Ethno-political Processes in V-VIII Centuries in Uzbekistan
This article analyzes the ethno political processes that took place in the V-VIII centuries on the territory of Uzbekistan. It is known that in the periods under study it is impossible to limit itself only to the territory of Uzbekistan. For this reason, the author focuses mainly on ethno-political processes in Central Asia. In particular, some processes in the decline of the Kushan and Kangh states, the Huns, the Kidarites, and the Khionites (Chionites) were analyzed, mainly focused on the ethno-political processes in the Turkish khanate. According to the author, this period is still vital subject for researches. Because, there are great shortcomings in the sources and literature of this period.
V-VIII centuries, Central Asia, Proto-Turk, Turkish Khanate, Sagdians, Ethnocentric Processes.