Scientific Bulletin of Namangan State University


This article discusses the comparative analysis of the Latin Christian calendar in other languages, which was written in the first part of the manuscript of the Codex Cumanicus, as well as the ideas and hypotheses of the Turkic scholars on the history of the dating of this manuscript.

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