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  • TURKIC-IRANIAN CONTACTS ii. CHAGHATAY

    Andras J. E. Bodrogligeti

    Chaghatay has been strongly influenced by Islamic prestige languages, especially Persian and Arabic, in all segments: phonetics, morphology, syntax, vocabulary, and cultural content. In the hands of the educated elite it became a tool wielded impressively.

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  • TURKMENS OF PERSIA ii. LANGUAGE

    Michael Knüppel

    Geographical location and the “tribal affiliation” of the speakers form the background of the dialectal variety. The dialects of Turkmen are spoken in their respective areas, where the members of the corresponding “tribes” live. For example, the Sarık dialect is spoken in Turkmenistan, as well as in Persia and Afghanistan.

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  • TURKO-SOGDIAN COINAGE

    Larissa Baratova

    issues of the khaqans (ḵāqāns) of the Western Turkic khanate in Central Asia between the 6th and 8th centuries CE, so called because the Turkic rulers issued them with Sogdian inscriptions.

  • ṬUSI, NAṢIR-AL-DIN ii. AS MATHEMATICIAN AND ASTRONOMER

    George Saliba

    Naṣir-al-Din Abu Jaʿfar Moḥammad Ṭusi (1201-1274) wrote works on subjects ranging from arithmetic to geometry, and to mathematical geography and spherical trigonometry, to astronomy proper as well as to astrological science and optics and trigonometry.

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  • Battle between Rostam and Sohrāb, The

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  • Tajnis

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  • Tarz-e Yari

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  • Tasnif (balākeš) – Dastgāh šur

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  • Ta‘zia of Qazvin

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  • T~ CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

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