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History of Tuva in the Middle Ages

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LR Kyzlasov
History of Tuva in the Middle Ages.

The history of the Turkic state formations - khanates existed in VI-VIII centuries on the territory of Central Asia, Kazakhstan, Central Asia and parts of South Siberia - is represented in the global historical literature a lot of work. They cover many private and common problems associated with the study of historical data, language, epigraphy, culture, archeology and anthropology of the ancient Turks.

In general historical works devoted to South Siberia, Tuva and Kazakhstan, investigators often pose the entire political history of the Turkic khanates, not focusing its attention on the historical processes that occur among the tribes of this area. Such an approach is incorrect. This chapter is devoted to the study of the history of a particular tribe of Tuva in the VI-VIII centuries, represents only part of the population of the former East Turkic khanates. 

Archaeological Site of VI-VIII centuries. - 18
Funeral constructions. - 18
Burials with the horse. - 18
Burial without a horse. - 22
Funeral constructions. - 23
Grave mounds. - 23
Ancient memorial fence. - 23
Funeral constructions nobility. - 33
Monuments of art and literature. - 35
Ancient stone statues. - 35
Written Monuments and petroglyphs. - 43
Economy, trade and everyday life. - 44
Cattle breeding, farming, hunting and fishing. - 44
Mining and crafts. - 46
Exchange and trade. - 48
Life and beliefs. - 48
Turk Empire and the population of Tuva. - 50
The population of Tuva in the VI-VIII centuries. - 50
The social system. - 52

Turkish Balbal - Tuva
The Tuvans or Tuvinians are a Turkish ethnic group living in southern Siberia.

Siberia Turks give also the geographical name to Siberia, Sibir/Sabir Turks/Siberia (land of Sibir).

Scythian-Turks leaders statue in Tuva (link)
Tuvaian are Turkish Tribe.