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I Tatti Research Series 5

The Mongol Empire in Global History and Art History

Edited by Anne Dunlop

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$45.00 • £39.95 • €40.95

ISBN 9780674279162

Publication Date: 05/30/2023


308 pages

6-1/2 x 9-1/2 inches

12 photos, 46 color photos, 1 map, 6 tables

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  • Editorial Note
  • Genealogical Tables [Shiqiu Liu / 劉詩秋]
  • The Mongols in Global History and Art History: A Short Introduction [Anne Dunlop]
  • Where Have All the Mongols Gone? On the Arrival and Disappearance of Mongolian Speakers in Southwest Asia during the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries [Reuven Amitai]
  • Tamerlane and the Chinggisids [Peter Jackson]
  • Storytelling with a Point: Ming China, Japan, and the Mongols [David M. Robinson]
  • Yuan Court Dress and the Formation of a Global Mongol Aesthetic [Eiren Shea]
  • The Political Economy of the Mongol Empire: Placing Cultural Exchange in Its Economic Context [Christopher Atwood]
  • The Yuan Dynasty and the Sea [Morris Rossabi]
  • Rethinking Trade between Europe and the Mongol Realm during the Pax Mongolica [Jong Kuk Nam]
  • Ilkhanid Baghdad (1258–1335): Between the Local and the Global [Michal Biran]
  • Seen from the Back: Seal Imprints on the Reverse of Some Lampas Weaves from the Mongol Empire [Juliane von Fircks]
  • The (Re-)Birth of Ilkhanid Art [Yuka Kadoi]
  • Connected Histories. The Mongol Empire and the Creation of New Worldviews in the Fifteenth Century: Fra Mauro’s Mappa Mundi (Venice, c. 1450) and the Honil Gangni Yeokdae Gukdo Ji Do (Hanseong, c. 1480) [Angelo Cattaneo]
  • Contributors
  • Photo Credits
  • Index of Names

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