Looking for Genghis

February 2009
Military History;Feb/Mar2009, Vol. 25 Issue 6, p14
The article reports on the Valley of the Khans Project launched by researchers from the University of California at San Diego. The project is a three-year effort to find the unmarked grave of Mongol leader Genghis Khan. The team from the Center for Interdisciplinary Science in Art, Architecture and Archaeology plans to use satellite image, ground-penetrating radar, magnetometry and other advanced technologies.


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