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This appendix section of the book titled Early Christian Remains of Inner Mongolia: Discovery, Reconstruction and Appropriation is divided into four parts. The first part contains coordinates of Nestorian sites in Inner Mongolia and Fangshan. The second part explores the images from rare or inaccessible publications. Certain images include Sketches of seven stones from Shizhuziliang, One stone from Shizhuziliang, and 'Ordos bronze'. The third part provides glossary and the final part presents errata and additional data to Halbertsma. The book presents some new material and focuses in particular on the description of Nestorian heritage. It examines the appropriation of the Nestorian heritage by different groups of peoples in Inner Mongolia.

Keywords:Nestorian heritage; Shizhuziliang



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