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Historical materials brought from foreign archives

04 October 2013
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Historical materials brought from foreign archives
Member of the R.Suleimenov Institute of Oriental Studies M.Abusseitova presented a number of artifacts and materials

Member of the R.Suleimenov Institute of Oriental Studies M.Abusseitova presented a number of artifacts and materials brought by Kazakhstani historians from the foreign archives at the 3rd session of the inter-ministerial task force for studying the national history.

Prince Ananda, Khubilai Khan's grandson, converts to Islam, Jami al-tawarikh, Mongolian school, 1590-1595, Rampur, India.

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Shamans tell fortunes to Ghazan Khan’s son Arghun, Jami al-tawarikh, Mongolian school, 1590-1595, Rampur, India.

 

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Miniature painting of religious preachers (Buddhism, Shamanism, Islam, Sufism) “Qalandar dervishes on the way to Multan”, Jami al-tawarikh, Mongolian school, 1590-1595, Rampur, India.

 

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Abul Khair Khan’s accession to the throne, “Tarikh-i-Hani Abul Khair”, Mawarannahr, 1541, London, British library.

 

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As earlier reported, Kazakhstani historians have made working trips to foreign countries to study archive materials about the history of Kazakhstan within the framework of “People in Flow of History” Program№

 

The source: http://ortcom.kz

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