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Nurlan KENZHEAKHMET 努爾蘭•肯加哈買提
Sex:Male 男
Nationality:Republic of Kazakhstan 哈薩克斯坦共和國
2017備取學人
Nurlan KENZHEAKHMET 
   
   
CCS Grant
2017/~/

Present

Instituion: China Studies Center, School of Humanities and Social Sciences, Nazarbayev University, Republic of Kazakhstan
哈薩克斯坦納紮爾巴耶夫大學人文與社會科學學院中國研究中心
Topic: Ming China and the Eurasian Countries in the Fifteenth-Sixteenth Centuries
十五、十六世紀明朝與歐亞各國關係研究


   
Article catalog
  • Nurlan Kenzheakhmet, Ethnonyms and Toponyms of the Old Turkic Inscriptions in Chinese Sources. Studia et Documenta Turcologica • II. Cluj-Napoca : Presa Universitară Clujeană, 2014, pp. 287-316.
  • Nurlan Kenzheakhmet, The Place Names of Central Asia in the Kangnido. Journal of Asian History (49) 2015, 1/2, pp. 141-160.
  • The Place Names of the Euro-Africa in the Kangnido.The Silk Road, Vol. 14 (2016).
  • Nurlan Kenzheakhmet, The Qazaq Khanate as Documented in Ming Dynasty Sources. Crossroads -  Studies on the History of Exchange Relations in the East Asian World. 2014, Vol.8, 131-156.
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2010): Map Kangnido (The Hunyi Jiangli lidai guodu zhitu – Map of Integrated Lands and Regions of Historical Countries and Capitals in 1402 – source for the history Yeke Mongol ulus. The Golden Horde Civilization. № 4. Kazan, 2011, pp. 59-78 (in Russian).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2010): Map Kangnido (The Hunyi Jiangli lidai guodu zhitu ("Map of Integrated Lands and Regions of Historical Countries and Capitals") in 1402 - source for the history Yeke Mongol ulus. Вестник КазНПУ им. Абая. Сер. Социологические и политические науки. Almaty, 2010, №4 (27), 106-112 (in Russian).
  • Nurlan Kenjeahmet wrote, Kato Yuzo translated (Mar, 2009): Archaeology of Sujab. Kubota Jumpei, Kicengge, Inoue Mitsuyuki (ed.) Historical and Geographical Studies on Ili River Basin. Shokodo, Kamigyo-ku, Kyoto, 217-301 (in Japanese).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2008): Locations of the Medieval Cities of Polat, Iki-Ögüz and Shuanghe. Coins and Monetary Circulation in the Mongol States in the XIII-XV Centuries, Moscow (in Russian).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2008): Locations of the Medieval Cities of Polat and Iki-Ögüz. Social Sciences of National Academy of Kazakhstan, Almaty, № 1,160-164 (in Russian).
  • Coins bearing the Turk runic Inscriptions from China, Medieval Archaeology of the Eurasian Steppe Volume 2. Kazan, Tatarstan, Russia, February 2007, 31-41 (in Russian).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2007): The Inscriptions On Tablets Belonging To Tang Dynasty Unearthed in the Site of Suyab and Some Related Questions. Collected Papers of History Studies (Shixue jikan), № 6, 76-84 (in Chinese).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2007): On the Remains of Nestorian Religion from The Ancient City of Suyab, Antiques of Xinjiang (Xinjiang Wenwu), № 1, 69-76 (in Chinese).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2007): On The Foreign Letters of Ri Yue Guang Jin Coin. China Numismatics (Zhongguo qianbi), №1, 41-46 (in Chinese).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2002): Study on the Cities of Bula and Shuanghe. The Western Regions Studies (Xiyu yanjiu), №4, 55-60 (in Chinese).
  • Kenzheakhmet Nurlan (2002): Comparative Study between Turkic language and Chinese. Social Sciences of Xinjiang, № 2, 41-56 (in Kazakh).
 
 
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