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Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education

Article Title

THE ISSUE OF WOMEN IN THE ANCIENT BELIEFS (IN THE CASE OF KHOREZM OASIS)

Abstract

This article outlines the role and place of women in ancient beliefs that was in the usage within Khorezm oasis, and the ceremonies and customs associated with female goddess

First Page

95

Last Page

99

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