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Prior to embarking on a military campaign against the Khwārazm Shāh Dynasty in retaliation for the murder of his envoys, Chinggis Khan went to a hill and prayed for help from God. According to the Jāmiʿ al-tavārīkh, a universal history compiled for the Mongol rulers in Iran by Rashīd al-Dīn Fażlallāh Hamadānī (d. 1318), Chinggis Khan addressed his God as “the Creator of Tajik and Turk” (āfarīnanda-i Tāzhīk u Turk).1 While it is unlikely Chinggis Khan himself would have used such a phrase, it is true that the Mongols are referred to as Turks in other contemporary sources as well.
Central Asiatic Journal

Central Asiatic Journal

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Mirza Firuz Shah

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Subject:

Agriculture

Subclass:

Agriculture (General)

Reign:

Babur II 1881-1920

Subject Year (Time):

1890

Author:

Lars Peter Laamann

Languages:

English

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-11082020-0161

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Central Asiatic Journal
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Prior to embarking on a military campaign against the Khwārazm Shāh Dynasty in retaliation for the murder of his envoys, Chinggis Khan went to a hill and prayed for help from God. According to the Jāmiʿ al-tavārīkh, a universal history compiled for the Mongol rulers in Iran by Rashīd al-Dīn Fażlallāh Hamadānī (d. 1318), Chinggis Khan addressed his God as “the Creator of Tajik and Turk” (āfarīnanda-i Tāzhīk u Turk).1 While it is unlikely Chinggis Khan himself would have used such a phrase, it is true that the Mongols are referred to as Turks in other contemporary sources as well.

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