Economics and Innovative Technologies


In this article trading activity of the ancient Turks of Central Asia is researched. As main source used data of ancient Turkic inscriptions (VI – VIII centuries), medieval Turkic literature (IX – XII centuries) and medieval Turkic dictionaries (XI – XIV centuries).


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