This week, Danièle speaks with Nicholas Morton about the one hundred year rise of the Mongol Empire in the Near East, why they were so effective, and why they pursued global domination.
Nicholas Morton is an Associate Professor at Nottingham Trent University, where he focuses on the history of the Crusades and the Medieval Near East. You can learn more about his research on his university webpage or follow him on Twitter @NicholasMorto11
Nicholas’ book, The Mongol Storm. Making and Breaking Empires in the Medieval Near East, is published by Basic Books. Click here to buy it on Amazon.com
Just got my first copy – not long now until it's in the bookshops! pic.twitter.com/gDZAYt9jYZ
— Nicholas Morton (@NicholasMorto11) October 12, 2022
Nicholas also writes for Medievalists.net – click here to read his articles
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Top Image: Bibliothèque Nationale de France MS Supplément persan 1113 fol. 49r