The Mongols and the Islamic World : From Conquest to Conversion. (Livre numérique, 2017) [WorldCat.org]
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The Mongols and the Islamic World : From Conquest to Conversion.

Auteur : Peter Jackson
Éditeur: Cumberland : Yale University Press, 2017.
Édition/format:   Livre numérique : Document : AnglaisVoir toutes les éditions et tous les formats
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Genre/forme: Electronic books
Format – détails additionnels: Print version:
Jackson, Peter.
Mongols and the Islamic World : From Conquest to Conversion.
Cumberland : Yale University Press, ©2017
Type d’ouvrage: Document, Ressource Internet
Type de document: Ressource Internet, Fichier d'ordinateur
Tous les auteurs / collaborateurs: Peter Jackson
ISBN: 9780300227284 0300227280
Numéro OCLC: 980834076
Notes: Inter-Mongol conflicts and the imperial enterprise.
Description: 1 online resource (641 pages)
Contenu: Cover page; Halftitle page; Title page; Copyright page; Dedication; CONTENTS; PLATES AND MAPS; PREFACE; ABBREVIATIONS; AUTHOR'S NOTE; INTRODUCTION; 1 MEDIEVAL AUTHORS ON THE MONGOLS; Mongolian and other Far Eastern material; Muslim observers contemporary with the early Mongol invasions: Ibn al-Athīr, Nasawī, Jūzjānī and others; Muslim historians writing under the pagan Ilkhans: Juwaynī and others; Muslim writers active in Iran following the conversion of the Ilkhans; Local histories from the Ilkhanid territories; Non-narrative sources from the Ilkhanate. Jochid, Chaghadayid and Timurid sourcesAuthors writing after c. 1265 in the dominions of the Mongols' enemies; Historians writing in the Ilkhanid realm but outside the Sunnī Islamic tradition; Christian European observers; 2 THE ISLAMIC WORLD AND INNER ASIAN PEOPLES DOWN TO THE MONGOL INVASION; Early contacts with the Inner Asian steppe; The entry of the steppe peoples into the Dar al-Islam; The image of the Turk in Muslim literature; Upheavals in the western steppes: the advent of the Qipchaq-Qangli; The Qara-Khitai and their Muslim neighbours; The Gür-khans and their Muslim subjects. The Qipchaq-Qangli and the KhwārazmshāhsThe rise of the Mongols in the eastern steppes; Cultural dissonances; 3 THE MONGOL WESTWARD ADVANCE (1219-53); The grounds for the conflict with the Khwārazmshāh; The Mongol campaigns in the eastern Islamic lands, 616-21/1219-2436; Mongol operations in Western Asia during the period 1229-52; The Mongol art of war94; Muslim support for the Mongol invaders; The 'Great Mongol People'; 4 APPORTIONING AND GOVERNING AN EMPIRE (C. 1221-C. 1260); The character of the empire; The succession to Chinggis Khan; The disputed successions of 1241-6 and 1248-51. Appanages and shared authorityThe role of elite Mongol women; The administrative structure of the empire; Taxation128; Mongol law; The distribution of authority: an overview; Möngke and centralization; Jochid power in Western Asia; Imperial unity; 5 HÜLEGÜ'S CAMPAIGNS AND IMPERIAL FRAGMENTATION (1253-62); Hülegü's campaigns in south- west Asia1; The predicaments of Hülegü's opponents; The question of armaments; The terms of Hülegü's commission; The break with the Jochids and the creation of the Ilkhanate; The reconstitution of the ulus of Chaghadai; The end of the unitary empire. 6 DEVASTATION, DEPOPULATION AND REVIVAL IN THE AGE OF CONQUESTThe verdict of the sources; The incidence of massacre by Chinggis Khan's armies; The conduct of war under Ögödei and Güyüg; General patterns down to 1254; Other contributors to the destruction; The deployment of violence by Hülegü's forces (1255-62); The problem of contemporary figures136; After the slaughter: secondary depopulation; Economic malaise and cultural decline; Efforts at reconstruction; 7 THE ERA OF INTER-MONGOL WARFARE; The 'four uluses': construct and reality; The qaghan and Mongol unity; The 'Middle Empire'

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