tamer the Lame" and refers to a physical handicap in which the left part of his body was partially paralyzed due to an injury sustained in battle...
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Timur is also known as Tamerlane, which means to "Tamer the Lame" and refers to a physical handicap in which the left part of his body was partially paralyzed due to an injury sustained in battle. The word "timur" means "iron" in mongolian. In 1941, Russian anthropologist Mikhail M. Gerasimov exhumed the skeleton of Timur, and found him to be 5' 8" tall, which was tall for his era and race, and also ascertained Timur's physical disability...
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