The Mongols

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Wiley, Jan 15, 1991 - History - 238 pages
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This up-to-date chronicle benefits from new discoveries and a broad range of source material. David Morgan explains how the vast Mongolian Empire was organized and governed, examing the religious and policital character of the steppe nomadic society.

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General overview of the Mongol empire written by a professor to other professors. It's dry, but interesting. He covers his sources almost too well, but it certainly offers a good reading list for ... Read full review

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David Morgan’s The Mongols provides a compelling introduction to the fierce and formidable people who, seemingly overnight, built the greatest continuous land empire in human history. Rising from the ... Read full review

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David Morgan is Assistant Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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