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213 ‘Abbas I, Shah of Persia (r. 1588–1629), 1, 54, 74, 116, 122 ‘Abdullah Khan Uzbek, ruler of Turan, 55, 58, 60, 62 Abdurahimova, Feruza, 208–9 administrative hierarchies, 93, 98–99 Adshead, Samuel A.M., 9–10, 44 Afghan War, First, 142 Afghans, 46, 50, 51, 54 Afshar, Nadir Shah (r. 1736–1747), 14, 52, 120 agriculture in Central Asia, 53, 97, 99, 105, 118, 154 Aiwuhan Huiren, 93–94, 104–6. See also Hui tribe Akbar, the Emperor of Hindustan (r. 1556–1605), 11, 14, 44, 49–50, 55–56, 58, 60 Aksu, 99, 101 Alexander, the Great, 8, 136, 145, 146, 150 Ali, 93, 95 Amu Darya. See Oxus Andijani, Qilij Muhammad Khan, 50–51 Anglo-Afghan war, Second (1878–1880), 145 Anxi, 103–4 Arnold, Matthew, 142; Sohrab and Rustum, 20, 139–41, 146–47, 150 Ashtiyani, Mirza Mahmud Taqi, his Persian captive narrative, 124–28 Astarabad, 46, 114, 116, 118, 120 Astrakhan, 56, 80–81, 83, 172, 178–82, 183–85, 188; under the control of Muscovy, 15, 69; Russian conquest over, 71–74; Velimir Khlebnikov, Stenka Razin and manifestos, 174–77 Aurangzeb, the Emperor of Hindustan (r. 1658– 1707), 45, 83 al-‘Ayn, Qurrat. See Baraghani, Fatima Babur, Emperor of Hindustan (r. 1526–1530), 52– 53, 61, 63–64; Baburnama, 13, 43; and his legacy, 47–51 Badakhshan, 51, 58, 93–94, 102, 104–5 Baha’-u’llah. See Nuri, Mirza Husayn-‘Ali Bahr al-Asrar fi Ma’rifat al-Akhyar (The Sea of Secrets concerning the Knowledge of the Noble), by Mahmud ibn Amir Wali Balkhi, 13–14 Balebu, 93, 97 Baliekamu tribe, 93, 96–97 Balkh, 73, 83–84; Turk traders, 119 Balkhi, Mahmud ibn Amir Wali (b. 1596), Bahr al-Asrar fi Ma’rifat al-Akhyar (The Sea of Secrets concerning the Knowledge of the Noble), 13–14 Baraghani, Fatima (1814–1852), 176–77, 183 Battuta, Ibn (1304–1368/69), 11, 14 Batu’er, leader of Qidiyusu tribe, 94, 106 Bay, Qara, 125, 126, 128 Bayly, Christopher A., 53–54 Beg, E’erdeni, 102, 105 Bokhara. See Bukhara British Muscovy Company, 6, 10, 15–16, 69, 70–71, 73, 80 Buddhism in Japan, 152–67; role in contemporary Japanese society, 167 Buddhist: monasteries, 8, 51; relics from the western regions, Japanese archeological exploration of Central Asia, 152–67; ruins in Chinese Turkestan , 153 Bukhara, 14–17, 19, 21–22, 24, 26–27, 47, 56, 58, 60–61, 70, 146, 193–95; Russian invasions/diplomatic missions, 72–73, 74, 75–78, 79–80, 81–84; Russian occupation (1867–1868), 136; slave trade/slaves, 114–15, 123–28; Turkmen traders, 119, 120 Bulukeba, 93, 95–96 Bulute tribe, 92, 93; headmen and commoners, 100–103 Burliuk, David, 173, 174 Burnes, Alexander, 137, 206; Travels into Bokhara, 139 Caspian sea, 18, 71–72, 76, 80–81, 83, 115–18, 136, 170, 172, 174–75, 177, 182, 184–85 Caucasus, 74, 170–71, 177, 187 Central Asia and India, question of patriotism, 11–13, 43–64 Chaghatai Turkish, 13, 43 Chinggisid clan, 44, 47, 51, 52; factions in Bukhara, 72 Christian(s), 71–72, 82; church, 8; infidels, 13; monks, 14; slaves, 73 Christianity, 14–15, 70; Orthodox, 15, 82, 170 Index 214 | Index Chūa Tanken (Exploration of Central Asia) by Count Ōtani Kōzui, 25, 160 Chūō Ajia. See Central Asia clothing and dressing style of headmen and commoners , 97, 99, 102, 103–4, 105, 108 commerce, ethnography, and science (c.1500– 1850), 11–18 community (qaum), 44, 54 cultural technology, travel writing as, 2, 12, 18, 23, 31 Curzon, George Nathaniel (1859–1925), 21, 146– 48; Pamirs and the Source of Oxus, 165 Da Tang Xiyu Ji (Great Tang Dynasty Record of the Western Regions), by Xuanzang, 8, 12 Daichin, 81 de Góis, Jesuit Bento (1562–1607), 14, 56 Divisament dou monde (Marco Polo), 1, 11 Dostoyevsky, Fyodor, 70, 171 Dughlat, Mirza Muhammad Haidar, 49, 64; Tarikhi Rashidi: Tarikh-i Khawanin-i Mughulistan (A History of the Khans of Moghu­ listan), 51–53 Dunhuang: cave temples, 24, 25, 165; library, 165, 167; manuscripts, 160, 167 East India Company, 16, 45, 117 Eizaburō, Nomura (1880–1936), 25, 157–58, 159, 165 Eleuth tribes, 98, 107, 109 Elsner, Jaś, 6, 12 ethnic identity, 23, 89–92, 110; and national identity , 92; organization categories of Central Asian peoples in the Imperial Illustrations, 92–94; representation of ethnic other, 90 Eurasianism, 175 European trading companies/traders, 11, 15, 60 European travel writing on Central...

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9780253011480
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9780253011343
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867049847
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232
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2014-03-25
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English
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