Enigma of the Great Steppe

Enigma of the Great Steppe

The Great Steppe! Thousands of years of events, hundreds of Nomadic tribes and peoples! They lived, created, made discoveries, conquered large territories and left many mysteries. ‘Enigma of the Great Steppe’ provides interesting facts about Kazakhstan’s history, archaeology and ethnography. The project offers a blend of documentary facts and materials with reenactment and staged scenes.

Battle of civilizations

Battle of civilizations

Today in the program:

Battle of civilizations 
Empire against caliphate 
war that changed history

Armor of God

Armor of God

Today in the program:

ARMOR OF GOD;
«GOLDEN» HANDS OF «GOLDEN» PEOPLE;
IS IT IMMUNITY OR NECESSITY?

Kapal: what do we know about it?

Kapal: what do we know about it?

Today in the program:

Kapal: what do we know about it?
Aitys between Sarah and Birzan-Sal: fact or fiction?
Poet, englishman and muse of three great men.

Zhankent is the Oguz capital

Zhankent is the Oguz capital

Today in the program:

ZHANKENT IS THE OGUZ CAPITAL;
THE CITY AT THE INTERSECTIONS OF NINE ROADS;
AMAZING FINDS.

Great steppe's mythic imagery

Great steppe's mythic imagery

Today in the program:

Great steppe's mythic imagery 
Legend of Zhayik-Nama 
Teyrans, the treasure guardians 

Turkic words in world languages

Turkic words in world languages

Today in the program:

"The song of Igor's campaign" is a monument of slavic literature;
Olzhas Suleimenov. Rejected point of view;
Turkic words worldwide.

The man who tried to escape death

The man who tried to escape death

Today in the program:

THE MAN WHO TRIED TO ESCAPE DEATH;
KOBIZ, THE CREATION OF THE STEPPE;
THE ETERNAL LIFE OF KORKYT.

Was kimek chariot the first from of transport?

Was kimek chariot the first from of transport?

Today in the program:

Was kimek chariot the first from of transport? 
New stage in the study of kimek khanate
A unique method for studying archaeological discoveries 

Invaluable manuscript #549

Invaluable manuscript #549

Today in the program:

Invaluable manuscript #549
Writing of kipchak people 
Mysterious bird

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