Khubilai Khan: His Life and Times
Living from 1215 to 1294 Khubilai Khan is one of history's most renowned figures. Here for the first time is an English-language biography of the man. Morris Rossabi draws on sources from a variety of East Asian, Middle Eastern, and European languages as he focuses on the life and times of the great Mongol monarch.
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1 The Early Mongols
2 Khubilai Emerges
3 The Great Khan
4 The Conqueror
5 The Emperor of China
6 The Cultural Patron
7 Mismanagement and the Chinese Response
8 Decline of an Emperor
Glossary of Chinese Characters
Bibliography of Works in Oriental Languages
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