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The main theme and motivation of Mongolian historiographical works of the seventeenth century onwards was the perpetuation and glorification of the Chinggisid lineage. The Mongol chroniclers presented the Chinggisid lineage as sacred and everlasting, like the flow of the sacred Ganges. This paper examines the significance of this perpetuation of the Chinggisid lineage in the construction and reconstruction of the Mongolian identity by examining the historiographical works of the seventeenth through early twentieth centuries.

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In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State
In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State
In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State
In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State
In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State
In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State
In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State
In: The Taiji Government and the Rise of the Warrior State