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For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia

Abstract

For centuries, the Caucasus has been the natural border between Western Europe and Asia, a natural hinge between cultures and a crossroads of civilizations. The Mongol invasion invested this frontier region between the 1220s and the following decade. The organization of the government followed the relatively rapid military conquest. The Mongol domination of the Caucasus was an epoch-making event, disrupting pre-existing equilibria and producing consequences destined to last in time. Through the analysis of written sources and the most recent critical literature, this book aims to reconstruct the historical phases that preceded and followed the Mongol conquest of the Caucasus. In particular, the research concentrates on the factors that favored the Mongol conquest, those that dictated the rhythm of its political realization. In addition, it analyzes the consequences of the domination on the local population and on the rearrangement of international commercial trajectories, which were also destined to meet in Caucasia, a frontier region in the Eurasian Middle Ages.

In: Mongol Caucasia