I use Endnote x7 as a bibliographic database. This bibliography was taken directly from it and not all of the special characters are correctly displayed. There are a few transliterated source references but those in non-western language character sets are not included.

Last update to bibliography: 1 December 2014

Aalto, Pentti. “Swells of the Mongol-Storm around the Baltic.” Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 36, (1982): 5-15.

Abel-Remusat, M. “Relation De L’expedition D’houlagou, Fondateur De La Dynastie Des Mongols De Perse, Au Travers De La Tartarie; Extraite Du Sou-Houng-Kian-Lou.” Jounal Asiatique 2, (1823): 283-289.

Abramowski, Waltraut. “Die Chinesischen Annalen Des Mongke. Ubersetzung Des 3. Kapitels Des Yèuan-Shih.” Zentralasiatische Studien 13, (1979): 7-71.

Abu-Lughod, Janet L. Before European Hegemony the World System A.D. 1250-1350. New York: Oxford University Press, 1989.

Abulafia, David. “Asia, Africa and the Trade of Medieval Europe.” In The Cambridge Economic History of Europe, edited by M. M Postan and H. J Habakkuk, 2, 402-473. Cambridge: Cambridge U.P, 1966.

Adnan, A. “Sur Le Tanksukname-I Ilhani Der Ulum-U-Funun-I-Khatai.” Isis 32, (1940): 44-47.

Afshar, Iraj. “The Autography Copy of Rashid Al-Din’s Vaqfnameh.” Central Asiatic Journal 14, (1970): 5-13.

Ahuja, N. D. “Burial Customs of the Pagan Mongols.” Islamic Culture 42, (1969): 99-105.

Aigle, Denise. L’iran Face À La Domination Mongole Bibliothèque Iranienne. Tehran: Institut français de recherche en Iran, 1997.

Aigle, Denise. Le Fars Sous La Domination Mongole : Politique Et Fiscalité, Xiiie-Xive S Studia Iranica. Paris :: Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes, 2005.

Aigle, Denise, Bénédicte Brac de La Perrière and Jean-Pierre Chaumeil. La Politique Des Esprits : Chamanismes Et Religions Universalistes Recherches Thématiques. Nanterre: Société d’ethnologie, 2000.

Akademiia nauk SSSR, Institut narodov Azii and A. G. Galstian. Armianskie Istochniki O Mongolakh, 1962.

Akimushkin, O. F. “Khronologiya Pravitelei Vostochnoi Chasti Chagataiskogo Ulusa (Liniya Tugluk-Timur Khana).” In Vostochnii Turkestan I Sredniya Aziya. Historiya, Kul’tura. Svyazi, edited by B. A. Litvinskii, 156-164. Moscow, 1984.

Alexeev, Valery P. “Some Aspects of the Study of Productive Forces in the Empire of Chenghiz Khan.” In Rulers from the Steppe State Formation on the Eurasian Periphery, edited by Gary Seaman and Daniel Marks, 186-198. Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A: Ethnographics Press, Center for Visual Anthropology, University of Southern California, 1991.

Alinge, C. Mongolische Gesetze. Leipzig, 1934.

Allouche, Adel. “Teguder’s Ultimatum to Qalawun.” Internation Journal of Middle Eastern Studies 22, (1990): 437-446.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Mongol Rule in East Asia, Twelfth-Fourteenth Centuries: An Assessment of Recent Soviet Scholarship.” Mongolian Studies 3, (1976): 5-27.

Allsen, Thomas T. “The Rise of the Mongolian Empire and Mongolian Rule in North China.” In The Cambridge History of China, edited by Denis Crispin Twitchett and John King Fairbank, 6, 321-413. Cambridge Eng., New York: Cambridge University Press, 1978.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Mongol Census Taking in Rus’.” Ukranian Studies 5, no. 1 (1981): 32-53.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Prelude to the Western Campaigns: Mongol Military Operations in Volga-Ural Region, 1217-1237.” Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi 3, (1983): 5-24.

