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After Alexander: Central Asia Before Islam (day 3 of 3)

Themes in the history and Archaeology of Western Central Asia (a three-day conference)

Until Perestroika there was limited Western awareness of the rich and varied cultures of Central Asia, an essential Eurasian link zone. The break up of the Soviet Union and the resulting independence of the Central Asian republics led to a number of international initiatives, while current events have resulted in an increased awareness of the area's strategic and economic importance. This conference will bring together Russian, Central Asian and Iranian scholars with researchers from America and Europe to explore
specific topics focussing on the oasis cities of Western Central Asian and their links with Iran.


various speakers | talks


Date and Time:

25 June 2004 at 9:00 am


Full Day



British Academy
10 Carlton Terrace House
+44 20 79 69 52 63

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£30, £20 concs

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Please complete the online form available from our events pae to reserve a place, or contact the Academy's Lectures and Symposia Department on +44 20 79 69 52 46 . Please indicate whether you will require lunch.

Additional Information:

The fee includes coffees, teas and lunches.

Organised jointly with the British Museum. Supported by the Iran Heritage Foundation.

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