The merchants of Djety-Shahr shall enjoy the same privilege in the towns of Turkestan.
After seventeen days' march they reached the Lake of Lobnor in Turkestan.
In Turkestan, jade is known as yashm or yeshm, a word which appears in Arabic as yeshb, perhaps cognate with ἴασπις or jasper.
It is the meeting-place of the caravan roads from India, Persia, and Turkestan.
Nor is it easier to estimate the number of those at present living in slavery in Turkestan.
Turkestan was the next part of the empire to claim attention.
He died while I was in Turkestan, and I went to see him shortly before his death.
Khokand is one of the most important centres of trade in Turkestan.
We are going East, and shall not be back for many months; we are going to visit the buried cities in Turkestan.
Through this gorge runs the high road to Turkestan and Ghuzni.