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Most towns in Galicia and Volhyinia were burned to the ground.The Rus soldiers under Daniel's son, Lev, and brother, Vasily, joined the Mongol expedition.World-famous among turkologists and mongolists was a Polish scholar Władysław Kotwicz, author of many works devoted to Mongolia and Mongolian literature, the discoverer (1912) of the old-Mongolian stone inscriptions in the Erdene Zuu Monastery.Other well-known Polish mongolists were Marian Lewicki, Stanisław Kałużynski and Stanisław Godziński.President, every success in the New Year and I hope we will meet soon," the Polish president concluded.
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Polish–Mongolian literary relations are the interrelationships between Polish and Mongolian literature that date to the late Middle Ages.
There are also links between Polish and Mongolian philology and literary studies.
There are numerous mentions of the Mongols in the writings of virtually all Polish chroniclers, notably Jan Długosz.
From the 15th to the 18th centuries, Mongolian affairs were connected or identified in Poland directly with the severe devastation wrought on the country by the Mongol invasions from late 1240 to 1241, then again in 1259–1260 and in 1287–1288.