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The Silk Roads
Language: un
Pages: 656
Authors: Peter Frankopan
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-08-27 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

The No. 1 Sunday Times and international bestseller - a major reassessment of world history in light of the economic and political renaissance in the re-emerging east. 'Magnificent' Sunday Times 'Immensely entertaining ... so ambitious, so detailed, so fascinating' The Times For centuries, fame and fortune were to be found
The New Silk Roads
Language: un
Pages: 336
Authors: Peter Frankopan
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2018-11-15 - Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

A brand new book from the Sunday Times and internationally bestselling author of The Silk Roads 'Masterly mapping out of a new world order' – Evening Standard Revised and updated edition The New Silk Roads takes a fresh look at the relationships being formed along the length and breadth of
Along the Silk Roads in Mongol Eurasia
Language: un
Pages: 360
Authors: Michal Biran, Jonathan Brack, Francesca Fiaschetti
Categories: Intellectuals
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020 - Publisher:

During the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, Chinggis Khan and his heirs established the largest contiguous empire in the history of the world, extending from Korea to Hungary and from Iraq, Tibet, and Burma to Siberia. Ruling over roughly two thirds of the Old World, the Mongol Empire enabled people, ideas,
The Silk Road
Language: un
Pages: 328
Authors: Valerie Hansen
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

The Silk Road is as iconic in world history as the Colossus of Rhodes or the Suez Canal. But what was it, exactly? It conjures up a hazy image of a caravan of camels laden with silk on a dusty desert track, reaching from China to Rome. The reality was
The Silk Road: A Very Short Introduction
Language: un
Pages: 152
Authors: James A. Millward
Categories: History
Type: BOOK - Published: 2013-04-26 - Publisher: Oxford University Press

The Silk Road: A Very Short Introduction is a new look at an ancient subject: the silk road that linked China, India, Persia and the Mediterranean across the expanses of Central Asia. James A. Millward highlights unusual but important biological, technological and cultural exchanges over the silk roads that stimulated