Kirakos of Ganjak on the Mongols, by John Andrew Boyle, from Central Asiatic Journal, Vol. 8, No. 3 (September 1963), pp. 199-205, 207-214, in 16 pdf pages. This is Boyle's translation of Chapter 32 in the important History of the Armenians, written by Kirakos of Ganjak (d. 1271/1272), which contains a lexicon of some 55 Mongolian terms with their Armenian equivalents. "Writing ca. 1241 he interrupts the narration of events to give, for the benefit of posterity, a brief description of the appearance, customs and speech of the invaders. The importance of his word-list, one of the earliest monuments of the Mongol language, has long been recognized; but the data on the beliefs and practices of the Mongols, which supplement and amplify our information from other sources, are also of great value." Uploaded by Robert Bedrosian.