Ethnogenetic processes in ancient Fergana

Автор: Abdullaev U.S.

Журнал: Экономика и социум @ekonomika-socium

Рубрика: Современные науки и образование

Статья в выпуске: 7 (74), 2020 года.

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This article is devoted to the analysis of ancient and early medieval ethnogenetic processes in the Fergana Valley, where the ancient agricultural culture of Uzbekistan was formed and ethnically diverse. It examines the migration and ethnointegration processes that have taken place in the valley area over the centuries based on an analysis of sources and literature.

Agricultural culture, ethnic composition, ethnogenetic and ethnointegration processes, sedentary, semi-sedentary, semi-nomadic

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