Article ID: CBB653911897

SOME ASPECTS OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL DEVELOPMENT OF PRODUCTION IN THE TERRITORY OF KYRGYZSTAN BEFORE THE TWELFTH CENTURY (2020)

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Kyrgyz people have centuries-old, national traditions of culture, scientific thought and technology. Consequently, it is very important to research all the origins, as well as the development of technology and technical thought. The study of the development of technology and scientific achievements from a historical point of view allows us to identify the main development trends as well as the features of their formation. Investigations of the centuries-old period of the formation of technical creativity’s traditions in Kyrgyzstan and familiarization with the global development of scientific and technical progress makes possible tracing the origin and formation of the fundamental basis for the development of the leading branches of production in Kyrgyzstan. This reveals the specific features of the development of the scientific and technical potential of the republic that related to the unique culture and peculiar natural conditions. Kyrgyzstan is rich in archaeological monuments, including architectural complexes, bridges, and irrigation systems. They date from the Bronze Age to the late Middle Ages. The flourishing of the nation’s technological development began in the twelfth century. In Kyrgyszstan, the twelfth century was the time of urban development and also the stabilization of feudal relations. The development of crafts and mining entailed the establishment of trade and cultural relations with China, Tibet and Central Asia. These connections changed the technology, art, and culture of the Kyrgyz people. This article is devoted to the history of the development of major industries on the territory of Kyrgyzstan from the second millennium BC to the twelfth century. Kyrgyzstan should be perceived not only as a geographical object, but also as a historical and cultural entity in world history and culture. This article focuses on the creation and development of the ceramic and metallurgical industries on the territory of modern Kyrgyzstan.

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Authors & Contributors
Freestone, I. C.
Sasisekaran, B.
Ponting, M. J.
Lönnqvist, K. K. A.
Liu, En-yuan
Mahajan, N.
Journals
Archaeometry
Indian Journal of History of Science
Zhongguo Keji Shiliao (China Historical Materials of Science and Technology)
Vesalius
Ziran Kexueshi Yanjiu (Studies in the History of Natural Sciences)
Past and Present
Publishers
Insegna del Giglio
Brill
Cambridge University Press
University of Arizona
Aracne
Concepts
Technology
Metallurgy
Ceramics; pottery
Mines and mining
Arab/Islamic world, civilization and culture
Coins; medals; seals
People
Xenophanes
Places
Rome
China
Greece
England
Italy
Africa
Times
Ancient
Medieval
Early modern
Renaissance
Han dynasty (China, 202 B.C.-220 A.D.)
6th century
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