Sogdia; Sogdiana, c. 300 BC. Languages: Sogdian language: Religions: Zoroastrianism, Buddhism, Manichaeism: Capitals: Samarkand, Bukhara, Khujand, Kesh: Area
Sogdiana (or Sogdia) is a region in Central Asia between the mighty rivers Iaxartes in the north and Oxus in the south. Its eastern and western limits are more ...
Sogdia was a historical region in Central Asia, the northernmost province of the Persian Empire and of the kingdom Alexander the Great established in the region after ...
Sudak serves as the administrative center of Sudak Municipality, ... (a reference to Sogdia) in the 3rd century.  In the 6th century, ...
SOGDIANA. iii. HISTORY AND ARCHEOLOGY. Sogdiana, an Iranian-speaking region in Central Asia, stretches from the rivers Āmu Daryā in the south to the Syr Daryā in ...
146), which elevates the historical profile of Sogdia, in itself a good thing, but carries the flavor of a conspiracy theory.
Sogdiana, ancient country of Central Asia centring on the fertile valley of the Zeravshan River, in modern Uzbekistan. Excavations have shown that Sogdiana was ...
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Sogdia au Sogdiana (Gir. Σογδιανή) ilikuwa eieno la kihistoria katika Asia ya Kati ng'ambo la mto Oxus pale ambako milima ya Altai inanaza. Eneo lake leo hii ...
Sogdia, on the borders of the steppe world, was in the best position to profit from this "innovation.