THE HISTORY OF CENTRAL ASIA, VOLUME FOUR: The Age of Decline and Revival
The author shows how, from the fifteen century onwards, Central Asia relinquished its pro-eminence to rising empires. These new powers were China in the east, and Russia in the northwest, which succeeded in throwing off the Mongol yoke to become masters of their own former rulers. This epic work concludes with a transition to modern independence. Well illustrated in color.
Publisher: I.B. Tauris
Publishing status: Current
Size: 9½x11¾ inches
Item #: 2812568