Item description for The Mongol Empire and Its Legacy (Brill's Scholars' List) by David Morgan & Reuven Amitai-Preiss...
The Mongol Empire was founded by Chinggis Khan in the early thirteenth century. Within the span of two generations it embraced most of Asia, thus becoming the largest land-based state in history. The united empire lasted only until around 1260, but the major successor states continued for many generations, in the Middle East, present-day Russia, Central Asia and China. It left a lasting impact on these areas and their peoples, which was often far from negative The papers in this volume offer fresh perspectives on the Mongol Empire, its rule in the eastern Islamic world, Central Asia and China, and the legacy of this rule. Various authors approach the matter from a variety of views, including political, military, social, cultural and intellectual. In doing so, they shed a new light on the Mongol Empire. This publication has also been published in hardback, please click here for details.
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Studio: Brill Academic Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 1.25" Width: 6.25" Height: 9.25" Weight: 1.5 lbs.
Release Date Aug 18, 2000
Publisher Brill Academic Publishers
ISBN 9004119469 ISBN13 9789004119468
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More About David Morgan & Reuven Amitai-Preiss
David Morgan is professor of religion at Duke University.
David Morgan has an academic affiliation as follows - University of Wisconsin.
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Major evaluation of the Mongol impact on history Jan 16, 2001
The Mongol empire was founded early in the thirteenth century by Chinggis Khan and within the span of two generations embraced most of Asia, becoming the largest land based state in history. The united empire lasted only until around 1260 but the major successor states continued on in the Middle East, present day Russia, Central Asia and China for generations, leaving a lasting impact much of which was far from negative on these areas and their peoples. The papers in this volume present new perspectives on the establishment of the Mongol empire, Mongol rule in the eastern Islamic world, Central Asia and China, and the legacy of this rule. The various authors approach these subjects from the view of political, military, social, cultural and intellectual history. Most of the essays offer original research and visit major controversies in Mongol studies. Now that the volume is priced for individual purchase the volume should become an optional text for class use. The book is a must-read for the specialist and worth a close look by generalists.