Proceedings 2019

Religion and State in the Altaic World

Proceedings of the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Permanent International Altaistic Conference (PIAC), Friedensau, Germany, August 18–23, 2019

Edited by Oliver Corff


Table of Contents


Christine Bell: Material Culture: Shagreen in the Bābur-nāma 1–17

L. Bold: Polysemy of the Word “Täŋri” 19–27

Alicia Campi: Return of State-Supported Buddhist Rituals to Modern Mongolia 29–38

Oliver Corff: Disasters — Acts of Heaven? Records of Disasters in the Draft History of Qing 39–58

Kuljamal Tologonovna Djamankulova: Totemism of the peoples of Altai origin 59–64

Kao Hsiang-Tai: From the Sanskrit-Tibetan transliteration system to the Mongolian and the Manchu ali-gali script 65–74

Barbara Kellner-Heinkele: Moghul Tribal Traditions in Mirza Haydar Dughlat’s Tarikh-i Rashidi 75–92

Yuanchu Ruby Lam: Two Primary Accounts on the Sino-Mongolian Negotiation (1449–1450) 93–100

Liu Ge: On the Buddhist Feature of the Uighur Pintung Documents 101–109

Olga Lundysheva and Dieter Maue: An Old Uyghur text fragment related to the Tocharian B “History of Kuchean kings” 111–124

Kyoko Maezono: Shamanism in the Secret History and the Kojiki 125–142

Junko Miyawaki-Okada: Tibetan Buddhism and Nomadic Mongolian Regimes 143–152

Irina Nevskaya: Old Turkic runic inscriptions in the Altai Mountains and their reflection of traditional beliefs and religion of the ancient Turkic population: the case of the inscription
Kuttuu-I 153–160

Rodica Pop: State and Church in Mongolia, a multidimensional relationship 161–169

А. С. Раимкулова: Роль мечетей Кыргызстана в религиозном воспитании молодежи 171–176

N. Shaimerdinova: Tengriism in the life of Turkic peoples 177–182

Saule Tazhibayeva and Irina Nevskaya: “Meskhetian Turks”: an analysis of their ethnic self-identification and religion based on a sociolinguistic survey in 2013–2018 183–198

Hartmut Walravens: Polyglot Names of Imperial Horses and Dogs 199–222

Hülya Yıldız: A New Analysis of the Kalbak Taš XV (A-33) Inscription 223–231