Eurasian State of Georgia in the Fourteenth Century: The Mongol Era and Its End

Author: Kiknadze, Vazha
Year:2013
Pages:364
ISBN:0-7734-4071-2
978-0-7734-4071-5
Price:239.95
The first and only detailed study of Fourteenth Century Eurasia, an often neglected period in history.

Reviews

"The essay comprises of five chapters that review the fourteenth century, the least studied period of Georgian history."
Prof. Bejan Javakhia,
Tbilisi State University

"As the collapse of the Soviet system and the historical methodologies it had promoted and enforced left a vacuum in the successor states, it became obvious that new approaches, rethinking and interpreting of national narratives were needed."
Prof. Eka Avaliani,
Javakhishvili State University

Table of Contents

Table of Contents
Foreword
Preface
I – GEORGIA AND ILKHANATE ON THE TURN OF THE 13TH – 14TH CENTURY
II – ENTHRONEMENT OF GEORGE V AND THE FIRST PERIOD OF HIS REIGN (1318-1327)
III – GEORGIA IN 1330’s
IV – GEORGIA IN 1340 – 70’s. THE RESULTS OF THE MONGOL RULE
V – FROM THE HISTORY OF GEORGIAN CULTURE OF THE 14TH CENTURY
APPENDIX