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This chapter of the book The Mongol Empire between Myth and Reality: Studies in Anthropological History presents genealogical tables of Great Khans, Ilkhanids, Khans of the Golden Horde and Mamluks Sultans until 741/1340. The book presents the Mongol empire, taking the Persian Ilkhanate as principal point of reference, and, in terms of reciprocal representations, between the Far East, the Muslim East, and the Latin West. It reviews the perception of shamanism by Muslim authors and discusses Genghis Khan's successors and the protection of "Eternal Heaven".

Keywords: Genghis Khan; Golden Horde; Great Khans; Ilkhanids; Mamluks Sultans; Mongol empire; Muslim East; shamanism



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