The Mongols and the Armenians (1220-1335)

  title={The Mongols and the Armenians (1220-1335)},
  author={Bayarsaikhan Dashdondog},
Covering more than one century, this book describes the complex issues of Mongol-Armenian political relations that involved many different ethnic groups in a vast geographical area stretching from China to the Mediterranean coast in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries. 

New Light on Early Mongol Islamisation: The Case of Arghun Aqa's Family1

  • I. Landa
  • Sociology
    Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
  • 2018
Abstract The paper discusses the questions of the alleged conversion of Arghun Aqa, the powerful Mongol governor of great parts of Western Asia in the mid-13th century, to Islam, claimed by the

Reframing the lands of Rum: Architecture and style in eastern Anatolia, 1240--1320

iii Acknowledgements viii Note on Transliteration and Dates xii List of Figures xiii List of Maps xx

The Longue Durée: Village Life through the Ages

abstract:The three preceding articles in this issue traced village life at Çadır Höyük from the fourth millennium BCE to its probable final abandonment in the thirteenth or possibly the fourteenth

About some Controversial Stories Related to the Campaign of Chormagan in Iran in Muslim Sources

Research objectives: The Mongol-Khorezm war of 1219–1221 affected mainly the lands of Khorasan, Transoxiana and modern Afghanistan, while the Iranian territories did not experience the horrors of the

Apocalypse of the Thirteenth Century: the First Russian Encounter with the Mongols through the Prism of the Medieval Mind

Research objective: The idea has already been expressed that the eschatological image of the Mongols of Russian annalists, recorded in the Tale of the Battle on the Kalka River of 1223, after some


  • G. Margaryan
  • History, Economics
    History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Caucasus
  • 2022
Since the Early Middle Ages, it had been characteristic for the countries with feudal social system that not only the great secular rulers, but also the cleric power acted as major feudalists. This

Politics, Patronage and the Transmission of Knowledge in 13th - 15th Century Tabriz

Table of Contents Introduction Judith Pfeiffer (University of Oxford, UK) From Baghdad to Maragha, Tabriz, and beyond: Tabriz and the multi-cephalous cultural, religious, and intellectual landscape


This article is devoted to the history of the Kypchak sultans and emirs in the Middle East in 1310-1382. Having come to power, an-Nasir Muhammad took up the reorganization of the power vertical in



The Mongols in Iran: Chingiz Khan to Uljaytu 1220–1309

Part 1. The Governors 1. Aristotle to Nasir al-Din Tusi 2. Yalavach 3. Jalal al-Dim 4. Kirgiz 5. Arghun Aqa Part 2. The Khans 6. Abaqa 7. Tegudar and Arghun 8. Arghun 9. Gayghaktu, Baydu and Ghazan

The Secret History of the Mongols: A Mongolian epic chronicle of the thirteenth century

The Secret History of the Mongols: A Mongolian epic chronicle of the thirteenth century Translated with a historical and philological commentary by Igor De Rachewiltz. Leiden & Boston: (MA) Brill.

The Empire of the Qara Khitai in Eurasian History: Between China and the Islamic World

Part I. Political History: 1. From Liao to Western Liao: Yelu Dashi and the establishment of the Qara Khitai Empire 2. The quiet period: the reign of Yilie and the Empresses 3. The fall: between the

A Political and Diplomatic History of Afghanistan, 1863-1901

Afghanistan emerged as a nation-state after Amir 'Abd al-Rahman Khan consolidated the central authority in its most formative period of its history in the late nineteenth century. All this at a time

The Lion of Egypt: Sultan Baybars I and the near East in the Thirteenth Century

The political background of Baybar's youth Baybar's origins and rise to power Baybars as Sultan. Appendices: Mongol influences on the Mamluk state Baybar's embassies to Berke Khan the Khutba for

Young Mongols and Vigilantes in Inner Mongolia's Interregnum Decades, 1911-1931

In this narrative of the underground world of pan-Mongolist agitation in China, the author shows how the paradoxical legacy of China's New Policies reforms left ethnically-based nationalism as the

The Ancient Near East c. 3000-330 bc

The region in discussion embraces a vast geographical area, from the borders of Iran and Afghanistan in the east to the Levant and Anatolia, and from the Black Sea in the north to Egypt in the south.

Beyond the legacy of Genghis Khan

This publication offers a wide-ranging account of the Mongols in western and eastern Asia in the aftermath of Genghis Khan's disruptive invasions of the early thirteenth century, focusing on the

The Empire and the Khanate: A Political History of Qing Relations with Khoqand C.1760-1860

Drawing primarily on Qing archival sources, this study charts the changes in Qing policy that characterized the empire's relations with the Central Asian khanate of Khoqand, from the Qianlong era to

The Armenian history attributed to Sebeos

The History attributed to Sebeos is one of the major works of early Armenian historiography. Although anonymous, it was written in the middle of the seventh century, a time when comparable chronicles