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  • proper noun Alternative form of Chorasmia.

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Examples

  • His name suggests that he was originally from Khorezm, a province of Uzbekistan.

    When Baghdad was centre of the scientific world

  • Khorezm writes about the recent rally of several hundreds of women in the center of Urgench.

    Uzbekistan: Blogging Fosters Freedom of Speech

  • It includes the biographic details of the prominent scholars from Bukhara, Merv, Khorezm, Samarkand and other cities, local traditions and customs, Islam practicing in specific social and historical conditions, the local clergy emergence, its role in the advocacy and dissemination of religious knowledge, in establishing close and mutually beneficial spiritual ties with the neighbouring and remote regions of the Islamic world.

    Turkmen scholar Mahmud Zamakhshari's heritage

  • It includes the biographic details of the prominent scholars from Bukhara, Merv, Khorezm, Samarkand and other cities, local traditions and customs, Islam practicing in specific social and historical conditions, the local clergy emergence, its role in the advocacy and dissemination of religious knowledge, in establishing close and mutually beneficial spiritual ties with the neighbouring and remote regions of the Islamic world.

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  • Tens of prominent scholars, poets, theologians worked in the Turkic Islamic culture centers - such as Kashgar and Khorezm.

    Turkmen scholar Mahmud Zamakhshari's heritage

  • The Mutazalite rationalistic theological school, widely popular in Khorezm, had great influence on the worldview of an outstanding representative of the XII-century Islamic culture Mahmud Zamakhshari, whose talent was recognised even by his opponents

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  • Tens of prominent scholars, poets, theologians worked in the Turkic Islamic culture centers - such as Kashgar and Khorezm.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Khorezm and its capital Gurganj were the regional scientific thought centers famous for libraries, schools, mosques.

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  • The reference book was complied in the period of science and culture flourishing in Khorezm.

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  • In this context, the extant part of the biographical reference book should be regarded as a piece of the terminated culture, as a unique monument of pre-Mongol Khorezm Arabic literature.

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