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The successors of Genghis Khan. Translated from the Persian by John Andrew Boyle.


New York, Columbia University Press, 1971.
ISBN 0231033516, 9780231033510

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Standard Title Jāmiʻ al-tavārīkh. Tārīkh-i Ghāzānī. English
Subjects Asia -- History.
China -- History -- 1912-1949.
India -- History -- British occupation, 1765-1947.
Mongolia -- History.
Mongols -- Histoire -- Ouvrages avant 1800.
Mongols -- History.
Mongols.
Russia -- History.
Series Persian heritage series ; no. 10.
Description xi, 372 pages genealogical tables 23 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Translation of volume 2 of the first section (commonly known as Tārīkh-i Ghāzānī) of the author's Jāmiʻ al-tavārīkh.
Includes bibliographical references.
Summary Empires were established in India, Russia, China from the Mongolian Khans.
Contents Brginning of the history of Ögetei Qaʼan, the son of Chingiz-Khan : history of Ögetei Qaʼan, which is in three parts -- History of Jochi Khan, which is in three parts -- History of Chaghatai Khan, the son of Chingiz-Khan, which is in three parts -- Beginning of the history of Tolui Khan, the son of Chingiz-Khan : history of Tolui Khan, which is in three parts -- History of Güyük Qaʼan, the son of Chingis-Khan -- Beginning of the history of Möngke Qaʼan, the son of Tolui Khan, the son of Chingiz-Khan : history of Möngke Qaʼan, which is in three parts -- Beginning of the history of Qubilai Qaʼan, the son of Tolui Khan, the son of Chingis-Khan : history of Qubilai Qaʼan -- Beginning of the history of Temür Qaʼan, the son of Jim-Gim, the son of Qubilai Qaʼan, the son of Tolui Khan, the son of Chingiz-Khan : history of Temür Qaʼan, which is in three parts.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Mongolia
Asia, Central
Network Numbers (OCoLC)160563
(OCoLC)ocm00160563
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Rashīd al-Dīn Ṭabīb, 1247?-1318.
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