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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.

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Present book is published in the framework of academic project of the International Institute for Central Asian Studies as a collection of articles of the French researchers on archaeology and history of Central Asia. Issues mentioned in the work envelope the wide chronological frame from the IX millennium BC to the XIIIth century – in Neolithic, Bronze and Iron ages, Hellenistic, Kushan, Turkic and Islam periods. Topics of articles devote to the wide circle of issues of the ancient and medieval history of the region and written on the base of rich materials of archaeological excavations, and also studies of the written sources, anthropologic, objects of artistic culture in different countries of Central Asia.

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Aral sea on the crossroads of cultures

ISBN: 978-9943-11-090-8;
Era: editor- V.N.Yagodin;
Country: Uzbekistan;

The collection includes articles about diverse aspects of palaeography and history of the culture of ancient and medieval Khorezm and its peripheral cattle-breeding regions. Issues on preservation of the cultural heritage of the ancient Khorezm civilization are examined as well.  The publication is aimed for the narrow group of specialists as well as for readers interested in issues of study of the natural environment of ancient societies, history and culture of peoples populated the vast regions of the Aral Sea area in the past.

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The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th Centuries. Vol. IV. Architecture

ISBN: 978-9943-357-12-9;
Era: B. Glaudinov, M. Glaudinova, B. Amanbaeva, V. Kolchenko, K. Sataev,R. Mukimov, M. Mamedov, R. Muradov, A. Arapov, J. Giyasi ;
Country: Uzbekistan;

This book is published as a part oft he project “The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th centuries”, carried out by the International Institute for Central Asian Studies. The objective of the project is to systematise the academic knowledge and data related to a wide range of items of the material and artistic culture of the 9th–15th centuries, including ceramics, architecture, glass making, toreutics and other forms of applied arts. The publication is aimed at specialists as well as at the general public interested in the culture of the East.

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The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th Centuries. Vol. IV. Architecture

ISBN: 978-9943-357-13-6;
Era: B. Glaudinov, M. Glaudinova, B. Amanbaeva, V. Kolchenko, K. Sataev,R. Mukimov, M. Mamedov, R. Muradov, A. Arapov, J. Giyasi ;
Country: Uzbekistan;

This book is published as a part oft he project “The Artistic Culture of Central Asia and Azerbaijan in the 9th–15th centuries”, carried out by the International Institute for Central Asian Studies. The objective of the project is to systematise the academic knowledge and data related to a wide range of items of the material and artistic culture of the 9th–15th centuries, including ceramics, architecture, glass making, toreutics and other forms of applied arts. The publication is aimed at specialists as well as at the general public interested in the culture of the East.

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The given publication represents the French approach to the English term «the bioarchaeology». This new, but establish edits good reputation, school is open for debates. Nowadays, it can propose the newest methods of research demanding the complicate laboratory analyses. In the modern Central Asia the archaeological works increase in geometrical progression: they are both traditional and preventive excavations. This work is neither completely specific nor too general in character; and it may introduce new methods, approaches, experiments, and thereby, stimulate the development of ideas and academic dialogue between scholars of different countries.

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