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And some characters are entirely the products of his fertile imagination, for example, the Khazar Princess Ateh....

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which, with its chronologically disturbed alphabetized entries and its cross-referencing symbols, allows each reader to ''put together the book for himself''...

Out of that, 47 editions are published abroad and 11 books are from the local publishers.

Translations of various titles have been printed in the United States, Russia, France, South Korea, Mexico, Mongolia, Bulgaria, Greece, Slovakia, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Albania, Montenegro, Turkey, Czech Republic, Lithuania.

The Khazars are said to be a lost people who flourished somewhere in the Balkans (''beyond the mountains,'' as it were) late in the first millennium.

Though we are provided with a feast of entertaining folkloric anecdotes and ''legends'' applicable to any such fairy-tale kingdom, the only ''historical'' event chronicled is the ''Khazar polemic,'' a fanciful ninth-century debate among three divines - Jewish, Christian and Muslim - for the souls of the Khazars, a debate from which the Khazars apparently never recovered...

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