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Nomadic empires
Gérard Chaliand

Nomadic empires
from Mongolia to the Danube
Gerard Chaliand ; translated from the French by A.M. Berrett.

Published by Transaction Publishers in New Brunswick, U.S.A .
Written in English.

Table of Contents

1. Introduction. The impact of the nomads ; Nomads and settled peoples ; The nomadic model: the Scythians
2. The military fronts of the Altaic nomads (fourth century B.C.-twelfth century A.D.). The Chinese front ; The Indo-Iranian front ; The Byzantine front ; The Russian front ; The exception of western Europe
3. The apogee of the nomads: Mongols and Turkic-speakers (thirteenth-fifteenth centuries). The Mongols ; The Turkic-speakers ; The eyewitnesses
4. The revenge of the sedentary peoples (sixteenth-nineteenth centuries). Russia after the Mongols ; China after the Mongols ; Epilogue
Appendices. Periodization of nomad waves ; Nomad empires of high Asia ; Sites of waves of invasions.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references (p. [125]-129) and index.

Classifications

Library of Congress DS329.4 .C4813 2004, DS329.4 .C4813 2004

The Physical Object

Pagination xii, 135 p. ;
Number of pages 135

ID Numbers

Open Library OL18223427M
ISBN 10 076580204X
LC Control Number 2003053340
Library Thing 4420769
Goodreads 3098518

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