1st Edition

A Thousand Years of the Tartars

By E.H. Parker Copyright 1996
    318 Pages
    by Routledge

    318 Pages
    by Routledge

    Originally published between 1920-70,The History of Civilization was a landmark in early twentieth century publishing. It was published at a formative time within the social sciences, and during a period of decisive historical discovery. The aim of the general editor, C.K. Ogden, was to summarize the most up to date findings and theories of historians, anthropologists, archaeologists and sociologists. This reprinted material is available as a set, in the following groupings, or as individual volumes:
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    Book I: The Empire of the Hiung-nu; Chapter I: Earliest Notices of the Hiung-nu; Chapter II: The Reign of the Conqueror Baghdur; Chapter III: The Period of Contest for Mastery with China; Chapter IV: The Period of Defeat and Decline; Chapter V: The Period of Semi-Independence; Chapter VI: Dependence, Disintegration, and Collapse; Chapter VII: Hiung-nu Adventurers become Emperors of North China; Book II: The Empire of the Sien-pi; Chapter VIII: The Wu-hwan and Sien-pi Tunguses; Chapter IX: The Empire of the Sien-pi Conqueror, Dardjegwe; Chapter X: Sien-pi Adventurers become King and Emperors in North China; Chapter XI: The Tuyühun or Tukuhun Sien-pi of Koko-nor; Book III: The Empire of the Jwen-Jwen or Jeu-Jen; Chapter XII: Their Obscure Rise and their Precipitate Fall; Chapter XIII: Their Struggle with the Kankalis; Book IV: The Empire of the Turks; Chapter XIV: Earliest Notices of the Turks: Period of Peace with China; Chapter XV: Period of War with China, and Collapse of Gheri's Empire; Chapter XVI: The Rise and Fall of Merchö's Empire; Chapter XVII: Resuscitation and Final Collapse; Book V: The Empire of the Western Turks; Chapter XVIII: Temporary Brilliance and Final Disappearance of the Assena Family; Chapter XIX: The Turgäsh Khakhans of Sujâb; Chapter XX: Turkish Emperors of North China; Chapter XXI: The Kirghiz; Chapter XXII: Miscellaneous Turkish Vassals; Book VI: The Empire of the Ouigours; Chapter XXIII: Rise and Fall of the First Dominion in the North; Chapter XXIV: The Period of Wandering; Chapter XXV: The Later Ouigours of the West; Book VII: The Empire of the Cathayans; Chapter XXVI: The Kingdom of the Founder Apaoki; Chapter XXVII: Conquest of the Turko-Chinese Empire by Cathay; Chapter XXVIII: Period of Comparative Peace; Chapter XXIX: General Description of Cathay in the Eleventh Century; Chapter XXX: Insolence, Tyranny, Rebellion of the Nüchêns, and Collapse


    E.H. Parker