g.yu ru (left horn)

The ancient territories in eastern Lho kha. (The area is locally described as belonging to the domain of the mythical 'Mon king' Mon Shing khri rgyal po, with his seat on Mt Rtsa ri)
The ancient district of Gnyal.
The old districts of Gnyal and Lo ro and the adjacent areas of Byar and Bya yul.
The grave fields of Yar lung and 'Phyong po.
The districts of Lho brag and Gtam shul. The numbers in bracket (or given in red on Map 2) indicate the grave fields in this regions. The yellow symbols on Map 2 refer to the sites of the two copies of the Lho brag inscription dedicated to the Lde’u cung family line (see 065-2). The inscriptions’ positons on the map are based on the details given in Huo Wei 2010b, which also cites local accounts regarding the situation of two identical inscriptions in this area. One of these storys says that the inscriptions originally marked the border of the land, which the Lde’u cung was granted by the emperor.
Around Lake Yar ’brog (yellow symbol = grave field).
The area of ancient Dags po. (Note: the burial mound sites with yellow numbers refer to grave fields of modern Rgya tsha County, numbers in blue belong are sites of Snang County; the purple symbols indicate the sites of the four “Bya khyung ’bab sa towers” of Western Dvags po.
The burial mounds in the ancient territory of G.ye.
The central area of the Gtsam shul district (Mtsho smad County) and its burial mound sites (red symbol)
The burial mound sites of the Grva district (yellow symbol).
The upper regions of Yar lung and ’Phyong po. (The indications of burial mound sites on this map are restricted to the place of “Tibet’s first