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        Second Example of a Mongol Pa�za, illustration from 'The Travels of Marco Polo', translated by Henry Yule, published 1875

        English School, (19th century). Medium: lithograph. A Pa�za, or Gerege, was a Mongol tablet of authority. This illustration shows a Gerege that was found in the former territory of the Mongol Golden Horde at the Dnieper River in 1845. "with Superscription in the Uighur Character". Provenance: Private Collection.

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