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Deutsch: Cover des Lehrbuchs Adib-i sani von Munavvar Qori Abdurashidxon oʻgʻli († 1931 oder 1933)
English: Cover of Adib-e sani by Munavar Ghori Abdurashidkhon written in Nastaʿlīq script
Date 1911 (2. Auflage)
(5 July 2009 (original upload date))
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(Original text : abfotografiert aus Edward Allworth: The Modern Uzbeks. From the Fourteenth Century to the Present. A Cultural History. Hoover Institution Press; Stanford 1990. ISBN 0817987312; S. 135)
Author Munavvar Qori (Hg.). Original uploader was Man77 at de.wikipedia
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