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VII International Conference in memoriam German Fyodorov-Davydov

Yu. D. Obukhov (Praskoveya, Russian Federation)

Madjar, a Сity of the Golden Horde, by Written, Cartographic and Visual Sources

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Pages: 242-245

The researchers’ interest in Majar, a Golden Horde city in the North Caucasus, has become obvious since the 18th century and still exists nowadays. In spite of the existing seemingly extensive historical evidence of the 14th through to 20th centuries, related to the description of the city existence and exploration, there remain quite a number of questions, which attest to the fact that the sources available have not been extensively processed. The combined analysis (not ventured before) of all available written, cartographic and illustrative sources without exception, with the involvement of newly identified ones, alongside with the application of modern GIS technologies, will have a positive effect on the study of the Madjary hillfort site and its practically unstudied environs.

Keywords: North Caucasus, Golden Horde period, Madjar, cartographic sources, visual sources

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Yury D. Obukhov.
Museum of Local History of the Praskoveya Village. Address: Lenin St., 50, Praskoveya village, 356817, Budyonnovsk District, Stavropol Kray, Russian Federation 
E-mail: [email protected]

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