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The Erdeniin Tobchi (Mongolian: Хаадын үндэсний эрдэнийн товч, ᠬᠠᠳ ᠤᠨ
ᠲᠣᠪᠴᠢ, summary of the Khans' treasure) is a national chronicle and set of Mongolian judicial laws over historical content in the 17th century. It was written by Saghang Sechen in 1662.
The Erdeniin Tobchi is commonly called The Chronicles of Sagang Sechen. A first translation into a western language (German) was published by the Moravian missionary Isaac Jacob Schmidt in 1829. The English translation by John Krueger is called The Bejeweled Summary of the Origin of the Khan: A History of the Eastern Mongols to 1662.
It is generally regarded by nearly all modern Mongolists as a primary source of accurate Mongol history. The names in this work are reputed to be uncorrupted.
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