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Mongol Empire's largest extent outlined in red; en:Timur-i-Lenk's empire is shaded.

Source: Shepherd, William. Historical Atlas. New York: Henry Holt and Company, 1911.

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20:26, 24 January 2006 en:User:
18:33, 27 November 2005 en:User:Zinoviev (Add summary)
08:45, 14 August 2005 en:User: (this is the picture that was created before 1970 which doesn't have copyright holder for some reason. I don't know the tag.)
07:26, 15 July 2005 en:User:Hottentot (you're wright, it's probably pd, but that has not been verified)
16:02, 23 May 2005 en:User:GurraJG
07:16, 11 February 2005 en:User:Enkh (This image is in public domain)

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