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The author is delighted to dedicate this study to outstanding Hungarian Orientalist scholar
George Kara who made a remarkable contribution, among others, to the Uighur studies.
Runic inscriptions of the Uighur Empire in Inner Asia (744–840 AD) still contain many
interesting accounts, which had not been fully utilised yet. A comparative analysis of these
accounts with the information of parallel Chinese historical sources of the T’ang period
enables us to address some significant problems of the political history of the Uighurs. A
small number of autochthonous sources on the Uighur Khaganate produced by the Uighurs
themselves and scantiness of their data makes sometime contingent the very use of these
accounts. That is why the discussion of some historical episodes given below contains more
questions than their solution.
On March 20, 2019, at the Far Eastern Studies Seminar organized by the Department of Far Eastern Studies of the IOM RAS, R.N. Krapivina will submit her presentation Along theBuddhist Shrines of Nepal (2018): Places and People