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The Muslims and the Nestorians in Khara-Khoto in 13th and 14th centuries

From 1908 to 1984, five successive excavations had been made in Khara-Khoto of Inner Mongolia. The cultural texts and relics excavated there contain abundant information about the culture of Muslims and Nestorians in Yuan Dynasty. Based on the unearthed texts and relics, the relics of the Islamic bu... Full description

Journal Title: Journal of Sino - Western Communications Dec 2015, Vol.7(2), pp.35-49
Main Author: Chen, Wei
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description: From 1908 to 1984, five successive excavations had been made in Khara-Khoto of Inner Mongolia. The cultural texts and relics excavated there contain abundant information about the culture of Muslims and Nestorians in Yuan Dynasty. Based on the unearthed texts and relics, the relics of the Islamic buildings and philological studies on Muslim names, this thesis will explore all aspects of Muslims society in Edzina of Yuan Dynasty and look into the relationship between local Nestorian literatures and Nestorians. This essay also discusses the spreading of Persian Islamic culture and Syrian Nestorian culture on the Silk Road, and their influence on the Muslims and Nestorians of Edzina.
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