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Cambridge History of Inner Asia The Chinggisid Age

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ISBN-10: 0521849268

ISBN-13: 9780521849265

Edition: 2009

Authors: Robert McChesney, Nicola Di Cosmo, Allen J. Frank, Peter B. Golden

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List price: $159.99
Copyright year: 2009
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Publication date: 8/27/2009
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 516
Size: 6.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 2.134
Language: English

Peter B. Golden is Professor Emeritus of History and Director of the Middle Eastern Studies Program, Rutgers University.

List of figure and maps
List of contributors
Note on transliteration
List of abbreviations
The Rise of the Chinggisids
Inner Asia c. 1200
The Mongol age in Eastern Inner Asia
The Mongols in Central Asia from Chinggis Khan's invasion to the rise of Tem�r: the �g�deid and Chaghadaid realms
The Jochid realm: the western steppe and Eastern Europe
Legacies of the Mongol Conquests
Institutional development, revenues and trade
Migrations, erhnogenesis
Islamization in the Mongol Empire
Mongols as vectors for cultural transmission
Chinggisid Decline: 1368-C. 1700
The eastern steppe: Mongol regimes after the Yuan (1368-1636)
Temur and the early Timurids to c. 1450
The later Timurids c. 1450-1526
Nomads And Settled Peoples In Inner Asia After The Timurids
Uzbeks, Qazaqs and Turkmens
The western steppe: Volga-Ural region, Siberia and the Crimea
Eastern Central Asia (Xinjiang): 1300-1800
The Chinggisid restoration in Central Asia: 1500-1785
The western steppe: the Volga-Ural region, Siberia and the Crimea under Russian rule
New Imperial Mandates and the End of the Chinggisid Era (18th-19th centuries)
The Qing and Inner Asia: 1636-1800
The Qazaqs and Russia
Russia and the peoples of the Volga-Ural region: 1600-1850
The new Uzbek states: Bukhara, Khiva and Khoqand: c. 1750-1886