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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, Turkey

CULTURE OF CENTRAL ASIA AND AZERBAIJAN IX-XV CENTURIES

ISBN: 9789943357235; Era: 18-19; Country: ; Key words: Ottoman documents, Central Asia, Ottoman Empire, 18-19 centuries, political and diplomatic relations;

This publication is the publication of Ottoman documents from Basbakanlik Arsivi (Istanbul, Turkey), which reproduce the spiritual and religious ties of Central Asia and the Ottoman Empire in the 18-19 centuries. The publication is carried out as part of an international scientific project implemented by the International Institute for Central Asian Studies (UNESCO Institute) and the Society of Turkish Archivists. Most of the documents are published for the first time.

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English, Russian

CULTURE OF CENTRAL ASIA AND AZERBAIJAN IX-XV CENTURIES

ISBN: 978-9943-357-36-5; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: -;

The authors are responsible for the selection and presentation of the facts contained in this publication, and for the opinions expressed in it, which do not necessarily coincide with the views of UNESCO and do not oblige the organization. Neither do they express any opinion on the part of UNESCO regarding the legal status of any country, territory, city or district or their authorities or regarding the delimitation of its borders or borders.

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CULTURE OF CENTRAL ASIA AND AZERBAIJAN IX – XV CENTURIES

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Located at the intersection of the largest Eurasian trade communications, Central Asia from ancient times connected the empires of Rome, Byzantium and Iran with China, India and the countries of Eastern Europe, providing cultural exchange and dialogue between the West and the East.

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UZBEKISTAN CULTURAL HERITAGE

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The Republic of Uzbekistan is a young state in the center of Asia, which proclaimed independence in 1991 and inherits the millennial civilizational traditions and Central Asian Mesopotamia. Already in the first millennium BC here on the territory of Bactria, Sogdiana, Khorezm, Davani (Ferghana Valley) and Chacha (Tashkent oasis) the first states appeared, writing arose. And at the turn of the new era, the craft towns of this land became the central nodes of the Great Silk Road.

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English, Russian

Buston VI – the Necropolis of fire-worshippers of pre-urban Bactria

ISBN: 978-9943-357-36-5; Era: -; Country: ; Key words: Necropolis, Buston, Bactria, fire-worshippers;

The monograph is a complete publication of results of the long-term excavations at the burial cultic site of the late Bronze Age in pre-historical North Bactria. The catalogued report (506 objects) on the necropolis dated to the late 2nd millennium BCE and related to the ancient agricultural Sapalli culture – Buston VI – is introduced into the scientific operation. The database of quantitative and qualitative indices of criteria, on the base of which suchritual groups as inhumation, cremation, symbolic tombs and traces of ritual actions have been revealed, is published for the first time. Objects of burial and non-burial purpose are given in the summary tables, graphical pictures and photographs. The publication is directed to archaeologists, historians, ethnographers, students of local history, and students of the faculty of history.

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