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On August 5, 2019 at 15.00, the Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan together with the Otrar State Archaeological museum-preserve in the framework of the state program "Ruhani Zhangyru" (Course towards the future: modernization of Kazakhstan’s identity) opens an exhibition - "KAMALY BEKEM, KHALKY KAYSAR - OTYRAR" (OTYRAR - HERO CITY) dedicated to the 800th anniversary of the city’s defense Otyrar.

an exhibition - "KAMALY BEKEM, KHALKY KAYSAR - OTYRAR" (OTYRAR - HERO CITY) Otyrar is a blessed place located on one of the main branches of the Silk Road, where the Syrdaria and Arys rivers flow nearby. A city with a deep history has made a definite contribution to world civilization. Famous since antiquity to the whole East, the city maintained cultural, economic, commercial, industrial ties with India, China, Byzantium and other countries, and agriculture and animal husbandry simultaneously developed in the steppes of the region.

Otyrar, where the outstanding thinker Abu Nasr al-Farabi was born and raised, is considered one of the most famous medieval cities in South Kazakhstan.

In the VI-VIII centuries, Otyrar-Farab was the center of a large feudal possession of the Middle Syrdaria, in the IX-XII centuries - the main city of the region, XIII-XV centuries - one of the largest cities in the south of Kazakhstan, and in the XVI-XVII centuries - the political and economic center of the Kazakh Khanate.

Since the end of the 19th century, the ruins of Otyrar and other monuments located around it have attracted the attention of many scientists. More detailed information about the monuments of Otyrar is given in the writings of scientists - V.V. Bartold, E.G. Smirnov, N.S. Lykoshin, A.O. Rudnev, D.N. Lyushin, I.A. Kastanye, A.K. Clare, A. Cherkasov, I.T. Poslavsky, A.N. Bernshtam, E.I. Ageeva, A.G. Maksimova, K.A. Akishev, K.M. Baipakov, M.B. Kozha and others. According to historical sources, in 1903 the first topographic survey of Otyrar was carried out. The study of Otyrar begins with the first scientifically based excavations conducted under the direction of A. Clare in 1904.

In 1947, the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography of the Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR, together with the Leningrad branch of the Institute of the History of Material Culture, carried out research on the monuments of southern Kazakhstan. So, the South Kazakhstan Archaeological Expedition was organized under the direction of A.N. Bernstam. The South Kazakhstan Archaeological Expedition was examined the fortifications of the oasis of Pshakshi-tobe, Altyn-tobe and Kuyruk-tobe, Mardan-Kuik, Kok-Mardan, as well as the settlements on the left bank of the Syrdaria: Buzuk, Oxus, Artyk-Ata, Kaugan-Ata and Sumagar-tobe.

In the years 1969-1971 under the leadership of K.A. Akishev resumed work of the Otyrar archaeological expedition of the Institute of History, Archeology and Ethnography named after Ch.Ch. Valikhanov Academy of Sciences of the Kazakh SSR. Thus, Otyrar is currently one of the most well-studied medieval cities in Kazakhstan and Central Asia.

The exhibition will present materials from the archaeological collection of the Otyrar State Archaeological museum-preserve, formed as a result of archaeological research of the Otyrar settlement. The exhibition consists of four sections. The first section of the exhibition contains samples of archaeological artifacts of the early Middle Ages, in particular, genuine material and source materials. In the second, the results of the works of narrators about the life of the city will be presented. The third section presents materials about the life of the city during the Mongol invasion in the 13th century. The fourth section is dedicated to the revival of the city of Otyrar and introduces rare, genuine materials from the period of the reign of Amir Timur and the time of the Kazakh Khanate.

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