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Mongols, Turks and Others: Eurasian Nomads and the Sedentary World
The interaction between the Eurasian pastoral nomads - most famously the Mongols and Turks - and the surrounding sedentary societies is a major theme in world history. Nomads were not only raiders
The Mongol Empire and its legacy
List of Maps and Figure List of Abbreviations Notes on Dates and Transliterations List of Contributors Introduction Early History of the Mongol Empire What the Partridge Told the Eagle: A Neglected
Did Chinggis Khan Have a Jewish Teacher? an Examination of an Early Fourteenth-Century Arabic Text
The answer to the question posed in the title of this article is no, or rather: no, at least as far as we are aware of at this time. My hope here, however, is not to attract the reader's attention
True to Their Ways: Why the Qara Khitai Did Not Convert to Islam
  • R. Amitai
  • History
    Mongols, Turks, and Others
  • 1 January 2005
a Iranica Revue bibliographique pour le domaine irano-aryen Volume 29 | 2008 Comptes rendus des publications de 2006 « True to their Ways: Why the Qara Khitai did not Convert to Islam », in : R.
The Mongols in the Islamic Lands: Studies in the History of the Ilkhanate
The Mongols had a profound effect on the regions that they ruled in the eastern Muslim world, from the first Mongol invasion in 1219 through the breakup of the Ilkhanate in 1335 and the various,