Kublai Khan’s Role in the Cultural Development of the Yuan Empire

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Bedelova Gulzhana, Mukhazhanova Tolkynb, Sadykova Raikhanc, , a Candidate of historical sciences, docent of the chair of World history, historiography and Source, al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi street 71, Almaty 050040, Kazakhstanb Candidate of historical sciences, docent of the chair of World history, historiography and Source, al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al-Farabi street 71, Almaty 050040, Kazakhstanc Candidate of historical sciences, docent of the chair of World history, historiography and Source, al-Farabi Kazakh National University, al- Farabi street 71, Almaty 050040, Kazakhstan

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doi:10.1016/j.sbspro.2014.01.1297Get rights and content Under a Creative Commons license

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Abstract

In the era of Mongol rule occurred not only destructions, also residents of a region continued to write literary works in their own languages, engaged in the fine arts, the construction of buildings in the traditional style. The Mongol conquest influenced to their art and appeared in some of the special features. This is especially happened in the era of the Yuan Empire. Kublai Khan, the ruler of the empire Yuan, paid attention to poets and writers, painters and calligraphers, architects, whose work on their enlightened contemporaries said, as a “revolution” in the fine art of the time. Also, the emperor of the Yuan Dynasty was paying much attention to writing, which he saw as a sign of sovereignty in the field of culture.

Purpose of the article to consider the role of Kublai Khan in the cultural construction of the Yuan Empire, as part of a civilization vision of historical processes that is the state and development of culture and art of China during Mongol rule.

Research methods are based on many of the source materials, also were involved in the research works of scientists from different countries.

Keywords

the art of war; the Turks; the Avar Khaganate; Avar troops

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