books

Books about Erdeni:

booksErdeni-Yin Tobci/Precious Summary: A Mongolian Chronicle of 1662 (Faculty of Asian Studies Monographs, 18) (Volume... by Sayang Secen (Jul 1991)

booksErdeni-yin tobci (Precious Summary) Vol. II: A Mongolian Chronicle of 1662 - Word-Index to the Urga text prepared... (1991)

booksErdeni-yin tobci (Precious Summary) Vol. II: A Mongolian Chronicle of 1662 (Word-Index to the Urga text prepared... by SaYang Secen (1991)

booksERDENI-YIN TOBCI Mongolian Chronicle by Sarang Secen, Parts 1 & 3 by Francis W (Ed) Cleaves (1956)

booksErdeni-yin Tobci: Mongolian Chronicle, Part 1 by Sayang Secen (1956)

booksErdeni-Yin Tob I: Mongolian Chronicle by Sa Ang Se En, Part IV: Manuscript C (Harvard-Yenching Institute Scripta... by Sayang Se En, Antoine Mostaert and Francis Woodman Cleaves (Jan 1, 1956)

booksErdeni-Yin Tob I: Mongolian Chronicle by Sa Ang Se En, Part I (Harvard-Yenching Institute Scripta Mongolica) by Sayang Se En, Antoine Mostaert and Francis Woodman Cleaves (Jan 1, 1956)

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Wiki information Erdeni:

Erdeni Batur
Noble person, Person, Deceased Person

Erdeni Batur was a Choros-Oirat prince generally considered to be the founder of the Dzungar Khanate, centered in the Dzungaria region of modern northwest China.

Erdeniin Tobchi
Book, Written Work

The Erdeniin Tobchi is a national chronicle and set of Mongolian judicial laws over historical content in the 17th century. It was written in 1662. The Erdeniin Tobchi is commonly called "The Chronicles of Sagang Sechen". A first translation into a...