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Genghis Khan

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en Limba Engleză Carte Paperback – March 2005
The creator of the world’s greatest empire is one of history’s immortals. He is also at the heart of one of the greatest mysteries -- how and where was he buried? Its solution might, conceivably, reveal a treasure on a scale not seen since the discovery of Tutankhamen’s tomb.


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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9780553814989
ISBN-10: 0553814982
Pagini: 464
Ilustrații: 32pp colour photos
Dimensiuni: 129 x 198 x 29 mm
Greutate: 0.37 kg
Editura: Transworld Publishers Ltd
Locul publicării: United Kingdom

Notă biografică

John Man is a historian and traveller with special interests in Mongolia and the history of written communication. His GOBI: TRACKING THE DESERT was the first book on the subject since the 1920s. He is also the author of THE ATLAS OF THE YEAR 1000, a portrait of the world at the turn of the millennium, ALPHA BETA, on the roots of the alphabet, and THE GUTENBERG REVOLUTION, an examination of the origins and impact of printing. His most recent book is GENGHIS KHAN. He lives in London.

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"'Absorbing and beautifully written...he [Man] conjures up an ancient people in an alien landscape in such a way as to make them live...a thrilling account'" GUARDIAN "'First-rate...lively and argued with elan...a fine introduction to the subject, as well as a rattling good read'" INDEPENDENT "'A fine, well-written and well-researched book'" MAIL ON SUNDAY "'An eloquent account, not only of a fascinating historical figure and his people, but of the resonance of history itself'" WBQ magazine "'Enthralling and colourful'" INDEPENDENT ON SUNDAY