The Mulfuzāt Timūry: Or, Autobiographical Memoirs of the Moghul Emperor Timūr, Written in the Jagtay Turky Language

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Oriental translation committee, 1830 - 165 pages
This autobiographical work by Emperor Timūr from the 1300s unveils the life and deeds of an Emperor who sought to bring back the greatness of Genghis Khan's time to the Mongol Empire.

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