• 2021, vol. 9, no. 1

    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.22378/2313-6197.2021-9-1

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    Original papers

       Nanzatov B.Z., Tishin V.V. Toward the History of Tatars of Inner Asia: An Attempt to Identify Tribal Names   pp.8-27

       Luniak Ye.M. Batu Khan’s Invasion in the Imagination of French Medieval Authors   pp.28-42

       Grinberg M. To the Question How the “Iron Dogs” of the Batuids Broke down the “Golden Yurt” of Their “Masters”   pp.43-75

       Gaydenko P.I. Tatar Violence over Metropolitan Maxim and the Sack of Kiev in 1299: Causes, Circumstances, and Consequences of Events That “Did Not Happen”   pp.76-89

       Pubblici L. Western Immigration in the fourteenth-century Golden Horde: The Case of Venetian Tana   pp.90-107

       Talakh V.N. Genoese-Tatar Treaties of 1380 and 1381 in Their Historical Context   pp.108-148

        Еrofeeva I.V.   “Good” or “Saint” Janibek Khan (1342–1357) in the Oral Historical Memory of the Nomads-Kazakhs   pp.149-165

       Trepavlov V.V. Accentology of the Takht Eli: The Great Horde or the Greater Horde?   pp.166-187

       Halperin Ch.J. Ivan IV and the Tatars   pp.188-200

       Tataurov S.F. Archaeological Map of the Siberian Khanate: Dating and Interpretation Issues   pp.201-209

       Nagamine H. On the Mutual Relations between the Kazakh Khanates and the Qing and Russian Empires. Book Review: Noda J., Onuma T. A Collection of Documents from the Kazakh Sultans to the Qing Dynasty   pp.210-223


       Uzelac A. International Online Conference “The Mongols in Central Europe: The Profile and Impact of Their thirteenth-century Invasions” (Budapest, November 26–27, 2020)   pp.224-226