Studia Orientalia 95

Studia Orientalia 95

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Studia Orientalia 95. Editorial Board Jaakko Hämeen-Anttila & al.
Finnish Oriental Society
Vammala 2003, 516 pp.

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Including articles: Holger Weiss, Migrations during times of drought and famine in early colonial northern Nigeria; Mohamed Meouak, Propagande politique et discours idéologique des Umayyades d\'al-Andalus: réflexions théoriques et données textuelles; Tapani Harviainen, The epigraph of the Derbent Torah and the Madjalis scroll discovered by Abraham Firkovich in 1840; Mikhail Kizilov, The Crimean Caraites in the portrayal of the 19th century Polish travellers; Henryk Jankowski, On the language varieties of Karaims in the Crimea; Philip E. Miller, The Crimean Caraites and the Crimean war; Keijo Hopeavuori, Karaim periodicals in the Karaim language; Angel Sáenz-Badillos, Menahem and Dunaš in search of the foundations of Hebrew language; Ksenia B. Kepping, The black-headed and the red-faced in Tangut indigenous texts; Helena Hallenberg, The Tangping washing can: a symbol of purity and ethnicity for the Hui Muslims in China; Keith R. S. Dede, The Chinese language in Qinghai; Vesa-Jussi Vuori, On the influence of Chinese prestige languages on Chinese dialects; Anu Niemi, The making of Zen personage: Hanshan and how it is read; Taru Salmenkari, Three voices of patriotism: reporting the bombardment of the Belgrade Embassy in the Chinese media.

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ISBN 951-9380-54-X
ISSN 0039-3282