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.


Ancient Korea in the Arabic and Persian Manuscripts

ISBN: 978-9943-357-73-0;
Era: Hee Soo Lee, Mohammad Bagher Vosoughi;
Country: Korea;

The book has become an outcome of a five-year co-research of Professor Hee Soo Lee(Republic of Korea) and Professor Mohammad Vosoughi (Islamic Republic of Iran) based on the study of Arabic, Persian and East Asian sources supported by Laboratory Program for Korean Studies through the Ministry of Education of Republic of Korea and Korean Studies Promotion Service of The Academy of Korean Studies.

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Steppe Tribes on the North-Western Borders of Khorezm from the 6th-2nd Centuries BCE to the 2nd-4th centuries AD (Based on Materials from the Burial Mound of Kazybaba I)

ISBN: 978-9943-357-72-3;
Era: V.N. Yagodin, E. P. Kitov, A. M. Mamedov and K .A. Zhambulatov;
Country: Uzbekistan;

On the border area between Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan, there was the burial ground of Kazybaba I, which is currently the largest of the completely excavated early nomadic burial grounds (from Sauromatian to late Sarmatian time) on the territory of Ustyurt. The remarkable archaeologist Vadim Nikolaevich Yagodin was engaged in excavations of the monument in 1988-1990. As a result of these works, significant archaeological and anthropological material was gathered, which Vadim Nikolayevich did not have time to bring into academic circulation.Another generation of researchers - E. P. Kitov, A. M. Mamedov and K .A. Zhambulatov studied the material from the necropolis stored in the Department of Archaeology at the Institute of Humanities, Karakalpak Branch of the Academy of Sciences of the Republic of Uzbekistan, which resulted in the monograph Steppe Tribes on the North-Western Borders of Khorezm from the 6th-2nd Centuries BCE to the 2nd-4th centuries AD (Based on Materials from the Burial Mound of Kazybaba I) published on the basis of the achievements of Vadim Nikolayevich and with the financial support of the International Institute for Central Asian Studies. The significant period between the study of the site and the publication of the monograph made it possible for the authors to more fully analyse the available material against the backdrop of the Sauromatian-Sarmatian monuments in the arid zone of Eurasia.

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Catalogue of Sogdian writings in Central Asia

ISBN: 978-9943-357-70-9;
Era: Managing Editor: Alim Feyzulaev;
Country: Uzbekistan;

The publication was made by International Institute for Central Asian Studies under the 2022 ACC-MOWCAP (the Asia Culture Center and UNESCO Memory of the World Committee for the Asia-Pacific) Small Grants Programme. The publication is addressed to specialists, university students and a wide range of readers interested in the cultural heritage of the Silk Roads.

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THE BUKHARAN SCHOOL OF ARCHITECTURE IN THE 15TH-17TH CENTURIES (Distinctive Features and Paths of Developments)

ISBN: 978-9943-357-63-1;
Era: M.A.Abbasova-Yusupova;
Country: Uzbekistan;

The book tells in an interesting and accessible form about the evolution and regularities in the development of the architecture in the Bukhara oasis and the city of Bukhara during its heyday in the 15th -17th centuries, reveals its artistic, typological, constructive and local features, as well as mutual influences between the Bukharan architecture and the architecture in other regions of Central Asia and the Middle East. This is the first work presenting a number of poorly studied structures and new data, as well as analytical tables, where the author systematizes the typological, constructive and decorative features of architecture in the oasis. The contents of the text are illustrated by more than 300 images and drawings, which include some rare and historical and archival materials, as well as those that have never been first published before.

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