Explanation: Both the Mongols and the Persians left cultural, political, and economic traditions in place, and even some conquered rulers as well. The Mongols typically moved into areas that were already occupied and used the resources that were already in place. Since they were nomadic, building large monuments to glorify themselves was not part of their culture (B). Neither culture is known for promoting equality for women. Both had traditions of harems (C). The Persians were not monotheistic (D); the religion that they were known for developing, Zoroastrianism, had two opposing godlike forces.