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Published by Eurolingua, Eurasian Linguistic Association in Bloomington, Ind .
Written in English

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  • Sinor, Denis -- Bibliography.

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Edition Notes

Chiefly English; one article each in French and German.

Statementcompiled by Ruth I. Meserve.
SeriesArcadia bibliographica virorum eruditorum,, fasc. 9
ContributionsSinor, Denis.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsZ8819.563 .M47 1986, PL1 .M47 1986
The Physical Object
Pagination63 p. :
Number of Pages63
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1984184M
ISBN 100931922127
LC Control Number90232054

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Cambridge Core - Middle East Studies - The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia - edited by Denis Sinor. This collection of essays and reviews represents the most significant and comprehensive writing on Shakespeare's A Comedy of Errors. Miola's edited work also features a comprehensive critical history, coupled with a full bibliography and photographs of major productions of the play from around the world. In the collection, there are five previously unpublished essays.1/5(1). Bibliography of Islamic Central Asia. by Denis Sinor. Reader; The bibliography claims to include publications in all languages except Chinese and data give an idea of the magnitude of the task undertaken by Professor Bregel but it is only the perusal of the work over a longer period (hence the delay in this review) that make. Help us improve our Author Pages by updating your bibliography and submitting a new or current image and biography. Learn more at Author Central. by Sinor Denis Paperback. $ Inner Asia, history-civilization-languages: A syllabus Jan 1, by Denis Sinor Unknown Binding. Out of Print- .

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Originally announced as Volume I of The Cambridge History of Central Asia, this book will now be published as a one volume history. (Volumes 2 and 3, previously announced, will not now be published.) This book introduces the geographical setting of Inner Asia and follows its history from the paleolithic era to the rise of the Mongol empire in the thirteenth century.   Golden, Peter B. (). “The Kharakhanids and early Islam” in The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia, vol. 1 (ed. Denis Sinor). Grousset, René. The Rise and Splendor of the Chinese Empire. Guisso, Richard W.L. Wu Tse-T’ien and the Politics of Legitimation in T’ang China. Herbert, Penelope A. Denis Sinor, Introduction à Vétude de VEurasie Centrale, Otto Harras-sowitz, Wiesbaden, , pages in 8°, price DM It is always a pleasure to discuss a good book like the one under review which is a valuable introduction to the study of a group of languages and history of a number of. The book is a forceful argument about the mutual interrelations of nomads and sedentary peoples and their importance for state formation and stability. Ying-shih Yü, "The Hsiung-nu," ch. 5 in Denis Sinor, ed., The Cambridge History of Early Inner Asia (Cambridge, etc.: Cambridge Univ. Press, ). Compact overview, but as with many other.