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Ārmenian sources on Central Asia, V-VII c. AD
              L. Ter-Mkrtichjan (Institute of Orientalistics, AS USSR, Moscow, 1979)
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Central Asia according to 'Ashharacujc' (VII c. AD)
MAP OF CENTRAL ASIA according to the Armenian geography "Ashharacujc" (VII c. AD)
(Reconstruction of S.T. Eremjan on the basis of Ptolemy's work)

Rivers:
52 - Kambisevs; 53 - Kir; 54 - Stratarovd; 55 - Harindas; 56 - Maksira; 57 - Margiv (Mrv);
58 - Mrvrot; 59 - Oxos; 60 - Politimet; 61 - Jostos; 62 - Jaxart; 63 - Dexi;
64 - Rimmos; 65 - Tara (ra); 66 - Atl; 67 - Udon; 68 - Alontas; 69 - Sondas;
70 - Geruas; 71 - Kesios; 72 - Kura; 73 - mouth of Erash (Arax)

Settlements:
77 - Divaba; 78 - Aspabovtos; 79 - Gabaru bagink ( ; 80 - Alhon?; 81 - Valhon?

47 - a stone tower, a road and a port, from where one sets of for the country of Sini (China)

The original scanned map of S. Eremjan (0.5 Mb)
The map in CorelDraw! format (zipped)

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