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Making Mongol History: Rashīd al-Dīn and the Jami’ al-Tawarikh. By Stefan Kamola Edinburgh Studies in Classical Islamic History and Culture. pp. 309. Edinburgh, Edinburgh University Press, 2019.

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  17 June 2021

Judith Kolbas*
Affiliation:
Royal Asiatic Society jgkolbas@gmail.com

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1 Azzouna, Nourane Ben, ‘Rashīd al-Dīn Faḍl Allāh al-Hamadānī's Manuscript Production Project in Tabriz Reconsidered’, in (ed.) Pfeiffer, Judith, Politics, Patronage and the Transmission of Knowledge in 13th – 15th Century Tabriz (Leiden, 2014), pp. 187200, especially pp. 195–196Google Scholar.

2 Information November 2019 from Nancy Charley, archivist at the Royal Asiatic Society.

3 My appreciation to Barbara Brend for bringing this information to my attention.

4 Correspondence from Yigit Altay, November 2019; also consult Altaycoins.com and chart in Kolbas, Judith, The Mongols in Iran: Chingiz Khan to Uljaytu, 1220 to 1309 (London, 2006)Google Scholar, Table 10.2 (Greater Arran), p. 334.

5 Melville, Charles, ‘The Itinerates of Sultan Öljaytū 1304–16’, Iran 28 (1990), pp. 5570CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

6 Rashīd al-Dīn, Agent and Mediator of Cultural Exchanges in Ilkhanid Iran, (eds) Akasoy, Anna, Burnett, Charles and Yoeili-Tlalim, Ronit (The Warburg Institute, London, 2013), pp. 223250Google Scholar.

7 Judith Kolbas, The Mongols in Iran, Chapter 10, ‘Ghazan and Uljaytu: a secure but decentralized realm’ (pp. 310–374), translated sections on pp 313–321, consult especially p. 321, translation using mostly Jahn's edition.

8 Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 25 (2015), 555–578.

9 Edited by Anna Akasoy, Charles Burnett and Ronit Yoeili-Tlalim, (London, 2013).

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