Яков Кротов. Богочеловеческая комедия.
Вспомогательные материалы: Хазары.
The World of the Khazars. Eds. Golden P.B., Ben-Shammai H., Ron¡-Tas A. Leiden: Bryll, 2007. 469 pp.
Опись А, №40974.
(Handbook of Oriental Studies/Handbuch Der Orientalistik)"
Contents Preliminary material (i-viii)
Opening remarks (3-6) by Haggai Ben-Shammai
Khazar studies: Achievements and perspectives (7-58) by Peter B. Golden
The Alans: Neighbours of the khazars in the Caucasus (59-74) by Irina A. Arzhantseva
The Khazar language (75-108) by Marcel Erdal
New findings relating to hebrew epigraphic sources from the Crimea, with an appendix on the readings in king Joseph's letter (109-122) by Artem Fedorchuk
The conversion of the khazars to judaism (123-162) by Peter B. Golden
Byzantine sources for Khazar history (163-194) by James Howard-Johnston
Al-Khazar and a?-?aqâliba: Contacts and Conflicts? (195-206) by Tatiana Kalinina
Some observations on the economy of the Khazar Khaganate (207-244) by Thomas S. Noonan
Khazaria and Rus': An examination of their historical relations (245-268) by Vladimir Petrukhin
The khazars and the magyars (269-278) by András Róna-Tas
The khazar motif in the Kuzari of Judah Halevi (279-290) by Eliezer Schweid
Iranian sources on the khazars (291-306) by Dan Shapira
Armenian and georgian sources on the khazars: A re-evaluation (307-352) by Dan Shapira
The story of a euphemism: The khazars in russian nationalist literature (353-372) by Victor Shnirelman
The khazars and the world of Islam (373-386) by David Wasserstein
Yiddish evidence for the khazar component in the Ashkenazic Ethnogenesis (387-398) by Paul Wexler
The khazars and Byzantium—The first encounter (399-403) by Constantine Zuckerman
The Two sources of Movses Dasxuranc'I on Heraclius' campaign (404-416)
The khazars' appearance north-west of the Caspian: Whence? (417-425)
The khazars' appearance north-west of the Caspian: When? (426-432)
Select bibliography (433-446) (174K) Index (447-460)