"These terrible strangers have taken our country" - The Mongol Invasion of Hungary and the Battle of Mohi in 1241
"They are the Four Dogs of Temujin. They have foreheads of brass, their jaws are like scissors, their tongues like piercing awls, their heads are iron, their whipping tails swords ... In the day of battle, they devour enemy flesh. Behold, they are now unleashed, and they slobber at the mouth with glee. These four dogs are Jebe, and Kublai, Jelme, and Subotai."
(The Secret History of the Mongols)
|Vasily Maximov (1844 - 1911): "Mongols demanding the surrender of Vladimir" ( around 1880)|
|A late 13th century depiction of the Battle of Mohi, moving the action on the bridge and attributing the Mongols with anachronistic Islamic insignia - the Golden Horde did not convert to Islam before 1313|
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