Validation by Holiness or Sovereignty: Religious Toleration as Political Theology in the Mongol World Empire of the Thirteenth Century

@article{Atwood2004ValidationBH,
  title={Validation by Holiness or Sovereignty: Religious Toleration as Political Theology in the Mongol World Empire of the Thirteenth Century},
  author={C. Atwood},
  journal={The International History Review},
  year={2004},
  volume={26},
  pages={237 - 256}
}
  • C. Atwood
  • Published 2004
  • History
  • The International History Review
  • conquerors have been famous for religious toleration since the time of Edward Gibbon. The willingness to patronize many religions and to acknowledge their followers as praying to the same heaven comes as a refreshing change for students of the Middle Ages. Gibbon pioneered the use of the Mongol case to criticize medieval obscurantism when he interpolated into his account of the decline and fall of the Roman Empire a digression on the religious policy of Chinggis Khan. In the midst of a story… CONTINUE READING

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