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The domains of the Golden Horde in the year 1389, before the Tokhtamysh-Timur war. The rivers are shown in blue, the 2006 international borders in light brown, and important cities of 1389 with a black circle. The capital of the Golden Horde, Sarai is shown with a gold star. Kiev, Moscow, Novgorod and Vilnius are shown as circles.

This map uses a Lambert azimuthal equal-area projection.


Among other sources:

  • Morgan, David (1986) The Mongols, Butler & Tanner, Frome, Somerset.

plus a review of the w:en:Tatar Encyclopedia.


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