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Genghis Khan

Mongol emperor of China, 1162-1227, also called Jenghiz, Jingis or the Gran Khan.

Fishburn and Hughes: "The great Mongol warrior and ruler of genius who, after subduing the nomadic tribes of Mongolia, turned his attention to neighbouring states. Genghis led a series of expansionist military campaigns of extraordinary atrocity and plunder which resulted in the establishment of the Great Mongol Empire." (76)

Borges Index: 
Historias de jinetes, Evaristo Carriego, OC, 153, 155. El acercamiento a Almotásim, Historia de la eternidad, OC, 418. El ave Roc, El libro de los seres imaginarios, OCC, 589. El Unicornio Chino, El libro de los seres imaginarios, OCC, 705. 10 de febrero de 1956, BH, 176. Margaret Smith: The Persian Mystics, BS, 278. Magias parciales, CQ, 55. El Simurgh y el águila, NED, 142. El simurg y el águila (1948), PB, 179.