Allsen, Thomas T. “The Yüan Dynasty and the Uighurs of Turfan in the 13th Century.” In China among Equals the Middle Kingdom and Its Neighbors, 10th-14th Centuries, edited by Morris Rossabi, 243-280. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1983.

Allsen, Thomas T. “The Princes of the Left Hand: An Introduction to the History of the Ulus of Orda in the Thirteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries.” Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi 5, (1985): 5-40.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Guard and Government in the Reign of the Grand Qan Mèongke, 1251-59.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 46, (1986): 495-521.

Allsen, Thomas T. Mongol Imperialism: The Policies of the Grand Qan Möngke in China, Russia, and the Islamic Lands, 1251-1259. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Mongolian Princes and Their Merchant Partners, 1200-1260.” Asia Major 2, no. 2 (1989): 83-126.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Changing Forms of Legitimation in Mongol Iran.” In Rulers from the Steppe State Formation on the Eurasian Periphery, edited by Gary Seaman and Daniel Marks, 223-241. Los Angeles, CA, U.S.A: Ethnographics Press, Center for Visual Anthropology, University of Southern California, 1991.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Notes on Chinese Titles in Mongol Iran.” Mongolian Studies 14, (1991): 27-37.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Spiritual Geography and Political Legitimacy in the Eastern Steppe.” In Ideology and the Formation of Early States, edited by M. Claessen H. J. and J. G Oosten, 116-135. New York :: E. J. Brill, 1996.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Biography of a Cultural Broker, Bolad Ch’eng-Hsiang in China and Iran.” In The Court of the Il-Khans, 1290-1340, edited by Julian Raby and Teresa Fitzherbert, 7-22. Oxford ;, New York :: Oxford University Press for the Board of the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, 1996.

Allsen, Thomas T. Commodity and Exchange in the Mongol Empire a Cultural History of Islamic Textiles Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization. Cambridge, New York: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

Allsen, Thomas T. Culture and Conquest in Mongol Eurasia Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization. Cambridge, UK, New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 2001.

Allsen, Thomas T. “Mongol Imperial Government after Cinggis Qan.” In Expanding Empires Cultural Interaction and Exchange in World Societies from Ancient to Early Modern Times, edited by Wendy F Kasinec and Michael A Polushin, 177-186. Wilmington, DE: Scholarly Resources, 2002.

Allsen, Thomas T. “The Circulation of Military Technology in the Mongolian Empire.” In Warfare in Inner Asian History : 500-1800, edited by Nicola Di Cosmo, 265-293. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 2002.

Amitai, Reuven. “Northern Syria between the Mongols and Mamluks: Political Boundry, Military Frontier, and Ethnic Affinities.” In Frontiers in Question : Eurasian Borderlands, 700-1700, edited by Daniel Power and Naomi Standen, 128-153. New York :: St. Martin’s Press, 1998.

Amitai, Reuven. “The Resolution of the Mongol-Mamluk War.” In Mongols, Turks, and Others : Eurasian Nomads and the Sedentary World, edited by Reuven Amitai and Michal Biran, 359-390. Leiden ;, Boston :: Brill, 2005.

Amitai, Reuven. The Mongols in the Islamic Lands : Studies in the History of the Ilkhanate. 1 vols. Variorum Collected Studies Series. Aldershot England ; Burlington, VT: Ashgate/Variorum, 2007.

