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Alisher Nava'i

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Imago Alisher Nava'i Isfahani Kyrgyzstaniae visa.
Alisher Nava'i in notis postalicis Unionis Sovieticae anno 1942 pictus ad festum diem anniversarium quingentesimum eius natalitionis celebrandum
Alisher Nava'i in nummo Uzbecico pictus.

'Alisher Nava'i,[1] etiam Nizām-al-Din ʿAlisher Herawī (Chagatai-Turkice نظام‌الدین علی‌شیر نوایی) appellatus, nominibus litterariis Turcice Navā'ī (et Nevā'ī) ac Persice Fāni subscriptus (natus Herat in urbe Imperii Timuridi die 9 Februarii 1441; ibidem mortuus die 3 Ianuarii 1501), fuit poeta, scriptor, calligraphiae peritus, politicus, linguista, mysticus, musicus, pictor, sculptor, architectus Chagatai-Turcicus.[2] [3] Qui maximus interpres litterarum Chagatai[4] et in cultura Uzbecica poeta nationalis Uzbeciae existimatur.[5]

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Warning icon.svg Fons nominis Latini desideratur (addito fonte, hanc formulam remove)
  2. Richards 1995: 6.
  3. Subtelny 2013.
  4. McHenry 1993: 8: 563.
  5. Allworth 1990: 229–230.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Allworth, Edward A. 1990. The Modern Uzbeks: From the Fourteenth Century to the Present: A Cultural History. Hoover Institution Press. ISBN 978-0-8179-8732-9. Google Books.
  • Aybek, M. T., ed. 1948. Velikiy uzbekskiy poet. Sbornik statey. [Magnus Poeta Uzbecicus.] Tashkent.
  • Babur. 1905. The Baburnama, ed. A. S. Beveridge. Tashkent.
  • Erkinov, A. 1998. The Perception of Works by Classical Authors in the 18th and 19th centuries Central Asia: The Example of the Xamsa of Ali Shir Nawa`i. In Muslim Culture in Russia and Central Asia from the 18th to the Early 20th Centuries, ed. Michael Kemper et Allen Frank, 513–526. Berolini.
  • Khwandamir. 1970. Makarim al-akhlak, ed. T. Gandjei. Lugduni Batavorum.
  • Levend, Agâh Sırri. 19651968. Ali Şîr Nevaî. Ancyrae.
  • McHenry, Robert. 1993. Navā'ī, (Mir) 'Alī Shīr. Encyclopædia Britannica 8: 53. Ed. 15a Sicagi: Encyclopædia Britannica, Inc.
  • Nemati Limai, Amir. 2015. Analysis of the Political Life of Amir Alishir Navai and Exploring His Cultural, Scientific, Social and Economic Works. Tehran et Mashhad: MFA (Cire) & Ferdowsi University.
  • Richards, John F. 1995. The Mughal Empire. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge University Press. ISBN 978-0-521-56603-2. Apud Google Books.
  • Semenov, A. A. 1940. Materiali k bibliograficheskomy ukazatelyu pechatnykh proizvedeniy Alishera Navoi i literatury o nem. Tashkent.
  • Subtelny, Maria Eva. 2013. Mīr 'Alī Shīr Nawā'ī. Encyclopaedia of Islam, ed. C. E. Bosworth, E. Van Donzel, et W. P. Heinrichs. Lugduni Batavorum et Novi Eboraci: Brill. Brill Online.
  • Valitova, A. A. 1974. Alisher Navoi . Great Soviet Encyclopedia, ed. A. M. Prokhorov. Moscuae: Soviet Encyclopedia.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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