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Over the 23 years of its existence, the Institute has issued more than 60 scientific publications that have become the result of the scientific and research activities of the Institute. In addition, IICAS has been publishing the journal IICAS for more than 10 years. The journal is published twice a year in Russian and English, and is on the list of the Higher Attestation Commission of Uzbekistan. All publications of the Institute are distributed free of charge and are available to everyone. IICAS, independently or in cooperation with UNESCO, organizes international scientific conferences in which dozens of leading scientists from Central Asia and the world have already taken part. Many of the IICAS publications are bilingual and are prepared in English and Russian.

English, Russian

IICC-X Newsletter. 36th Issue. Spring 2020

ISBN: -; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: Бюллетень Международного центра консервации ИКОМОС г. Сиань. Выпуск 36. Весна 2020 г.;

Feng Jian (Ed.). (2020). IICC-X Newsletter. 36th Issue. Spring 2020. Xi’an : IICC-X. The 36th edition of the Bulletin of the ICOMOS International Conservation Center-Xi’an (IICC-X) is dedicated to transnational serial nominations of the Silk Road corridors to the UNESCO World Heritage List. The publication discusses the progress related to the study of objects of the Zarafshan-Karakum, Volga-Caspian corridors of the Silk Road and the preparation of nomination files. The matters related to cultural heritage preservation and management of Central Asia and China are briefly covered. The Newsletter is a periodical of the ICOMOS International Conservation Center-Xi’an (IICC-X) and is addressed to specialists in the field of cultural heritage, history, geography and ethnography, as well as a wide range of readers interested in the history and culture of the countries of the Great Silk Road.

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Impact of Islam on the Silk Road.

ISBN: 978-9943-357-53-2 ; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: Влияние ислама на Шелковый путь.;

The publication has been prepared in the framework of the “History of Central Asia” international research project, initiated by the International Institute for Central Asian Studies (IICAS).     The study focuses on the role of Islam in flourishing and advancement of the Great Silk Road. Source works of Islamic authors, presented in the publication, contain data on geography, history of the region and route network of Islamic states. It describes cities and distances between them, offering a comprehensive overview of the global routes. The publication is intended for specialists and a wide audience interested in the history of Central Asia.The authors bear the responsibility for the choice and representation of facts and opinions contained in this publication which do not express the views held by UNESCO. The terms and materials used in the publication do not contain the view held by UNESCO in relation to the legal status of any state, territory, any city, zone of influence or borders.

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Ilkhanid governance and its impact on the Silk Road

ISBN: 978-9943-357-52-5; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: Правление Ильханидов и его влияние на Шелковый путь;

Bayat, M. (Ed.). (2018). Ilkhanid governance and its impact on the Silk Road. Samarkand : IICAS.This publication contains materials of the International Scientific Conference “The Reign of the Ilkhanids and its Impact on the Silk Road” held in the city of Zanjan (Islamic Republic of Iran) on 21 November, 2018.It might be of interest to both to specialist and a wider community of readers interested in the history and culture of peoples of the region of Central Asia.

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Русский

RELIGIONS OF CENTRAL ASIA AND AZERBAIJAN

ISBN: -; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: RELIGIONS OF CENTRAL ASIA AND AZERBAIJAN;

As an established world religion, Christianity began to spread in Central Asia in the first half of the first Millennium ad. History the history of the teaching here is closely connected with the history of the Christian Church, and with the political and cultural history of the peoples of the Middle East and especially Iran. How V. V. Barthold noted in his summary of Christianity in ancient and medieval Turkestan, a great role in the spread of various religions, including Christianity,trade routes played. This is confirmed by both written and archaeological sources [Barthold, 1964, Pp. 280-286; Prominent, 2011]. As you know, branches of the Great silk road crossed the territory of Central Asia in many directions[Formation and development of trails..., 1990].Jewish communities appeared in Central Asia, apparently as early as the Achaemenid era, although there is no sufficient archaeological evidence to date about the the existence of Judaism here

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Русский

RELIGIONS OF CENTRAL ASIA AND AZERBAIJAN

ISBN: -; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: RELIGIONS OF CENTRAL ASIA AND AZERBAIJAN;

Zoroastrianism, Mazdeism, or "the Good faith of honoring the Wise" (Avest. vahvī - daēnāmāzdayasna -) – the most ancient religion of revelation, attracted to its secrets.since antiquity. Since the French orientalist Anquetil-Duperron (1731-1805 the first translation of the Avestan texts, which researchers tried to understand the true meaning of this religion. We can trace the continuity of ancient sources: Rigveda and Avesta, extremely close in language, especially in the most ancient parts("family" mandala of the rig Veda, the Gathas of the Avesta). Genetic relationship of Indo-Aryan andIranian languages indicate the common origin of their native speakers. The time of creation of the Rigveda is considered the second half-the end of the 2nd Millennium BC, although the most recent parts of the monument may have appeared at the turn of the 2nd-1st thousand BC. The founder of Zoroastrianism, Zarathustra, was a religious reformer, which is why the pan-Aryan mythology passed into the new religion in the form of individual elements and fragments that got a different meaning.The main objects of worship of the two religious systems include the cult of fire, including all its manifestations-from the earth fire of the sacrificial fire to the sun on the earththe sky and solar deities, and the cult of the sacred plant (Vedas. "soma", Avest. "haoma"), from which prepared the drink of immortality.

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