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It is then related how "Just the sight of her holding the banner and shouting caused half of the people to stop and turn back with her." Even if the banner is described as belonging to her husband, it is clear from the context that his wife was partaking in the authority it conferred, and that Hoelun's leadership in fact was acknowledged, so that the rival clan had to forcibly break it and make the rest of the people abandon Hoelun and her children.
The crucial role of Hoelun is additionally confirmed when the Secret History relates how the Great Mongol himself acknowledges how his career was facilitated by the skills and labor of his mother.
A close reading of the Secret history even yields the impression that its later translators may have tried to downplay the role of woman by making the males more superior than they were.Later he "passed away," and his widow subsequently gave birth to three sons.These three sons are described as being the result of no earthly man, but of divine impregnation.This undoubtedly was an old rivalry now surfacing again, and the result was that the Tayichi'ut people abandoned Hoelun, and then forced the other members of the camp to follow them.The Secret History describes mother Hoelun as holding the banner of her husband and shouting to them to return to her.
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