MediŠval Researches from Eastern Asiatic Sources: pt. 3. Explanation of a Mongol-Chinese mediŠval map of central and western Asia. pt. 4 Chinese intercourse with the countries of central and western Asia during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries
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Chinese Mediaeval Map
Countries and Places in the Empire of YuEDStrBr
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