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Sogdia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Sogdia; Sogdiana, c. 300 BC. Languages: Sogdian language: Religions: Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Manichaeism: Capitals: Samarkand, Bukhara, Khujand, Kesh: Area

Sogdian language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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The Sogdian language (Sogdian ᠰᠤᠬᠳᠢᠠᠤ swγδyʼw) was an Eastern Iranian language spoken in the Central Asian region of Sogdia, located in modern-day ...

Ancient Scripts: Sogdian

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The Sogdian script was an offshoot of the Aramaic script adopted to write Sogdian, a Middle Iranian language related to Pahlavi (or Middle Persian).

Sogdian script and language - Omniglot

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Information about the Sogdian script, which was derived from the Aramaic script and was used to write Sogdian, a Middle Iranian language

Soghdian | Article about Soghdian by The Free Dictionary

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Explanation of Soghdian. Soghdian | Article about Soghdian by The Free Dictionary. ... Sogdiana, though often a possession of other countries, had its own language, ...

The Sogdian Ancient Letters - University of Washington

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The Sogdian Ancient Letters 1, 2, 3, and 5. translated by. Prof. Nicholas Sims-Williams School of Oriental and African Studies University of London Introduction by

Sogdian | Definition of Sogdian by Merriam-Webster

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Origin of sogdian. Latin Sogdiani, plural, from Greek Sogdianoi, from Old Persian Suguda Sogdiana. First Known Use: 1553. Learn More about sogdian.

Sogdian - definition of Sogdian by The Free Dictionary

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Sog·di·an (sŏg′dē-ən) n. 1. A member of an ancient Iranian people whose homeland was in the area around Samarkand and who had established settlements ...

Sogdian | people | Britannica.com

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The Manichaean, Buddhist, and Christian Sogdian texts come mainly from small communities of Sogdian s in the Tulufan (Turfan) oasis and in Dunhuang.

Sogdiana - Ancient History Encyclopedia

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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 limits are more ...