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IDEAS OF EMPIRE IN EARLY MING CHINA: THE LEGACY OF THE MONGOL EMPIRE IN CHINESE IMPERIAL VISIONS, 1368-1500

@inproceedings{Eirkson2019IDEASOE,
  title={IDEAS OF EMPIRE IN EARLY MING CHINA: THE LEGACY OF THE MONGOL EMPIRE IN CHINESE IMPERIAL VISIONS, 1368-1500},
  author={Christopher Eirkson},
  year={2019}
}
In the mid-fourteenth century the branch of the Mongol empire in China, the Yuan dynasty (1279-1368), collapsed. In its wake arose a new political order, the Ming dynasty (1368-1644), the last imperial state in China founded by Chinese. The cultural and ethnic differences between the rulers and courts of these two dynasties suggests stark differences between them, and the rhetoric of early Ming rulers, when read at face value, indicates that the Ming represented the resurgence of native… Expand

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