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Tabriz on the Silk Roads: Thirteenth-Century Eurasian Cultural Connections

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Tabriz under Mongol Ilkhanate rule commanded a global reach in the thirteenth- century Afro-Eurasian world. Tabriz functioned during this period not only as a commercial emporium and diplomatic center but as a seat of innovative artistic and intellectual activity. Consideration of Tabriz as a world historical city offers insight into the economic and social dynamics that shaped a critical passage in Eurasia's history including regions of the Mediterranean and East Asian zones.

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