Amitai, Reuven and Michal Biran. Mongols, Turks, and Others Eurasian Nomads and the Sedentary World Brill’s Inner Asian library v 11. Leiden ; Boston: Brill,, 2005.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “Mongol Raids into Palestine (A.D. 1260 and 1300).” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, (1987): 236-255.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “Mamluk Espionage among Mongols and Franks.” Asian and African Studies 22, (1988): 173-181.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “Evidence for the Early Use of the Title Ilkhan among the Mongols.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 1, no. 3 (1991): 353-361.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “Ayn Jalut Revisited.” Tarih 2, (1992): 119-150.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “Mamluk Perceptions of the Mongol-Frankish Rapprochement.” Mediterranean Historical Review 7, (1992): 50-65.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. Mongols and Mamluks : The Mamluk-*Ilkh*Anid War, 1260-1281 Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization. Cambridge England ; New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press, 1995.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “Ghazan, Islam, and Mongol Tradition: A View from the Mamluk Sultanate.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 59, no. 1 (1996): 1-10.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “New Material from the Mamluk Sources for the Biography of Rashid Al-Din.” In The Court of the Il-Khans, 1290-1340, edited by Julian Raby and Teresa Fitzherbert, 23-37. Oxford ;, New York :: Oxford University Press for the Board of the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, 1996.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London 61, no. 2 (1998): 390-391.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “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, no. 1 (1999): 27-46.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven. “Mongol Imperial Ideology and the Ilkhanid War against the Mamluks.” In The Mongol Empire & Its Legacy, edited by Reuven Amitai-Preiss and David O. Morgan, 57-72. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 1999.

Amitai-Preiss, Reuven and David Morgan. The Mongol Empire and Its Legacy Islamic History and Civilization. Leiden ; Boston: Brill, 1999.

Anastasio, Angelo. “Mongol Adjustment to the Natural Envionment.” In Opuscula Altaica : Essays Presented in Honor of Henry Schwarz, edited by Edward H Kaplan, Donald W Whisenhunt and Henry G Schwarz, 1-15. Bellingham, Wash. :: Western Washington, 1994.

Andrews, P. A. The Economic History Review 52, no. 2 (1999): 398-399.

Arak`elyan, B. N, S. G Barkhudaryan, K. G Ghafadaryan, Hnagitut`yan ev Azgagrut`yan Institut (Haykakan SSR Gitut`yunneri Akademia) and Hnagitut`yan ev Azgagrut`yan Institut (Haykakan SSH Gitut`yunneri Akademia). Divan Hay Vimagrut`Yan (Corpus Inscriptionum Armenicarum). Erevan: Haykakan SSR GA Hratarakch`ut`yun, 1960.

Arat, R. Rahmeti. “Der Herrschertitel Iduq-Qut.” Ural-Altaische Jahrbucher 35, (1964): 150-157.

Aristakes, Marius Canard and Hayk Perperean. Récit Des Malheurs De La Nation Arménienne Bibliothèque De Byzantion, 5. Bruxelles: Éditions de Byzantion, bd de L’Empereur, 4, 1973.

Arlington, L. C and William Lewisohn. In Search of Old Peking. Peking: H. Vetch, 1935.

Aubin, Francoise. “Index De ‘Un Code Des Yuan’ De P. Ratchnevsky.” In Melanges Publies Par L’institut Des Hautes Etudes Chinoise, 2, 423-515. Paris, 1960.

Aubin, Francoise. “Sinologie Mongole: Etat Des Etudes Menees En Rpm Sur La Chine Du Xe Au Xive Siècle Et Les Dynasties Barbares.” Sung Studies Newsletter 9, (1974): 10-17.

Aubin, Jean. “L’ethnogénèse Des Qaraunas.” Turcica 1, (1969): 65-94.

Aubin, Jean. “Réseau Pastoral Et Réseau Caravanier: Les Grand’routes Du Khurassan À L’époque Mongole.” Le Monde Iranien et l’Islam 1, (1971): 105-30.

Aubin, Jean. “La Propriété Foncière En Azerbaydjan Sous Les Mongols.” Le Monde Iranien et l’Islam 4, (1976): 79-132.

Aubin, Jean. “Le Khanat De Čagatai Et Le Khorassan (1334-1380).” Turcica 8, (1976): 16-60.

Aubin, Jean. “Le Quriltai De Sultan-Maydan (1336).” Jounal Asiatique 279, (1991): 175-197.

Aubin, Jean. Émirs Mongols Et Vizirs Persans Dans Les Remous De L’acculturation Studia Iranica. Paris: Association pour l’avancement des études iraniennes, 1995.

