Хунны и фронтирная политика Китая на Шёлковом пути
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Silk Road, trade, Han-dynasty, Huns, Xiongnu, Tarim basin, He Xi Corridor

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1. Obrusánszky B. Хунны и фронтирная политика Китая на Шёлковом пути // Journal of Frontier Studies. 2018. № 3. C. 59-72.

Abstract

In the past few years lots of publication have printed about the Silk Road, which emphasied the role of Chinese Han dynasty in opening of the international trade route. But most of them investigated the question from the Chinese point of view, they did not focus the real frontier situation. In my brief outline I try to summarise the frontier history between the Chinese and steppe people based on contemporary Chinese historical records. I found that controlling the trade route fierce war took place between the Huns and Chinese and the local state cities join them according to their interest of economy.

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