Tamerlane: Lame but never halting - The Economist

Tamerlane: Lame but never halting

Tamerlane: Lame but never halting - The Economist
Tamerlane: Lame but never halting
Published Aug 28, 2004
602 words — Published Aug 28, 2004
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HIS trademark was a pile of skulls, formed from the slaughtered inhabitants of cities that resisted him. He launched a fresh military campaign almost every spring, riding south one year to sack Delhi, then west to the shores of the Mediterranean,...

  
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