Tourists visited the ancient cities of Otrar
and Sauran, and then got acquainted with the state historical and cultural reserve Azret Sultan museum.
The paper focuses on the city of Otrar
, a space described by chroniclers as being "about one day's journey in all directions", birth-place of philosopher and scientist Al Farabi, whose works can be said to tend a bridge between Eastern and Western philosophical and political systems.
Children who are educated about information technologies are more likely than others are to be exposed to cyberbullying, as well as to traditional bullying (Otrar
& Okte, 2014; Sourander et al., 2010).
1249) asserted that the massacre of Mongol merchants and envoys by the Khwarazmian governor of Otrar
caused a sea of blood to flow in revenge, and the historian 'Izz al-Din Ibn al-Athir claimed that the Mongols conquered and destroyed any town that had received coins stolen from Chinggis Khan's murdered traders.
(3) Tamerlane or Timur (born 1336 in Kesh, near Samarkand in modern Uzbekistan, Transoxania died February 19, 1405, in Otrar
near Chimkent), Turkic conqueror of Islamic faith whose conquests spanned from India and Russia to the Mediterranean Sea.
Archeologists is working hard to reveal remnants of the historical Otrar
city where in the Central Asia.
It has been seen that the study titled "Values of Prospective Teachers", carried out by Sirin and Otrar
(2000), is parallel to the contents of this study.
, a orillas del Syr, el 14 de Febrero de 1405" ("Timur" 1321).
It was a freezing cold winter, with the country deep in snow and the rivers frozen solid, and the army halted at Otrar
in what is now Kazakhstan.
In 1991, he directed The Fall Of Otrar
, an award-winning epic.