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Bolor Erike: Mongolian Chronicle, Part I-V

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PAPERBACK

$59.50 • £47.95 • €53.50

ISBN 9780674078000

Publication Date: 01/01/1959

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Third in the Scripta Mongolica series, this book reproduces a rare printed text of the Bolor Erike or Chaplet of Crystals, written in the eighteenth century but preserving a number of recitals, some unknown elsewhere, relating to Chinggis Qaghan and his line and to the history of the Mongols under the Chinese Ming dynasty. The dean of the world’s Mongolists provides a thorough textual and historical analysis.

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