TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «UIGHURIC»
The term «Uighuric» is barely ever used and occupies the 212.205
position in our list of most widely used terms in the English dictionary
10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UIGHURIC»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Uighuric
and brief extracts from same to provide context of its use in English literature.
Buddhist Studies Review
OBITUARY Annemarie von Gahain (4 July 1901 - 15 January 1993) The foremost
authority on Uighuric civilisation who made notable contributions in the field of
Buddhist Turkic studies was born in Marchingen/Lothar, Germany. She enrolled ...
In the Service of the Khan: Eminent Personalities of the ...
... 'The "Fifteen 'Palace Poems'" by K'o Chiu- ssu', 7/7/1S 20:1957, 391-479
Cleaves 77 = F.W. Cleaves, 'Uighuric Mourning Regulations', JTS 1:1977, 65-93
Cleaves 80 = F.W. Cleaves, 'The Biography of Empress Cabi in the Yuan Shih',
Bibliographies of Mongolian, Manchu-Tungus, and Tibetan ...
The official Cyrillic orthography for modern Mongolian was adopted about 1941
but did not come into general use until about 1950, thus displacing the traditional
vertical native script (Uighuric) in use since about 1206. Prior to that various ...
Larry V. Clark, John Richard Krueger, Hartmut Walravens, 2006
Persian,the main language of administration in the westernpartsofthe Mongol
empire besides Uighuric, also was alingua franca amongthe new rulers of China.
In theMongol legislationthe South Chinesehad the lowest status,and ...
Buddhism in Central Asia
Fragments of Uighuric texts were edited by W.K. Muller in his Vigurica (
Abhandlungen der Berliner Akademie der Wissen Schaften ABA.1908, pp. 10 ff;
and Luders : Sitzunqsberichte der Preussischen Akademieder Wissenchaften —
Persian, the main language of administration in the western parts of the Mongol
empire besides Uighuric, also was a lingua franca among the new rulers of
China. In the Mongol legislation the south Chinese had the lowest status, and
Thus the capital of the Uighuric empire of the steppes was not Qoco (p. 5) but
Qara Balghasun on the banks of the Orqon: Qoco was only the capital of a small
Uighuric kingdom after 850. Satuq Bugra Han (920-955), the ruler of Kasgar who
Erzählter Raum in Literaturen der islamischen Welt
Michael Friederich surveys the development and fate of nationalist- and socialist-
committed Uighuric poetry in his contribution, "Kein schoner Land zu dieser Zeit:
Heimat und Vaterland in der neueren uighurischen Lyrik." Uighuric poets from ...
Roxane Haag-Higuchi, Christian Szyska, 2001
Journal of Turkish Studies
For examples of ti-mien-li as such cf. the YCPS 3.9v3-4 and Cleaves, "Uighuric
Mourning Regulations," p. 87, n.59. This same event is also recorded in Boyle,
The Successors, p. 293. See "Preliminary Remarks," p. 2. 8!See note 12 above.
26 See Francis W. Cleaves, "Uighuric Mourning Regulations, " Journal of Turkish
Studies 1 (1977): 65-93. 27 See Benjamin A. Elman, "An Early Ming Perspective
on Song- Jin- Yuan Civil Examinations, " Paper prepared for "The Song- Yuan- ...
Hasan Celāl Güzel, Cem Oğuz, Osman Karatay, 2002