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Genesis of the Turks (Türklerin Kökeni) Prof. Dr. Osman Karatay

Genesis of the Turks (Türklerin Kökeni) Prof. Dr. Osman Karatay
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Genesis of the Turks (Türklerin Kökeni) Prof. Dr. Osman Karatay

TDH İPEK YOLU'NUN MUTLAKA OKUNMASINI ÖNERDİĞİ KİTAPLARDANDIR.
Format Hardback | 525 pages
Dimensions 148 x 212 x 16mm | 294.84g
Publication date 01 Mar 2022
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Publication City/Country Newcastle upon Tyne, United 
Language English
Edition Unabridged
Edition Statement Unabridged edition
ISBN10 1527578216
ISBN13 9781527578210

Karatay, Osman, The Genesis of the Turks: An Ethno-Linguistic Inquiry into the Prehistory of Central Eurasia, trans. Mehmet Ciğerli, Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2022, ISBN: 1-5275-7821-6, 525 pages, 8 tables, index.

 

This book suggests a new theory on the origins and Urheimat of the Turks within the context of Central Eurasia and, more properly, the South Urals, by exploring the relations of the Turkic language with the Altaic, Uralic and Indo-European languages and by referring to historical, genetic and archaeological sources. The book shows that the elements that started the making of the Turkic ethno-linguistic entity were also shared by the regions where the later Hungarians would emerge, and that the consolidation of their identity seems to be related to the emergence and rise of the Sintashta culture. It argues that the fertile lands and suitable climatic conditions, together with the coming of agriculture likely at the end of the 3rd millennium BC, allowed them to increase their population.

 

Osman Karatay completed his Master’s degree at Gazi University, Turkey, in 2001 and his doctorate from the same institution in 2006. He is currently a professor at the Ege University, Turkey, and has contributed to Turkish historiography with many projects. He served as co-editor of the six-volume book The Turks (2002) and the volumes Balkanlar El Kitabı [A Handbook of the Balkans] (2006), Doğu Avrupa Türk Tarihi [A History of the Turks in Eastern Europe] (2014) and Ortak Türk Tarihi[A Common History of the Turks] (2019), and launched the academic quarterly Karadeniz Araştırmaları [Black Sea Studies]. His publications include İran ileTuran[Iran and Turan] (four ed.: 2003, 2012, 2015, 2018), In Search of the Lost Tribe. The Origins and Making of the Croatian Nation (2003), and İlk Oğuzlar. Köken, Türeyiş ve Erken Tarihleri Üzerine Çalışmalar[The Earliest Oghuz: Studies on Their Origins, Genesis and Early History] (four ed.: 2017-2020).

 

 


 

ISBN-10 ‏ : ‎ 1527578216

ISBN-13 ‏ : ‎ 978-1527578210

Artikelgewicht ‏ : ‎ 295 g

Abmessungen ‏ : ‎ 15.01 x 1.6 x 20.8 cm

 

 

Osman Karatay schlosss ein Masterstudium 2001 an der Gazi-Universität, Türkei, ab und promovierte 2006 an derselben Institution. Derzeitist er Professor an der Ege-Universität, Türkei, und hat mit vielen Projekten zu rtürkischen Geschichtsschreibung beigetragen. Er war Mitheraus geberdessechsbändigen Buches The Turks (2002) und der Bände Balkanlar El Kitabı [Ein Handbuchdes Balkans] (2006), Doğu Avrupa Türk Tarihi [Eine Geschichte der Türken in Osteuropa] (2014 ) und Ortak Türk Tarihi [Einegemeinsame Geschichte der Türken] (2019) undstartete die akademische Viertel jahresschrift Karadeniz Araştırmaları [Schwarz meerstudien].Zu seinen Veröffentlichungen zählen İran ile Turan [Iran und Turan] (4. Auflage: 2003, 2012, 2015, 2018), In Search of the Lost Tribe. The Origins and Making of the Croatian Nation [Auf der Suche nach dem verlorenen Stamm. Die Ursprünge und Entstehung der kroatischen Nation] (2003) und İlk Oğuzlar. Köken, Türeyiş ve Erken Tarihleri Üzerine Çalışmalar [Die frühesten Oghuz: Studienzuihrer Herkunft, Genese und Frühgeschichte](4. Aufl.: 2017-2020).

 

Preface.......................................................................................................... x

 

Introduction: Defining the Turks................................................................. 1

 

1. A Brief History of the Turks................................................................... 11

 

2. Discourse on the Method: How to Evaluate the Birth of a People?........ 33

 

3. Not the Genghis Laws, but the Altaic Theory.......................................... 45

 

4. