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Some thoughts on grave symbolism in Tashkent cemeteries

Paul Bergne

Some thoughts on grave symbolism in Tashkent cemeteries

by Paul Bergne

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Published by University of Durham, Institute for Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies in Durham .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sepulchral monuments -- Uzbekistan -- Tashkent -- Political aspects.,
  • Cemeteries -- Political aspects -- Uzbekistan -- Tashkent.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    Statementby Paul Bergne.
    SeriesDurham Middle East paper -- no. 76, April 2004, Durham Middle East papers -- no. 76.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsGT3275.4.A2 B47 2004
    The Physical Object
    Pagination24 p. :
    Number of Pages24
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20023087M

    Grave markers Wide coffins (children do not have coffins, except heir) Skeletons on back, head to south, face looking east Daggers/weapons Round metal disks (gold or silver, depending on status) All females (Tombs 1, 2, 4, 11, 12) No grave markers Narrow coffins (children do not have coffins) Skeletons on back, head to north, face looking westFile Size: 55KB. For information of that nature, we suggest the Find-A-Grave website: The Holy Ghost Ukrainian Orthodox Cemetery (FAG ID #) We have organized the cemeteries in our Gazetteer based on a problem that we had while working on our own genealogy.

    Lubavitch in Uzbekistan & Central Asia - 30 Shokhzhakhon Street Tashkent, Uzbekistan Rabbi Abba D. Gurevitch. This was the place where Ivan and the Lieutenant made their deal and where Ivan spent most of his time. It explained how when Ivan would leave the saloon he would always walk around the cemetery and never through it. That also means that some of the story took place outside on the street when he walked home or to the saloon.

    Read This is a cemetery from the story Poems by DeanSidneyGeorge (Sidney George) with reads. loss, fellings, poems. Lives are commemorated deaths are reco. To request permission to reprint, please e-mail [email protected] Lara Tupper, MFA, is the author of two novels, Off Island and A Thousand and One Nights, and Amphibians, a linked short story collection forthcoming in


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