Travels in Mongolia, Part IV—The Northern Mountains - Rogers Archaeology Lab

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John Stampfl

Two Hunnu sites:

One in China: http://www.blueskymongolia.info/china/shaanxi/tongwancheng/tongwancheng.html

other in Mongolia, near Mongonmorit, which is about 130 km East of UB. N48 20 23.09, E108 37 37.13. Notice the orientation of the walls. Many "ceremonial sites" have this same orientation.

John Stampfl

Another site in Mongolia, at the White Temple, near KharKorum. N47 04 14.34, E120 04 15.25. Maybe from the Uighur period.

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