Ayalon, David. “The Wafidiya in the Mamluk Kingdom.” Islamic Culture 25, (1951): 81-104.

Ayalon, David. “The Great Yasa of Chingiz Khan. A Re-Examination.” Studia Islamica, (1971-1973): 33 (1971): 97-140, 151-180; 34 (1972): 113-158; 38 (1973): 107-156.

Bacon, Elizabeth E. Obok a Study of Social Structure in Eurasia Viking Fund Publications in Anthropology. New York: Wenner-Gren Foundation for Anthropological Research, 1958.

Bade, David W. Khubilai Khan and the Beautiful Princess of Tumapel : The Mongols between History and Literature in Java. Ulaanbaatar :: A. Chuluunbat, 2002.

Balazs, Etienne. “Marco Polo Dans La Capitale De La Chine.” In Oriente Poliano Studi E Conferenze Tenute All’is. M.E.O. In Occasione Del Vii Centenario Della Nascita Di Marco Polo, 1254-1954, edited by Etienne Balazs and Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 133-154. Roma: Istituto italiano per il Medio e Estremo Oriente, 1957.

Balazs, Etienne. “Marco Polo in the Capital of China.” In Chinese Civilization and Bureaucracy; Variations on a Theme, edited by Etienne Balazs, 79-112. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1964.

Baldwin, W. W. “Missions to the East in the Thirteenth and Fourteenth Centuries.” In A History of the Crusades, edited by Kenneth Meyer Setton, 5, 452-518. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, 1969.

Banzarov, Dorji. “The Black Faith, or Shamanism among the Mongols.” Mongolian Studies 7, (1981): 53-92.

Bar, Hebraeus. The Chronography of Gregory Abu’l Faraj. Translated by E. A. Wallis Budge. London: Oxford university press, H. Milford, 1932.

Barfield, Thomas J. The Perilous Frontier Nomadic Empires and China Studies in Social Discontinuity. Cambridge, Mass: B. Blackwell, 1989.

Barfield, Thomas J. “The Devil’s Horsemen: Steppe Nomadic Warfare in Historical Perspective.” In Studying War Anthropological Perspectives, edited by Stephen P Reyna and R. E Downs, 157-182. Australia: Gordon and Breach, 1994.

Barkmann, Udo B. “Einige Bemerkungen Zum Problem Des Eides in Der ‘Geheimen Geschichte Der Mongolen’.” Central Asiatic Journal 35, (1991): 200-208.

Barkmann, Udo B. “Some Comments on the Consequences of the Decline of the Mongol Empire on the Social Development of the Mongols.” In The Mongol Empire & Its Legacy, edited by Reuven Amitai-Preiss and David O. Morgan, 273-281. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 1999.

Barrett, T.H. “The Secret History of the Mongols: Some Fresh Revelations.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 55, (1992): 115-119.

Barrett, T.H. “Qubilai Qa’an and the Historians: Some Remarks on the Position of the Great Khan in Pre-Modern Chinese Historiography.” In The Mongol Empire & Its Legacy, edited by Reuven Amitai-Preiss and David O. Morgan, 200-223. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 1999.

Bartol’d, V. V. Histoire Des Turcs D’asie Centrale Initiation À L’islam. Collection Pub. Sous Le Patronage De L’institut D’études Islamiques De L’université De Paris. Iii. Paris: Adrien-Maisonneuve, 1945.

Bartol’d, V. V. Four Studies on History of Central Asia. Translated by V. and T. Minorsky. Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1962.

Bartol’d, V. V. “K Voprosu Ob Uigurskoi Litarature I Ee Vilyanii Na Mongolov.” In Sochineniya, edited by V. V. Bartol d, 5, 365-368. Moscow: Izd-vo vostochnoi lit-ry, 1963.

Bartol’d, V. V. “Obrazovanie Imperii Chingiz-Khana.” In Sochineniya, edited by V. V Bartol d, 5, 253-265. Moscow: Izd-vo vostochnoi lit-ry, 1963.

