Title: Secen qan ayimaG-un beyise Sangsarayidorji-yin qosiGun-u nutuG-un jiruG
“Map of the territory of the banner of Beis Sangsarayidorji (1898-1918) of Setsen Han Aimag”
Date: BadaraGultu tOrO-yin Gucin GurbaduGar on jun-u dumdadu sar-a-yin qorin tabun
“25th day of the middle summer month in the 33rd year of Guang xu (光緒) (1907)”
Seal: Qalq-a-yin doron-a jam-un dumdaduki emUnetU qosiGu-yi jakiruGci tamaG-a
“Seal of the ruler of the Middle Southern banner in the Eastern road of Halha”
Size: 100 x 60 cm
Material: Chinese paper
Cf. M001, 773 Hs.or.85.(1907) (Heissig 1961:402-403), 774 Hs.or.139.(1910) (Heissig 1961:403; Heissig 1978:78)
References: Сономдагва 1998: 149-153; МУШ 1997 I: 78-80.
Note: This map represents the same banner that appears in M001, but has north at the top. The Yalguulsan Hutagt’s dwelling ger is indicated in the middle of the map, on the northern bank of the Herlen River (G13). It was not until 1913 that the territory of the Yalguulsan Hutagt’s shavis was defined in this banner (Сономдагва 1998: 161-163; МУШ 1997 I: 32-33). The contemporary town of Choibalsan is located near the former site of the Shashin Uhaantai Su’m (F13).