Central Asian Problems of Modern Science and Education


The article deals with the poet and statesmen who lived and worked in Khorezm in the XIV-XX centuries, investigates the scientific activity of the Orientalists, who studied the cultural life of this historical epoch. The findings of rare manuscripts reflected in the works of A.N. Samoylovich are summarized and given real facts about literary environment.

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