Bartol’d, V. V. Sochineniya. Moskva: Izd-vo vostochnoi lit-ry, 1963.

Bartol’d, V. V. “The Burial Rites of the Turks and the Mongols.” Central Asiatic Journal 14, (1970): 195-227.

Bartol’d, V. V. Turkestan Down to the Mongol Invasion. 4th ed ed. E.J.W. Gibb Memorial Series: “E.J.W. Gibb Memorial” Series. London?, Philadelphia: E. J. W. Gibb Memorial Trust. distributed in the U.S. by Porcupine Press, 1977.

Bartol’d, V. V and Theodor Menzel. Zwölf Vorlesungen Über Die Geschichte Der Türken Mittelasiens. 2., unveränderte Aufl ed. Darmstadt: Wissenschaftliche Buchgesellschaft, 1962.

Basilov, V. N, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, Denver Museum of Natural History and National Museum of Natural History (U.S.). Nomads of Eurasia. Los Angeles, Calif, Seattle, Wash: Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County. Distributed by University of Washington Press, 1989.

Batton, Achatius. Wilhelm Von Rubruk, Ein Weltreisender Aus Dem Franziskanerorden Und Seine Sendung in Das Land Der Tataren Franziskanische Studien. Münster in Westf: Aschendorff, 1921.

Baumstark, Anton. Geschichte Der Syrischen Literatur Mit Ausschluss Der Christlich-Palästinensischen Texte. Bonn: De Gruyter, 1968.

Bausani, A. “Religion under the Mongols.” In Cambridge History of Iran, 5, 538-49. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1968.

Bawden, Charles R. Altan Tobci: The Mongol Chronicle Altan Tobci Göttinger Asiatische Forschungen. Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz, 1955.

Bawden, Charles R. “On the Practice of Scapulimancy among the Mongols.” Central Asiatic Journal 4, (1959): 1-44.

Bayani, Chirine. “L’histoire Secrete Des Mongols–Une Des Sources Du Jame-at-Tawarikh-De-Rachid-Ad-Din.” Acta Orientalia 37, (1976): 201-212.

Bazargür, Dambyn and Dambyn Enkhbayar. Chinggis Khaan (Cinggis Qayan) : Historic-Geographic Atlas. Ulaanbaatar :: Cartographic Enterprise of the State Administration of Geodesy and Cartography, 1997.

Bazin. “Le Siecle Des Youen, Ou Tableau Historique De La Literature Chinoise Depuis L’avenement Des Empereurs Mongols Jusqu’a La Restauration Des Ming.” Jounal Asiatique, (1850): 15 (1850): 5-48, 101-158; 16 (1850): 428-475.

Bazin. “Le Siecle Des Youen, 2e Parties Langue Commune, Notices Et Extraits Des Principaux Monuments Litteraires De La Dynastie Des Youen.” Jounal Asiatique, (1851): 17 (1851): 5-51, 163-211, 309-377, 497-533; 18 (1851): 247-289.

Bazin. “Le Siecle Des Youen, 3e Partie; Notices Bibliographique Sur Les Auteurs.” Jounal Asiatique, (1852): 19 (1852): 435-519.

Bazin, Louis. “The Unity of Man in Turkish-Mongolian Thought.” Diogenes 140, (1987): 29-49.

Beal, Samuel. “The Buddhist Inscription at Keu-Yung-Kwan.” Indian Antiquary 9, (1880): 195-196.

Beazley, C. Raymond, Carpini Giovanni di Plano, Willem van Ruysbroeck, Geoffrey, William Lambarde, Bede, Ohthere, Wulfstan, John Dee, Florence, William Camden, Saxo and Narbonne Ives de. The Texts and Versions of John De Plano Carpini and William De Rubruquis Works Issued by the Hakluyt Society. London: Hakluyt Society, 1903.

