- Ku·blai Khan (k bl kän ) also Ku·bla Khan (-bl ) 1215-1294. Mongol emperor ( 1260-1294) and founder of the Mongol dynasty in China.
- Balancing Mongol and Chinese Ideas Questions
- HISTORYMAKERS Kublai Khan. Balancing Mongol and Chinese Ideas.
- THE MONKS OF KUBLAl KHAN EMPEROR OF CHINA
- The Monks of Kublai Khan, Emperor of China. 3. TO.
- The Monks of Kublai Khan: From Beijing to Baghdad and Beyond
- whi they began their journey was known to them as Khanbaliq, the capital of Kublai Khan,.
- Kublai Khan and the Sun Bird: A Fairy Tale
- Shaena Lambert. Kublai Khan and the Sun Bird: A Fairy Tale. The world is thick with tales of kings and nightingales, princes and fire birds.
- Preserving the past for the future
- In one enchanting passage, written in the form of a fictitious conversation between the famed traveller Marco Polo and the emperor Kublai Khan, the Venetian edges the Mongol king to look at how the past of a city is inscribed in the urbanscape.
- Explorer Marco Polo 'never actually went to China'
- The archeologists point in particular to inconsistencies and inaccuracies in his description of Kublai Khan's attempted invasions of Japan in 1274 and 1281. “He confuses the two, mixing up details about the first expedition with those of the second.
- Andrew Martin: Tall tales brought back by Marco Polo
- That dramatic first-person story of how he became an envoy of the Mongolian Emperor Kublai Khan, roving on dangerous missions through Burma, Cochin-China and southern India?
- David Olney & Sergio Webb entertain at Aunt Annie's
- “He recites the poem 'Kublai Khan' and morphs it into one of his songs. His delivery on that poem just slams you back into your chair, like taking off in a jet.” Senstad is co-owner of Aunt Annie's Quilts & Silks.
- Marco Polo's exploration may have pulled up short
- The archaeologists point in particular to inconsistencies and inaccuracies in his description of Kublai Khan's attempted invasions of Japan in 1274 and 1281. ''He confuses the two, mixing up details about the first expedition with those of the second.
- Kublai Khan: 1215-1294
- Sep 21, 1999 Kublai Khan (1215-1294) was a Mongolian leader who made an impact on China, not only through conquest, but also by ruling successfully.
- Kublai Khan Biography - life, history, son, information, born, house
- Kublai Khan was the greatest of the Mongol emperors after Genghis Khan and founder of the Yüan Dynasty in China.
- Kublai Khan — Infoplease.com
- Kublai Khan (kOO'blī kän) [key], 1215–94, Mongol emperor, founder of the Yüan dynasty of China. From 1251 to 1259 he led military campaigns in S China.
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