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Genghis Khan's descendants find family documents 2007-02-25 18:08:40

    BEIJING, Feb. 25 (Xinhua) -- One of Genghis Khan's direct descendants has been identified after he discovered in his backyard a hundred -year-old document showing his family tree, the Sunday Chongqing Morning Post reports.

    Bao Wenguang, says the document, written in Mongolian, Manchurian Mandarin, proves he is a direct descendant of the legendary warrior who united Mongolia eight centuries ago and ruled an empire that stretched from Southeast Asia to Central Europe.

    The document was found in 2002 when his mother was tidying up the courtyard in the family's ancestral home, but Bao is only now making the find publicly known.

    The "Bao family tree", is 6 meters long, 1.45 meters wide and together with other documents covers a period of more than 200 years.

    They fill in a number of historical gaps and are quite significant, experts said.


Ancient fresco may show Genghis Khan funeral ceremony

    HOHHOT, Dec. 26 (Xinhua) -- A fresco painting of a Mongolian funeral ceremony in Arjai Grotto in North China's Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region shows Genghis Khan (1167-1227), according to experts.

    The richly-decorated mural in the 28th cave of Arjai Grotto is 50 cm long and 35 cm wide. It depicts a luxurious Mongolian funeral of a man held above a funeral pit by the beaks of four white cranes, said Pan Zhaodong, a researcher from the Social Science Academy of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region.

Genghis Khan's headquarters of expedition to W Xia regime found

    HOHHOT, Dec. 25 (Xinhua) -- Genghis Khan (1167-1227) based his sixth expeditionary force to the Western Xia regime in 1226 in Otog Qi (county) in Ordos, a city of North China's Inner Mongolia autonomous region, a Chinese expert has claimed.

    "Genghis Khan's main force was located in Arjai Grotto of Otog Qi where he recovered from injuries," said Batujirghal, director of the Otog cultural relics protection center.

    The claim is the latest in a long-running debate over whether Genghis Khan's troops passed through Ordos.

Editor: Yan Liang
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