Mongolʹskai︠a︡ istoriografii︠a︡. English
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Studies on East Asian, Volume 24
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Edward H. Kaplan
Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University
Mongolian Historical Writing from 1200-1700, by Bira Shagdaryn and translated by John R. Krueger: From the time that Russian scholars began the study of Mongolian sources, about a century and a half has gone past (see Bibliography. During this time, through the efforts of Mongolists of different countries much work has been performed in collecting, publishing and studying the monuments of Mongolian historical literature.
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Bira, Sh. (Shagdaryn), "Mongolian Historical Writing from 1200-1700" (2002). East Asian Studies Press. 22.
Copyright 2002 the Center for East Asian Studies, Western Washington University