Title: Collections of Art in the State Tretyakov Gallery
Readiness of the edition: issued
Authors of the report: S.V. Laptev (Miho Museum, Japan), Karimov A., Artemiev V.I., Urmanova A. (Uzbekistan)
Topic of the report: The project to restore the method of making medieval glaze and to revive the traditional blue ceramics of Bukhara
Uzbekistan has given the world numerous monuments of history and culture, some of which have already entered the treasury of UNESCO’s world cultural heritage, while others still await deserved recognition. First of all, from the monuments of the medieval period the mosques and mausoleums of Samarkand, Bukhara, Khiva and other cities in the heart of the Silk Road attract attention of both scientists and the general public to the elegant creations of Islamic architecture. Most of them are faced with glazed brick, typical for Islamic architecture of Central Asia and Iran. Nevertheless, the secret of preparing medieval glaze has long been lost, those methods that are used in modern facing of architectural objects when restoring monuments are significantly different from those of traditional masters. They don’t give the right color and durability, and, accordingly, are not suitable for architectural restoration. Likewise, they don’t solve the issue of the need to transfer knowledge of the traditional wisdom of the ancestors of the Uzbek people from generation to generation. Далее
Author of the report: S.V. Laptev (Miho Museum, Japan)
Topic of the report: Technical study of ancient and medieval glass of Uzbekistan as a method of reconstruction of contacts between people on the Great Silk Road
Due to its convenient geographical location, Uzbekistan has been at an ancient crossroads of trade and cultural contacts between the peoples of the East and the West, named the Great Silk Road.
Currently, thanks to the policy of the President of the Republic of Uzbekistan Shavkat Miromonovich Mirziyoyev, a return to the origins of the Great Silk Road is taking place in Uzbekistan, and during this period its study on the basis of history and archeology is of particular importance. Далее
Topic of the report: Bukhara and the mutual influence of cultures in the world history. Interdisciplinary Essay
Author of the report: Mukhamedov Shuhrat Bakhronovich (PhD in History, Associate Professor. The Institute of History of The Academy of Sciences of The Republic of Uzbekistan).
“Buhoroi-sharif” or noble Bukhara is one of the most ancient cities on our planet. The age of the city is more than 2500 years. Being at the intersection of many trade routes and being one of the main cities of the “Great Silk Road”, Bukhara has made and is making a worthy contribution to the development of world civilization.
The city was a part of a number of large state entities during certain periods of its history: Persian, Greek, Turkic, Mongolian, Arabic, Russian and Soviet.
Of course, this, could not but affect the cultural and economic development of the glorious city. Далее