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Yasir Suleiman and Adel Al-Abdul Jader

Print publication date: 2010

Print ISBN-13: 9780748637386

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748637386.001.0001

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Genealogy and Exemplary Rulership in the Tarikh-i Chingiz Khan⋆

Genealogy and Exemplary Rulership in the Tarikh-i Chingiz Khan⋆

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(p.129) 9 Genealogy and Exemplary Rulership in the Tarikh-i Chingiz Khan
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Living Islamic History
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Charles Melville

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748637386.003.0009

This chapter focuses on the Tarikh-I Chingiz Khan. It discusses, from a comparative perspective, the celebrated Jami، al-tawarikh of Rashid al-Din and its abridgement in Tarikh-I Chingiz Khan. The main point of interest in the chapter is what the author of Tarikh-I Chingiz Khan chose to include, what he chose to omit, and why. While the Jami، al-tawarikh is a history of the Mongols, of the rise of Chiniz Khan, of the Islamic world and the contact between Islam and other races, the Tarikh-I Chingiz Khan is a book of genealogy, whose purpose is to eulogize the virtues of Chingiz Khan, his pious works and the qualities of his rule.

Keywords:   Jami، al-tawarikh, Rashid al-Din, Mongols, book of genealogy, Chingiz Khan

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