The Muslim World: A Historical Survey. Part II The Mongol Period
Leiden, E.J. Brill. 1960. Hardcover. Book, Translated from the German by F.R.C. Bagley. First Edition. [vii], 125pp, folding colored map (with 3 inset maps), 3 tables, bibliography, 3 indices. Tall 8vo/24.5cm. Green cloth gilt, light wear and soil, occasional light pencil underlining, otherwise internally fine. Chapter headings include: Ilkhans in Persia, Mongols in Central Asia, The Golden Horde, The Bahri and Burji Mamluks in Egypt, India from Timur to Babar, Qara Qoyunlu and Aq Qoyunlu, Muslims in East Europe, Russian Rule on the Volga, The Crimea. A clear and concise account of the rise of Islam and its rapid expansion throughout the Near and Middle East and into the Far East.. (Ghani p 349). Bertold Spuler (1911- ) of Hamburg University, was a leading authority on the Mongols and Central Asia. Fine.
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Keywords: Islam Mongols Mongolia Muslim People Religion Jingiz Khan Timur Babur Ilkhans Bahri and Burji Mamluks