By Jacques Sapir, Jacques Piatigorsky
Cet ouvrage tente de lever le voile sur une énigme historique de los angeles taille d’un empire disparu, celui des Khazars, qui aurait duré du VIIe au XIe siècle de notre ère, avant les Croisades. Cet empire s’étendait entre los angeles Caspienne et l. a. mer Noire, entre l. a. Volga et los angeles chaîne du Caucase, au croisement des grandes routes commerciales. Les Khazars, peuple cavalier, ont vu coexister dans leur empire les trois spiritualités chrétienne, juive et musulmane.
Pourquoi l’empire s’est-il écroulé ? Pourquoi les Khazars ont-ils été si longtemps oublié ? Et pourquoi d’Arthur Koestler à Marek Halter, les Khazars font-ils rêver ?
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