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Storia dei Mongoli ➼ [Reading] ➾ Storia dei Mongoli By Giovanni da Pian del Carpine ➱ – Thomashillier.co.uk Sono trascorsi appena tre anni dalla tremenda invasione dell Orda d oro nell Europa centrorientale e ne mancano ancora ventisette al meraviglioso viaggio di Marco Polo, quando papa Innocenzo IV decide Sono trascorsi appena tre anni dalla tremenda invasione dell Orda d oro nell Europa centrorientale e ne mancano ancora ventisette al meraviglioso viaggio di Marco Polo, quando papa Innocenzo IV decide di inviare una legazione di frati francescani alla corte degli eredi di Gengis Khan per scongiurare un nuovo flagello mongolo sulla CristianitHa cos inizio il lunghissimo e avventuroso viaggio di Giovanni da Pian del Carpine fino a Karakorum, alla corte del Gran Khan Guyuk due anni e mezzo costellati di spettacoli raccapriccianti, fatiche e stenti, ma anche di racconti e incontri favolosiDalle pagine Storia dei Kindle - di questa cronaca risuona vivida la voce umile e al tempo risoluta dell uomo che per primo, e dal vero, ha svelato agli Europei i segreti di quell estremo oriente per secoli temuto e favoleggiatoIl testo presentato nella preziosa traduzione dell umanista veneto Giovan Battista Ramusio A cura di Daniele Lucchini.


10 thoughts on “Storia dei Mongoli

  1. Nyamka Ganni Nyamka Ganni says:

    , 10, 10,,13


  2. Adam Adam says:

    They destroyed cities and castles and killed men and besieged Kiev, which is the greatest Russian city, and after a long siege they took Kiev and killed the townspeople, so when we went through that country we found countless human skulls and bones from the dead scattered over the field Indeed Kiev had been a very great and populous city but now is reduced to almost nothing In fact, there are hardly two hundred houses there now and the people are held in the strictest servitude Carrying the They destroyed cities and castles and killed men and besieged Kiev, which is the greatest Russian city, and after a long siege they took Kiev and killed the townspeople, so when we went through that country we found countless human skulls and bones from the dead scattered over the field Indeed Kiev had been a very great and populous city but now is reduced to almost nothing In fact, there are hardly two hundred houses there now and the people are held in the strictest servitude Carrying the war from there, the Tartars destroyed all of Russia.Also known as the Ystoria Mongalorum, this is the report of a Franciscan who travelled as ambassador to the court of the Mongols He has a sharp eye for detail, and reliably recounts the Mongols customs, history and even their military arrangements Though he s a bit too credulous of the things he s told by the Mongols, falling for a variation of the elk story Caesar reported from Gaul Occodai Khan, the son of Chingis Khan, built a city after he was enthroned as emperor, in the country of these Karakytai and he called it Emil It is near a great wasteland where it is said that forest people live who are mute and do not have knees, so that if they fall they cannot get up without the help of others But they have such skill that they make felt from the wool of camels by which they are clothed and which they use for tents Whenever the Tartars attack them and wound them with arrows, they put grass in the wound and flee quickly from them Such were the report s charms that some of it was plundered for use in The Travels of Sir John Mandeville, conflating the Mongols with the legend Prester John, though Giovanni gets that the Mongols were no friends of Christendom It s an easy mistake to make though, as Ghengis Khan s mother was a Nestorian Christian and the Mongols were good at playing the religions off one another He understands the effectiveness of their military and suggests that Europe will need to mimic the Mongols in their organization, if not their barbarity He also refused to take a Mongol ambassador back with him, for fear that the Mongols would find out how disorganized Europe was


  3. Yusuf Yusuf says:

    Bilgi verilen ilk b l m biraz s k c buldum Seyahatname k sm ise k sayd Yine de 1245 y l ndan kalan bir Mo olistan seyahatnamesi her t rl okunur ya da dinlenir Biraz beklentimin y ksekli i nedeniyle hayal k r kl oldu galiba Ayr ca storytel den dinledi im ikinci kitap oldu Son y llarda bu kadar verim ald m ba ka bir platform yok M thi bir olay.


  4. Kadir Kadir says:

    Plan Carpini nin Mo olistan g zlemlerini ve seyahatnamesini i eriyor nce Batu sonra G y k n ordas na giden Carpini, olduk a s r kleyici bir ekilde g rd klerini anlatm Yay na haz rlayan dipnotlar ile zenginle tirilmi.