Beckingham, C. F and Bernard Hamilton. Prester John, the Mongols, and the Ten Lost Tribes. Aldershot, Hampshire, Great Britain, Brookfield, Vt: Variorum, 1996.

Beletnitsky, A. M. “Les Mongols Et L’asie Centrale.” Cahiers d’Histoire Mondiale 3, (1960): 606-620.

Benson, Douglas S. The Tartar War. Chicago: D.S. Benson, 1981.

Benson, Douglas S. The Mongol Campaigns in Asia: A Summary History of Mongolian Warfare with the Governments of Eastern and Western Asia in the 13th Century. Chicago: The Author, 1991.

Benson, Douglas S. Six Emperors Mongolian Aggression in the Thirteenth Century. Chicago, Ill: The Author, 1995.

Berger, Patricia Ann, Terese Tse Bartholomew, James Evert Bosson, Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, Denver Art Museum and National Geographic Society (U.S.). Mongolia the Legacy of Chinggis Khan. London, New York, N.Y, San Francisco: Thames and Hudson. In association with Asian Art Museum of San Francisco, 1995.

Bergman, Folke. “Some Chinese Paper Currency from the Yuan and Ming Dynasties.” In Scientific Expedition to the Northwestern Provinces of China under the Leadership of Dr. Sven Hedin. (Sino-Swedish Expedition, 38), 43-56. Stokholm, 1954.

Bergreen, Laurence. Marco Polo, from Venice to Xanadu. New York: Random House, 2007.

Bernard, Henri (S.J.). La Decouverte De Nestoriens Mongols Aux Ordos Et ‘‘Histoire Ancienne Du Christianisme En Extreme Orent. Tientsin, 1935.

Bese, Lajos. “Sur Les Anciens Noms De Personne Mongols.” Etudes Mongoles 5, (1974): 91-96.

Bese, Lajos. “Some Turkic Personal Names in the Secret History of the Mongols.” Acta Orientalia Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 32, (1978): 353-369.

Bira, Shagdaryn. “Mongolian Tenggerism and Modern Globalism: A Retrospective Outlook on Globalisation.” Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 14: 3-12.

Bira, Shagdaryn. “Qubilai Qa’an and ‘Phags-Pa Bla-Ma.” In The Mongol Empire & Its Legacy, edited by Reuven Amitai-Preiss and David O. Morgan, 240-249. Leiden, Boston: Brill, 1999.

Bira, Shagdaryn. Mongolian Historical Writing from 1200 to 1700. Translated by John R. Krueger. 2 ed. Bellingham: University of Western Washington, 2002.

Biran, Michal. Qaidu and the Rise of the Independent Mongol State in Central Asia. Surrey: Curzon, 1997.

Biran, Michal. “The Chaghadaids and Islam: The Conversion of Tarmashirin Khan (1331-34).” Journal of the American Oriental Society 122, (2002): 742-752.

Bischoff, F.A. and Klaus Sagaster. “Das Zaubersiegel Des Cinggis Khan.” In Gedanke Und Wirkung Festschrift Zum 90. Geburtstag Von Nikolaus Poppe, edited by N. N Poppe, Walther Heissig and Klaus Sagaster, 38-66. Wiesbaden: O. Harrassowitz, 1989.

Blair, Sheila and Jonathan Bloom. Rivers of Paradise : Water in Islamic Art and Culture. New Haven, 2009.

Blair, Sheila S. “Patterns of Patronage and Production in Ilkhanid Iran, the Case of Rashid Al-Din.” In The Court of the Il-Khans, 1290-1340, edited by Julian Raby and Teresa Fitzherbert, 39-62. Oxford ;, New York :: Oxford University Press for the Board of the Faculty of Oriental Studies, University of Oxford, 1996.

Blake, Robert P. “The Circulation of Silver in the Moslem East Down to the Mongol Epoch.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 2, (1937): 291-328.

Blake, Robert P. and Richard N. Frye. “The History of the Nation of Archers (the Mongols), by Grigor of Akanc’.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 12, (1949): 269-399.

