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English: Inscribed stele of Mongke Khan (1209-1259).

Kept in the National Museum of Mongolia, Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia.

Date: 1257 (based on the Chinese text to the right)

Transcription of Mongol text: Urugun urugigar kedun kedun uyes-te Mongke Khagan tumen tumen nasulatugai kemeju Bars Tuge bosgul... Kurtele ana dabirgantu buyan kurtugei.

Cyrillic: Ургийн ургаар хэдэн хэдэн үест Мөнх хаан түмэн түмэн насалтугай хэмээж Барс Түгэ босгуул... Хүртэл ана давирганд буян хүртүгэй.

Translation: From generation to generation, for era upon era May Mongke Khan live for ten thousand times ten thousand (endless) years, thus says Bars Tuge dedicating...

Until then may virtue be upon him.
Date 23 November 2012
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