The Travels of Marco Polo/Book 4/Chapter 33

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The Valiant Feats And Victory Of King Nogai[edit]

(The deeds of Nogai surpass all; the enemy scatter like a flock, and are pursued, losing 60,000 men, but Toctai escapes, and so do the two sons of Totamangu.)