10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UIGURIC»
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in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to Uiguric
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History of Bokhara from the Earliest Period Down to the ...
the Mongolian-Uiguric character, although hated, by fanatic Moslems as a
remnant of Christian and Buddhist heresy, was retained. Timour wrote a fluent
forcible Turkish style—as is proved by the 'Tiiziikat '—to which allusion has
already often ...
Yet although differing from the Uiguric, Prof. Thomsen, who has successfully
deciphered the Orkhon text, thinks that this script may also be derived, at least
indirectly through some of the Iranian varieties, from the same Aramean (Syriac)
form of ...
A. H. Keane, A. Hingston Quiggin, A. C. Haddon, 2011
Buddhism in Central Asia
There are also fragments of Uiguric texts68 — 66. See Walleser. Prajiid-pdramita
p. 146 f, 149 ff. In a fragment of the Adhyardhasatika-prajndpdramita from Khotan
(Leumann 'Zur nordarischen Sprache und Litteratur' p. 89) it is even said that ...
Central Asiatic Journal
2) An Arabic manuscript, registered as no. 2312 of Topkapi Sarayi Library,
Section Ahmed III and named Serhu'l-kasdidu'l- Seba'u'l-mu'allakcU. It oontains
the word "mes'ut" in Uiguric script on the frontispiece of the first folio. On the back
It is concerned with the Uiguric translation of three Gathas from an extinct
Chinese commentary to Abh. which was presumably written in a Sanskrit-like
replica language. This contribution is linguistically interesting because it
becomes evident ...
The Quarterly Journal of Education
The study of the Uiguric has led to the discovery of a remarkable circumstance,
namely, that its parent soil is Syria. It was introduced into the heart of Asia by
some Syriac priests, in the earliest centuries of the Christian era. Certain
Künker Auktion 137 - The De Wit Collection of Medieval ...
A: In Mongolian-uiguric script: OF THE KHAGAN / IN THE NAME / BY ABAGHA /
STRUCK, R: Christian legend in Arabic script: IN THE NAME OF THE FATHER /
AND THE SON AND THE SPIRIT / HOLY-GOD / ONE with small latin cross.
Numismatischer Verlag Fritz-Rudolf Künker
Research translation: Translation series
1965 Register of the Red Banners (Uiguric ed.) Hung-ch'i P'u By Liang Pin ¥ 0.40
(Vol. I No. 2) ¥ 0.42 (Vol. I No. 3) Sinkiang People's 25 --- Feb. 1965 Ordinary
Laborers (Uiguric ed.) P'u-t'ung Lao-tung-che Trans, by Sinkiang People's ...
East-West Center. Institute of Advanced Projects, 1966
little more archaic. Even the so-called Ottoman language spoken in the modern
Turkish empire is quite similar to Uiguric, though owing to the natural
development and growth of every living language some changes in details have
Ramananda Chatterjee, 1923
... Tobol Tartar, Karakalpak, Karachay-Balkar, Kumyk, North Crimean Tartar, and
the Karaim of Poland and the Crimea) ; (3) the South-Eastern (i.e. Uzbek, and the
largely non-Soviet Neo-Uiguric dialects of Taranchi, or Ili, Kashgar, Turfan, Ami, ...