The empire of the steppes: a history of central Asia

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Rutgers University Press, 1970 - History - 687 pages
Traces the development of the steppes from the early Scythians and Huns to the last emperors of eighteenth century Mongolia and discusses the important leaders of each period

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Scythians and Huns
3
Supplanting of the Northern Hsiungnu by the Hsienpi
53
The Kingdom of the Tabgatch Turks or Toba and
60
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