The history was written by Rashid al–Din, Grand Vizier of the Mongol Ilkhanate
era, Isfahan was not developed so much and there was not seen any significant activity about urbanization.
During his final voyage back home, Marco Polo was accompanying, on behalf of Kubla Khan, a bride for the Mongol Ilkhanate
Sultan Argun, then ruling the Islamic heartlands.
I intend to analyze this text to see what it says about Muslim perceptions of Chinggis Khan (from about a century after his death), as well as attempts to give expression to religious change perhaps among the Mongols of the Ilkhanate
(the Mongol state in Iran and the surrounding countries) itself.
It was hosted to the Hittites, Phrygians, Cimmerians, Lydia, Persia, Rome, Byzantine, Danishmend, Seljuq Empire, Ilkhanate
and Ottoman civilizations between the Antic Age to present days.
who succeeded to the Ilkhanate
in 694/1295, refers to the continued
A 750 year-old dagger, which is belong Ilkhanate
Empire's Founder King Hulagu, seized in an operation in northern Iraqi city of Kirkuk.
A fruitful collaboration between Bolad Aqa and Rashid al-Din, the chief minister of the Ilkhanate
and the most important historian of the Mongols, contributed significantly to the cultural exchange in all fields reviewed in part 4, which is the core of the book and its most innovative section.
Chuban sent from the neighboring Ilkhanate
, and was badly defeated.
A recent article by Reuven Amitai-Preiss has, I hope, given it the coup-de-grace ("Sufis and Shamans: Some Remarks on the Islamization of the Mongols in the Ilkhanate
," Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient 42.
Sheila Blair examines Rashid al-Din's artistic patronage, as evidenced in tomb-complexes and illustrated manuscripts, part of a genre that declined with the collapse of the Ilkhanate
in the 1340s.
Historians of the early Mamluk sultanate and ilkhanate
will surely mine the information and insights contained therein for many years to come.