Title: Secen qan ayimaG-un qoyar jerge nemegsen Gurban jerge temdeglegsen beyise-yin jerge Yosotu jasaG terigUn jerge tayiji Dorjijab-un qosiGun-u nutuG-un bayidal jiruG
“Map of the territory of the banner of Dorjjav (1909-1922), ‘Yost’ ruling prince with two ranks added and three ranks registered, with the rank of Beis, Prince of the first rank, of Setsen Han Aimag”
Date: Olan-a ergUgdegsen-U arban nigedUger on jun-u terigUn sar-a-yin qorin yisUn
“29th day of the first summer month in the 11th year of Olnoo O’rgogdson (1921)”
Seal: Secen qan ayimaG-un yosotu jasaG-un qosiGu jakiruGci tamaG-a
“Seal of the ruler of the ‘Yost’ ruling prince’s banner in Setsen Han Aimag”
Size: 75 x 75 cm
Material: Chinese paper
Cf. 767 Hs.or.11.(1907) (Heissig 1961: 400), 768 Hs.or.141.(1910) (Heissig 1961: 400-401; Heissig 1978: 75)
References: Сономдагва 1998: 113-116; МУШ 1997 I: 87-88.
(1) A little to the right of the center of the map, there is a distinctive pumpkin-shaped mountain named “Bayanmo’nh Uul”(H07-I07). This mountain is located at N46°48’00, E113°58’30; on the 1:500,000 scale map published in modern Mongolia, it is identified as “Darhan Haan Uul.” This mountain with an oboo on the top appears to have been an important landmark in this banner, and the banner was renamed “Bayanmo’nh uulyn hoshuu” after this mountain in 1923 (Содномдагва 1967: 60).
(2) The present-day town of Baruun-Urt, capital of Su’hbaatar Aimag, is located near the site of the former Soyolyg deejuulsen Su’m (E07), while the center of Su’hbaatar Sum is located near the site of the former Niiteer soyogch Su’m (H07). The aimag and the sum were named after Su’hbaatar, the great hero of the revolution in 1921, as his parents were born in the territory of present-day Su’hbaatar Sum.