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Letter from Qubilai Qa'an(「大蒙古國皇帝」 =the Emperor of Yeke Mongol Ulus) to "the King of Japan"(「日本國王」=天皇, the Emperor of Japan), 8th Month, 1266. The picture shows a copy from 1268. Original is 25.5 cm high and 39.4 cm wide. Contained in 『調伏異朝怨敵抄』 the "records about the subjugation of foreign states through buddhist virtues" (?), Todai-ji temple, Nara, Japan

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Source Dschingis Khan und seine Erben, München 2005, p. 333
Author Qubilai Qa'an/(transcribed by 東大寺宗性 Soushou (1202-1278)Todai-ji temple, Nara, Japan

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