Gerege (symbol of diplomatic immunity)
After that Gengis Kan created the unit in Mongolia in 1206, he introduced a first form of cash
looking to a kind of metallic coin, with the picture of a horseman. And in 1227 the first
bank-note. There were the gerege too (paiza in chinese, tavola in italian) that allowed
to those who had one, going on a territory without having problems or arrested. They were of gold,
silver or wood, one foot long (30cm) and about a third foot large (10cm).
Those of gold, given by emperor, gave been considered as the person of emperor himself, and allowed
having all needed for a trip (horses, food and material).