• 2018, vol. 6, no. 2

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22378/2313-6197.2018-6-2

       Full issue


      Kradin N.N. Who Was the Builder of Mongol Towns in Transbaikalia?    pp.224-237

      Somer T. Forging the Past: Facts and Myths  behind the Mongol Invasion of Moravia in 1241    pp.238-251

       Filin N.A., Gibadullin I.R., Boev E.B. The Ancient Persian Form of the First Mongol Dynasties’ Legitimation    pp.252-263

       Khaydarov T.F., Dolbin D.A. Theoretical Aspects of Understanding  the Second Pandemic of the “Black Death” Plague  in the Territory of the Jochid Ulus    pp.264-282

       Moiseev M.V. Historical Examples in the Letters of Ivan IV to the Crimean Khanate and the Nogai Horde    pp.283-303

       Zaytsev I.V. Two Medieval Tatar Tombstones  from Kasimov    pp.304-311

       Akchurin M.M., Isheev M.R., Belyakov A.V., Abdurakhmanov T.A., Salikhov R.R.  Kasimov Tatars of the Kypchak Tribe    pp.312-341


       Samigulov G.Kh. Yasak People, Foreigners, Yasak and Exchange of Gifts – Practical Thinking about a Theory    pp.342-369

    Searches, hypotheses, conjectures

       Belyakov A.V. On the Time and Place of Writing the Continuation  of Ötemish-Hajji’s “Qara Tavarikh” (Comments on the Text)    pp.370-392


       Narozhnyi E.I. Pax Mongolica and Eurasian Turmoil  of the 13th and 14th centuries in the Assessments  of Contemporary Domestic and Foreign Researchers    pp.393-408


       Khamidova Ch.I. Rashid al-Din. Shu’ab-i Panjganah.  2. The Mongols and Turks (5)    pp.409-421

       Tulibayeva Zh.M. Mirza Ulugh Beg on the Chinggisids  on the Throne of Iran: The Reigns of Öljaitü Khan  and Abu Sa’id Bahadur Khan    pp.422-438


      Uzelac A. Workshop: The Mongols and the Silk Roads  (May 10–11, 2018, Faculty of Arts, University of Szeged)    pp.439-442