Seyahatnamelere Göre Moğollar ve Katolik Dünyası (Dini İdealler ve Politik Kaygılar)
xmlui.mirage2.itemSummaryView.MetaDataShow full item record
The purpose of this research is to determine what sort of effects the Mongols, who appeared as an important military power in 13th century, had in world politics, and to question what the Catholic World attempted to in order to appease this non-religious action. In the first quarter of 13th century, the Mongols, native to Asia, had at first annihilated the major Islamic state Khwarezmshahs of that period and then they faced to the west and used the route their antecedents had used, namely the north of Black Sea, and caused fear in the eastern part of Europe in particular (1241-42). Despite the fact that there was no force to stand against them –as was in Asia- in this continent to which they were new; their sudden retreat had contributions to the civilization in the long term.