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This front matter section of the book titled Early Christian Remains of Inner Mongolia: Discovery, Reconstruction and Appropriation contains the table of contents, list of maps, figures, plates, list of appendices, acknowledgements, a note on names, spelling and illustrations and an introduction. In the period leading up to the Mongol rule, a Turkic tribe settled in the steppes south of the Gobi desert. Having submitted early to the Mongols, their rulers received the daughters of the ruling khans in marriage. The book looks into the early Christian heritage of the Öngüt. It focuses primarily on Christian remains originating from the region north of the Daqingshan mountains, now included in the Damaoqi and Siziwangqi banners of Inner Mongolia.

Keywords:Öngüt; early Christian heritage; Inner Mongolia



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