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Title Ch'ang Ch'un's Travels
ID / label 1366 / ds_1366
Description The travels of Taoist Monk Ch'ang Ch'un to the court of Chingkis Khan, translated by E. Bretschneider in 1888. Ch'ang Ch'un was accompanied by his disciple, Li Chi Ch'ang, who composed most of the narrative. It is his detailed notes which describe the geography and culture that they encountered on the journey.
# Records 50
Timespan earliest: 1220; latest: 1223
Source(s) Silk Road Narratives: A Collection of Historical Texts - Travels of Ch'ang Ch'un to Central Asia
Last modified 16 May 2024
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Creator(s) None
Contributors Louise Matthews


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