Blochet, Edgar. “Deux Residents Mongols En Chine Et En Asie Centrale, De Tchinkkiz Khagan a Khoubilai.” Bulletin of the School of Oreintal Studies 4, (1326): 257-268.

Blochet, Edgar. “La Mort De Khaghan Koyouk.” Revue de l’Orient Chretien 23, (1922): 160-171.

Blot, M. Edouard. “Memoire Sur Le Systeme Monetaire Des Chinois; Suite De La Llle Periode, Depuis Le Commencement Des Soung Jusqu’a La Dynastie Actuelle.” Jounal Asiatique 4, (1837): 441-467.

Bokshanin, A. A. “Popytki Mongolo-Kitaiskogo Vtorzheniya V Strany Yugo-Vostochnoi Azii.” In Tataro-Mongoly V Azii I Evrope Sbornik Statei, edited by Sergei Leonidovich Tikhvinskii and Institut vostokovedeniia (Akademiia nauk SSSR), 294-310. Moscow: “Nauka,” 1970.

Borchardt, Paul. “L’itineraire De Rabbi Benjamin De Tudele En Chine.” T’oung-pao 23, (1924): 31-35.

Borovkova, L. A. “Vosstanie ‘Krasnykh Voisk’ I Vozvyshenie Chzhu Iuan-Chzhana.” Narody Azii i Afriki 2, (1961): 89-103.

Borovkova, L. A. “Gruppirovka Go Tszi-Sin-Chzhu–Iuan-Chzhana Na Pervom Etape Vosstaniya ‘Krasnykh Voisk’ (1352-1356).” Kratkie soobshcheniya Instituta narodov Azii 66, (1963): 22-37.

Borovkova, L. A. “O Bor’be Kitaiskogo Naroda Protiv Mongol’skikh Zavoevatelei V Seredine Xiv V.” In Tataro-Mongoly V Azii I Evrope Sbornik Statei, edited by Sergei Leonidovich Tikhvinskii and Institut vostokovedeniia (Akademiia nauk SSSR), 419-434. Moscow: “Nauka,” 1970.

Borovkova, L. A. “‘Bailian’tsziao’ V Xiv V.” In Tainye Obschestva V Starom Kitae, edited by V. P. Iliushechkin, 28-37. Moscow, 1970.

Borovkova, L. A. Vosstanie “Krasnykh Voisk” V Kitae. Moskva: “Nauka,” 1971.

Bottazzi, Emilio. “Un’esplorazione Alle Sorgenti Del Fiume Giallo Durante La Dinastia Yuan.” Annali de l’Instituto Orientale Universatario di Napoli 19, (1969): 529-546.

Bouillard, G. “Note Succincte Sur L’histoire Du Territoire De Peking Et Sur Les Diverses Encreintes De Cette Ville.” Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities 1, (1929): 39-59.

Bouvat, Lucien. L’empire Mongol (2e Phase). Paris, 1927.

Boyle, John Andrew. “Ibn Al-Tiqtaqa and the Ta’rikh-I-Jahan-Gushay of Juvayni.” Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies 15, (1952): 175-177.

Boyle, John Andrew. “Iru and Maru in the Secret History of the Mongols.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 17, (1954): 403-410.

Boyle, John Andrew. “On the Titles Given in Juvaini to Certain Mongolian Princes.” Harvard Journal of Asiatic Studies 19, (1956): 146-154.

Boyle, John Andrew. “The Mongols and Europe.” History Today 9, no. 5 (1959): 336-343.

Boyle, John Andrew. “The Death of the Last ‘Abbasid Caliph: A Contemporary Muslim Account.” Journal of Semitic Studies 6, (1961): 145-161.

Boyle, John Andrew. “Juvayni and Rashid Al-Din as Sources on the History of the Mongols.” In Historians of the Middle East, edited by Bernard Lewis and P. M Holt, 133-137. London ;, New York :: Oxford University Press, 1962.

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