Foreign Trade of Books and Books on Printing in Central Asian Countries (Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries)

1L. Kholnazarova, M.N. Inatov, U.N. Mahkamova

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Abstract:

This article deals with the sale of religious and ancient classical works around the markets and madrassas of Bukhara and Ferghana in the late 19th and early 20th centuries, as well as the emergence of printed and printed books and the rise of manuscript books in Bombey, Istanbul, Egypt and Kabul. Information about fossil books from various disciplines, such as cities. In addition, there have been reports that books in Ferghana, Russia, and Europe are on sale. This article deals with the sale of religious and ancient classical artifacts around the Fergana market and madrasah in the late XIX and early twentieth centuries. Bombay, Istanbul, Egypt and Kabul information on luggage books of various sciences. Moreover, in Fergana territory Russia, such as European countries illuminated sale of published books.

Keywords:

books, printing, history of books, history of printing

Paper Details
Month2
Year2020
Volume24
IssueSpecial Issue 1
Pages656-662