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Sogdia

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Sogdiana or Sogdia was the ancient Indo-European civilization of an Iranian people that at different times included territory located in present-day Tajikistan and ...

Sogdiana - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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Jan 8, 2012 ... Sogdiana (or Sogdia) is a region in Central Asia between the mighty rivers Iaxartes in the north and Oxus in the south. Its eastern and western ...

Sogdians in China: A Short History and Some New Discoveries

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he Sogdians were the inhabitants of fertile valleys surrounded by deserts, the most important of which was the Zeravshan valley, in today's Uzbekistan and ...

Alexander captures the Sogdian Rock - Livius

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Aug 27, 2016 ... In 328 or 327, Alexander captured one of the mountain forts in Sogdia, the Sogdian Rock or Rock of Ariamazes. The story of the siege is told by ...

Sogdia - Wikiwand

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Sogdiana or Sogdia was the ancient Indo-European civilization of an Iranian people that at different times included territory located in present-day Tajikistan and ...

Sogdiana - New World Encyclopedia

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Oct 9, 2015 ... Sogdiana or Sogdia (Tajik: Суғд - Old Persian: Sughuda; Persian: سغد; Chinese: 粟特 - Sùtè) was the ancient civilization of an Iranian people ...

Sogdian Ancient Letters - University of Washington

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The Sogdians, a people of Iranian origin, were important in the commerce of the Silk Road between the fourth and ninth centuries CE. From their home in the ...

Sogdian - definition of Sogdian by The Free Dictionary

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A member of an ancient Iranian people whose homeland was in the area around Samarkand and who had established settlements throughout Chinese ...

Kingdoms of Central Asia - Transoxiana / Sogdiana / Khorasan ...

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In 330 BC Sogdiana becomes part of the Greek empire. In the 320s BC, the Persians and the Greeks under Alexander place the Amyrgian Sakas beyond ...

Sogdiana - Revolvy

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Sogdiana ( ) or Sogdia ( ; Old Persian : Suguda-, صُتْ , New Persian : سُغْد, soghd) was the ancient Indo-European civilization of an Iranian people that at different ...

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The Lost Empire that Ruled the Silk Road - io9 - Gizmodo

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Apr 16, 2014 ... It was also hugely influential: Sogdian, the language of Samarkand and its environs, was the lingua franca along trade routes that led east into ...

SOGDIANA iii. HISTORY AND ARCHEOLOGY – Encyclopaedia ...

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Mar 4, 2011 ... SOGDIANA. iii. HISTORY AND ARCHEOLOGY. Sogdiana, an Iranian-speaking region in Central Asia, stretches from the rivers Āmu Daryā in ...

The Sogdians of the Silk Road

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Apr 4, 2011 ... Many peoples engaged in trade along the Silk Road including the Syrians, and Indians however the Sogdians dominated the trade route.