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Encyclopedia of Mongolia and the Mongol Empire

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I think that every time I open Christopher Atwood’s new Encyclopedia of Mongolia and the Mongol Empire, I learn something new.While this could be taken as an indication of my ignorance of things Mongolian, I prefer to think of it as a testament to the depth and breadth of Atwood’s work and ability that the Encyclopedia represents. Although geared towards a more general audience (looking up ‘ger’ sends you to the more popular ‘yurt’ and ‘airag’ tells you to look under ‘koumiss’) anyone with an interest in Mongolia or the Mongol Empire will find this an essential book to have on hand. The review copy has been sitting within ready reach of my desk since it arrived, and has become one of the first places I look to when I want to refresh my memory or trace down a quick fact.


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