Proceedings 2017

Ideas behind symbols – languages behind scripts
Proceedings of the 60th Meeting of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference (PIAC)
August 27 – September 1,  2017. Székesfehérvár, Hungary
Edited by Ákos Bertalan Apatóczky

Preface  7
Tatiana Anikeeva: Turkic Manuscripts and Old-Printed Books of the Lazarev Institute of Oriental Languages: Exploring the History of Oriental Studies in Russia 9–14
Chen Hao: Bark: A Study on the Spiritual World of the Early Türks  15–20
Oliver Corff: Nations and Rivers: Their Status and Name in the Qingshi Gao — Reflections on the Draft History of Qing as a Source  21–28
Balázs Danka: A language behind the script A case study on the Pagan Oɣuz-nāmä  29–34
Mihály Dobrovits: The Ogur Turks in Chinese records  35–39
Hsiang-Tai Kao: The field research on the Manchu inscriptions in Beijing 41–45
Bayarma Khabtagaeva: Some notes on kinship terminology in Yeniseian  47–56
Kyoko Maezono: Japanese and Mongolian Usages of the Chinese Writing System 57–71
Dieter MaueMehmet ÖlmezÉtienne de la VaissièreAlexander Vovin: The Khüis Tolgoi inscription  73–89
Rodica Pop: The “five eyes pattern” tavan nüden hee  91–105
Maria Magdolna Tatár: Bortz and Membrok, etymology of two Cuman names from the 13th century 107–115
Hartmut Walravens: Józef Kowalewski’s Letters to Bernhard Jülg  117–134
Tana Wu: One Language behind Two Different Scripts 135–145
Hülya Yıldız: New Reading Proposal on the Eastern Face, Nineteenth Line of the Bilgä Qaγan Inscription  147–161