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The Horde: how the Mongols changed the world.

著者名:
Favereau, Marie
出版元:
Harvard U.P.
頁数:
377p
刊行年:
2021
ISBN:
9780674244214

Mongols -- Golden Horde -- Civilization -- History

The Mongols are universally known as conquerors, but they were more than that: influential thinkers, politicians, engineers, and merchants. Challenging the view that nomads are peripheral to history, The Horde reveals the complex empire the Mongols built and traces its enduring imprint on politics and society in Europe, Asia, and the Middle East
Favereau takes us inside one of the most powerful sources of cross-border integration in world history. The Horde was the central node in the Eurasian commercial boom of the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries and was a conduit for exchanges across thousands of miles. Its unique political regime—a complex power-sharing arrangement among the khan and the nobility—rewarded skillful administrators and diplomats and fostered an economic order that was mobile, organized, and innovative. From its capital at Sarai on the lower Volga River, the Horde provided a governance model for Russia, influenced social practice and state structure across Islamic cultures, disseminated sophisticated theories about the natural world, and introduced novel ideas of religious tolerance.


Introduction: A Power of a New Kind
1. The Resilience of the Felt-Walled Tents
2. Into the West
3. New Hordes
4. The Great Mutation
5. The Mongol Exchange
6. The Northern Road
7. Withdrawal
8. Younger Brothers
Epilogue: The Horde’s Mirror

No.
40054
価格:
4,538円


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