Asia under the Mongols
This map indicates the advances of the Mongols in Eastern Europe and Asia. Inset graphs illustrate the ruins of Karakorum (Buddhist Monastery of Erdeni-tso) and Shang-Tu.
- Advances of Mongol Hordes
- Route of Marco Polo between 1271-1295 A.D.
- Other Routes
- Names of European travelers (mostly Marco Polo) marked with a star
History and Commercial Atlas of China, Albert Herrmann, Ph.D., Harvard University Press, 1935.
See Huhai Website.
This map is one in the series:
- Asia under the Mongols, 1290 A.D.
- Chinese abroad, ca. 1930 A.D.
- The Chinese Republic with Tibet and Mongolia c. 1935
- Modern China-Traffic and Communications, 20th Century
- The Manchu Empire and the European Powers, 1644-1912 A.D.
- Beginnings of the Mongol Empire-Boundaries of 1234 A.D.
- Foreign Religions in Central Asia and China up to the 14th Century A.D.