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Features forty essays by experts which reflect new approaches in the field. Complete dictionary of scientific biography This link opens in a new window This link opens in a new window This link opens in a new window. William of Rubruck , a Flemish missionary who visited the Mongol court of Mongke Khan at Karakorum and returned to Europe in , was a friend of the English philosopher and scientific thinker Roger Bacon.
The latter recorded the earliest known European recipe for gunpowder in his Opus Majus of Bar Sauma, who spoke Chinese , Persian , and Old Uyghur , traveled with a cohort of Italians who served as translators, with Europeans communicating to him in Persian. Luttwak depicts the arrival of these Nestorian envoys to the court of the Byzantine ruler Andronikos II as something akin to "receiving mail from his in-law in Beijing," since Kublai Khan was a grandson of Genghis Khan and Andronikos had two half-sisters who were married to great-grandsons of Genghis.
In the Mongol-led Yuan dynasty collapsed amid widespread internal revolt during the Red Turban Rebellion , whose Han Chinese leader would become the founding emperor of the Ming dynasty. The Italian Jesuit missionary Matteo Ricci would be the first European invited into the Ming-era Forbidden City in Beijing during the reign of the Wanli Emperor , where in he would publish his map of the world in Chinese that introduced the existence of the American continents to Chinese geographers.
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Further information: Chronology of European exploration of Asia. Lefthand image : The Sampul tapestry , a woolen wall hanging from Shanpula or Sampul; now in Lop County , Xinjiang , showing a possibly Greek soldier from the Greco-Bactrian kingdom — BC , with blue eyes , wielding a spear, and wearing what appears to be a diadem headband; depicted above him is a centaur , from Greek mythology , a common motif in Hellenistic art  Righthand image : Two Buddhist monks on a mural of the Bezeklik Thousand Buddha Caves near Turpan , Xinjiang , China, 9th century AD; although Albert von Le Coq assumed the blue-eyed , red-haired monk was a Tocharian ,  modern scholarship has identified similar Caucasian figures of the same cave temple No.
Further information: China-Greece relations. Main article: Sino-Roman relations. Further information: Byzantine diplomacy , Byzantine-Mongol alliance , and Tang dynasty. Main article: History of gunpowder. Further information: History of the firearm and History of artillery. The dates between Sui to Yuan comprise the medieval period in Chinese history. Historians of Chinese history call this period the "Chinese Imperial Era", which began after the unification of the seven kingdoms by the Qin Dynasty — BC.
With the Ming Dynasty , the early modern era began. Mair ed , Sino-Platonic Papers , No. Accessed 3 September See also endnote Watt, John P. O'Neill et. Ching-Jung Chen et. Edited by Denis Twitchett and Michael Loewe.
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