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Feb 18, 2020 - 18:12 PMBy George Lane

For a long period both before and after the Arab conquests of the seventh century, the people of the Iranian plateau and surrounding countries had been living in political and cultural turmoil interspersed with temporal islands of stability and development A sense of historical identity and continuity had, however, tenuously prevailed, and it was the so called catastrophiFor a long period both before and after the Arab conquests of the seventh century, the people of the Iranian plateau and surrounding countries had been living in political and cultural turmoil interspersed with temporal islands of stability and development A sense of historical identity and continuity had, however, tenuously prevailed, and it was the so called catastrophic 13th century that finally saw the rebirth of Persia as a central cultural, spiritual and political player on the regional, if not the world, stage After the traumatic years of anarchy following the collapse of the Great Saljuqs in the latter part of the 12th century, the 1250s saw the arrival of Hulega Khan.
  • Title: Early Mongol Rule in Thirteenth-Century Iran: A Persian Renaissance
  • Author: George Lane
  • ISBN: 9780415297509
  • Page: 314
  • Format: Hardcover

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Bryn Hammond Feb 18, 2020 - 18:12 PM
A major work on Hulegu and the early days of Mongol Iran Absolutely fascinating, and often new It isn t just the political history it casts a wide net I learnt a great deal about law courts and the operations of law in an actual how they functioned day to day way, with cases It s this sort of evidence he explores as I understand, often for the first time to gain a in depth, real idea of what the Mongols in Iran meant Besides, the Mongol courts are culture specific and have an interest in their [...]
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Andrew Greenfield Lockhart Feb 18, 2020 - 18:12 PM
This book has been developed from George Lane s thesis on the Mongol Il khan period in Iran The establishment of Il khan rule has been widely seen historically as having a negative effect on Iran and its culture Hulegu, sent by his brother the Great Khan, has been painted as a barbarian who not only destroyed the castles of the so called Assassins but went on to flatten Baghdad and wipe out its population Professor Lane demonstrates forcefully that this view is erroneous Not only was early Il kh [...]
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Genesis Feb 18, 2020 - 18:12 PM
A well written and detailed analysis of the period, however I felt that the author was trying to hard to display the mongols, particularly Hulegu Khan in a positive light Granted the mongols of the period was concerned with administrating the empire and less raping and pillagingbut they still raped and pillaged and expanded the empire even After all Hulegu did sack Baghdad.
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Early Mongol Rule in Thirteenth-Century Iran: A Persian Renaissance By George Lane For a long period both before and after the Arab conquests of the seventh century, the people of the Iranian plateau and surrounding countries had been living in political and cultural turmoil interspersed with temporal islands of stability and development A sense of historical identity and continuity had, however, tenuously prevailed, and it was the so called catastrophiFor a long period both before and after the Arab conquests of the seventh century, the people of the Iranian plateau and surrounding countries had been living in political and cultural turmoil interspersed with temporal islands of stability and development A sense of historical identity and continuity had, however, tenuously prevailed, and it was the so called catastrophic 13th century that finally saw the rebirth of Persia as a central cultural, spiritual and political player on the regional, if not the world, stage After the traumatic years of anarchy following the collapse of the Great Saljuqs in the latter part of the 12th century, the 1250s saw the arrival of Hulega Khan.

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