  5. Rex Fuller Rex Fuller says:

    John of Carpini was a Franciscan originally from Umbria, appointed by Pope Innocent IV as papal legate to the Mongols At the time of his appointment, Carpini was provincial of Germany stationed at Cologne Starting from Lyon, the then seat of the of the Holy See, in April, 1245 26 years before Marco Polo travelled , he crossed Eastern Europe, Ukraine, and Russia, to the Golden Horde or camp, of the just elected Great Khan, Cuyuc, grandson of Genghis Khan, near what is today Karakorum in ce John of Carpini was a Franciscan originally from Umbria, appointed by Pope Innocent IV as papal legate to the Mongols At the time of his appointment, Carpini was provincial of Germany stationed at Cologne Starting from Lyon, the then seat of the of the Holy See, in April, 1245 26 years before Marco Polo travelled , he crossed Eastern Europe, Ukraine, and Russia, to the Golden Horde or camp, of the just elected Great Khan, Cuyuc, grandson of Genghis Khan, near what is today Karakorum in central Mongolia He returned in June, 1247 This is the account of the trip It perhaps goes without saying the Great Khan refused the Pope s invitation to convert to Christianity, and instead directed the Pope to come and submit to him Carpini s description of the Mongols is straightforward and detailed For example, he tells of their practice of plundering cities that did not surrender by mentioning the many thousands of skulls and bones still littering the site of Kiev, destroyed by the Mongols twelve years earlier His account is comprehensive and fascinating, including everything from the apparent absence of vegetables from the Mongol diet to their military tactic of feigning retreat to draw the enemy into encirclement To survive the trip, some 4,000 miles each way on horseback over difficult terrain, averaging at least 10 miles a day, and the encounter with any number of hostile kingdoms as well as the most fearsome empire in the world at the time was a stunning achievement, and a testament to his stamina, courage, and diplomatic skill


  6. Meltem Sağlam Meltem Sağlam says:

    lgin bir kitap Bir seyahatname, g nl k tarz nda yaz lm Ancak biraz da n k, okuma zorlu u yarat yor Baz ifadeler, ikinci a zdan anlat ld i in hatalar i erdi i anla l yor Bununla birlikte temel baz bilgilere ula ma anlam nda yararl.Kitab n sonunda yer alan Cengiz Han n B y k Yasas ok ilgin Tarihin en ac mas z h k mdar n n, kendi halk n n ve y netimi alt na girmeyi kabul etmi olan di er halklar n haklar n n korunmas konusundaki talimatlar n ve her eyin bu kadar kirlenmemi lgin bir kitap Bir seyahatname, g nl k tarz nda yaz lm Ancak biraz da n k, okuma zorlu u yarat yor Baz ifadeler, ikinci a zdan anlat ld i in hatalar i erdi i anla l yor Bununla birlikte temel baz bilgilere ula ma anlam nda yararl.Kitab n sonunda yer alan Cengiz Han n B y k Yasas ok ilgin Tarihin en ac mas z h k mdar n n, kendi halk n n ve y netimi alt na girmeyi kabul etmi olan di er halklar n haklar n n korunmas konusundaki talimatlar n ve her eyin bu kadar kirlenmemi ve t ketilmemi oldu u tarihlerde, evre konusunda ne kadar duyarl oldu unu g rmek a rt c Ke ke g n m zde de ayn duyarl l k d zeyine ula abilsek


  7. C.B. Matson C.B. Matson says:

    Astonishing first hand account of the 13th century Mongol civilization seen through the eyes of a Franciscan friar However, footnotes and maps would make it easier to follow Web edition published by eBooks Adelaide.edu


  8. Lari Lari says:

    Muchexciting and interesting that I could have ever imagined


  9. Mert Mert says:

    Bir solukta okuyup bitirdim Yazar n ilave notlar ve kimi yerlerdeki d zeltmeleri kitab n de erini daha da artt r yor.


  10. Mikko Mikko says:

    T ss suomalaisessa painoksessa on Carpinin alkuper isen kirjan lis ksi Antti Ruotsalan esipuhe ja alaviitteet, jotka auttavat lukijaa ymm rt m n tapahtumia ja kerrontaa huomattavasti paremmin Lis ksi mukana on alkuper inen paavin ja mongolien kaanin kirjeenvaihto, hurjat kolme kirjett T llaista aikalaishistoriaa on hauska lukea, sill siin tarkka historiankerronta ja aivan lytt m t legendat kietoutuvat hienosti yhteen.


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