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Russian State Library Electronic Catalogue (OPAC)

Translation of Document Dissertation

The Cultural history of the Turkmens of Iran (XIX-XX cc.) The Abstract Diss. ... The Candidate of Histories Sciences: 07.00.02

The Harvard-Style Citation

Ovnuk, H. A. son, 1995. The Cultural history of the Turkmens of Iran (XIX-XX cc.)

Abstract diss. ... The candidacy of Ph. D. histories sciences: 07.00.02. Ashgabat: (s.n.)

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Collection: Russian State Library Electronic
Catalogue (OPAC)
Contributor: Russian State Library
Type: Catalogue Record

Identifier: 000780463
Available since: 2013-03-20
Subjects: National History
Description: Refs.: P. 0 (c. 0)
Creator: Hangeldi son Arazgeldi Ovnuk
Audience: Unknown
Publication: Ashgabat: 1995
Language: Turkmen
Illustrations: Illustrations
Resource type: Text
Format: yl(ил)
Extent: 22 c.
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