Classical Writings of the Medieval Islamic World: Persian Histories of the Mongol Dynasties, Volume III: Jami‘u’ t-Tawarikh: Compendium of Chronicles (Tome 1)
...The History and Stories of the Nations of Oghuz and the Twenty-four Branches of his Sons and their Offspring and of Some of his Brothers and Cousins who Joined him
From them came into existence the nations of the Uyghur...
...A persistent myth that survives among the tales, legends and topoi that constitute Mongol history is the belief that Chinggis Khan and his small coterie of loyal supporters backed by a united army of nomadic warriors acted alone...
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