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by Igor De Rachewiltz,Hok-lam Chan,Hsiao Ch'i-ch'ing,Peter W. Geier,May Wang

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De Rachewiltz discusses this question further in The Mongols rethink their early history -to be published in Rivista .

De Rachewiltz discusses this question further in The Mongols rethink their early history -to be published in Rivista degli Studi Orientali, no. 44 - and in Some reflections on Činggis Qan's ĵasay, East Asian History, VI (1993), pp. 91–104. Introduction, p. xvi. 5 Allsen, Thomas . Mongol Imperialism (Berkeley, 1987), p. 11.

Start by marking In the Service of the Khan: Eminent Personalities of the Early Mongol-yuan Period 1200-1300 (Asiatische Forschungen) as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. The focus is primarily on China, from the beginning of the Mongol conquest under Genghis Khan to the end of Khubilai's reign. The essays, written by a team of specialists using many hitherto untapped sources, throw light on the political, social and economic history of the period as well as on religious beliefs, intellectual trends and scientific achievements.

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From the introduction: "The Mongol conquest was more than merely a Mongol affair. Thus this "collection of biographies on nearly fifty leading personalities. One of the great books in Mongol studies.

The focus is primarily on China, from the beginning of the Mongol conquest under Genghis Khan to the end of Khubilai's reign.

Yuandianzhang 元典章: Dayuan shengzheng guochao dianzhang 大元聖政國朝典章 (Institutions of the Yuan Dynasty: Compendium of Statutes and Substatutes of the Sagely Administration of the Great Yuan Dynasty) Tianjin: Tianjin guji chubanshe. In: In the Service of the Khan: Eminent Personalities of the Early Mongol-Yüan Period (1200-1300).

Ch Hsiao, PeterW Geier, Hok-Lam Chan. In the Service of the Khan concerns the making of an empire that was to stretch from the Dnestr to the Sea of Japan and whose influence shaped the destiny of Europe and most of Asia

Ch Hsiao, PeterW Geier, Hok-Lam Chan. In the Service of the Khan concerns the making of an empire that was to stretch from the Dnestr to the Sea of Japan and whose influence shaped the destiny of Europe and most of Asia. The two-volume collection contains biographical essays on some fifty leading figures in China, Mongolia and Central Asia who, in various capacities, contributed to building and administering this empire in the 13th century. They include army generals, religious leaders, statesmen and men of letters

Igor de Rachewiltz, Yeh-lü Ch’u-ts’ai (1189–1243), Yeh-lü Chu (1221–1285), in In the Service of the Khan: Eminent Personalities of the Early Mongol-Yüan Period (1200–1300), eds. Igor de Rachewiltz, Hok-lam Chan.

Igor de Rachewiltz, Yeh-lü Ch’u-ts’ai (1189–1243), Yeh-lü Chu (1221–1285), in In the Service of the Khan: Eminent Personalities of the Early Mongol-Yüan Period (1200–1300), eds. Igor de Rachewiltz, Hok-lam Chan, Hsiao Ch’i-ch’ing, and Peter W Geier (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1993), 14. oogle Scholar. For several examples of Yuan imperial decrees extending aid to herding groups in the Mongolian homeland, see Elizabeth Endicott, The Mongols and China: Cultural Contacts and the Changing Nature of Pastoral Nomadism (Twelfth to Early Twentieth Centuries), in Mongols, Turks, and Others: Eurasian Nomads and the Sedentary World, eds.