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|The Great Wall as Perilous Frontier for the Mongols in 16th Century: Reconsidering Nomadic-Sedentary Relations in Premodern Inner Asia|
|International Journal of Korean History. 2016;21(1):121-156. Published online 2016 February 27 DOI: https://doi.org/10.22372/ijkh.2016.21.1.121|
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