A Sogdian Precursor of Omar Khayyam in Transoxania

In: Iran and the Caucasus
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 Brill, Leiden, 2004 Iran and the Caucasus, 8.1 A SOGDIAN PRECURSOR OF OMAR KHAYYAM IN TRANSOXANIA VLADIMIR LIVSHITS Institute of Oriental Studies, Russian Academy of Sciences, St. Petersburg By late 60’s of the 6th century the Turkic Kaganate had made its way into the system of political and economic relations of the major states of the time: Byzantium, the Sasanian Iran, China. The headquarters of the West-Turkic Kaganate was in Suyab (on the river Chu). Having become the political leader in Central Asia and taken control of the trade along the Great Silk Road, the Turkic Kagans established close

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