The Mongols and the Armenians (1220-1335)

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BRILL, 07 դեկ, 2010 թ. - 267 էջ
In the thirteenth century, the Armenians of Greater Armenia and of the Armenian Kingdom in Cilicia were invaded by Mongol nomads of the Inner Asian steppe. The ensuing Mongol-Armenian relations were varied. The Greater Armenians became subjects of the Mongol Empire, whereas the Cilician Armenians, by entering into vassalage, became allies and furthered the Mongol conquests. In order to enhance our understanding of this turning point in medieval history, the effects of long distance military raids, missions, diplomacy, collaboration, administrative assistance and confrontation as well as the reasons for invading Greater Armenia and motives for establishing an alliance, are considered.
 

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INTRODUCTION
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CHAPTER ONE A BRIEF HISTORICAL BACKGROUND OF THEARMENIANS AND MONGOLS
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CHAPTER TWO MONGOL NOYANS IN GREATER ARMENIA 12201245
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CHAPTER THREE STRATEGIC SUBMISSIONS BY THE ARMENIANS
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CHAPTER FOUR MONGOL ADMINISTRATION IN GREATER ARMENIA 12431275
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STAGE I THE CONQUEST OF THE MIDDLE EAST 12581260
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STAGE II 12601265
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STAGE III 12651295
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CHAPTER EIGHT THE END OF MONGOLARMENIAN RELATIONS 12951335
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CONCLUSION
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DYNASTIC TABLES
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GLOSSARY
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BIBLIOGRAPHY
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INDEX
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Bayarsaikhan Dashdondog, DPhil (2008) in Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, is researcher/lecturer at National University of Mongolia. She has published on the Mongols in Armenia, Near and Middle East in "Acta Mongolica" (2009), "Mongolian and Tibetan Quarterly" (2009), "Toronto Studies in Central and Inner Asia" (2008).

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