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Sultanov T. Authors and Authorship in Persian and Turkic Historical Writings // Manuscripta Orientalia. Vol. 5, No 1, March 1999. P. 23-26.


Historical works written in the Turkic and Persian languages in the Middle Ages are manuscripts, and all have their authors. These authors report their names, nicknames or pen-names in the introduction or the colophon or at various places in the text of their work. The affirmation of authorship through mention of the name in the work was not merely the overriding tendency in the medieval Muslim historiography, but rather a traditional rule…

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Manuscripta Orientalia, selected papers
Muslim historiography
Persian literature
Turkic literature

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