Mongols, Turks, and Others: Eurasian Nomads and the Sedentary World

by Reuven Amitai (Editor)

Other authorsPeter Jackson (Contributor), David Morgan (Contributor), Moshe Gammer (Contributor), Gideon Shelach (Contributor), Nicola Di Cosmo (Contributor), Michal Biran (Editor), Michal Biran (Contributor), Naomi Standen (Contributor), Beatrice Manz (Contributor), Yuri Pines (Contributor), Kenneth Shapiro (Contributor)6 more, Yehoshua Frenkel (Contributor), Hodong Kim (Contributor), Askold I. Ivantchik (Contributor), Elizabeth Endicott (Contributor), Anatoly Khazanov (Contributor), Yingsheng Liu (Contributor)
Hardcover, 2004

Status

Available

Call number

REF.AMR

Publication

Brill (2004), 550 pages

Description

The interaction between Eurasian pastoral nomads and the surrounding sedentary societies is a major theme in world history. This volume explores the mulitfarious nature of nomadic society and its relations with China, Russia and the Middle East from antiquity into the contemporary world with emphasis on the Mongol and Turkish peoples.

Language

Original language

English

ISBN

9004140964 / 9789004140967
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