Akbuzat (Bashkir: Аҡбуҙат, from аҡбуҙ "blue-grey" and ат "horse") is the most famous kubair (epic poem) of the Bashkirs. It shows similarity to other epics (notably the story of Pegasus).

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  • Akbuzat (Bashkir: Аҡбуҙат, from аҡбуҙ "blue-grey" and ат "horse") is the most famous kubair (epic poem) of the Bashkirs. It shows similarity to other epics (notably the story of Pegasus). (en)
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  • Akbuzat (Bashkir: Аҡбуҙат, from аҡбуҙ "blue-grey" and ат "horse") is the most famous kubair (epic poem) of the Bashkirs. It shows similarity to other epics (notably the story of Pegasus). (en)
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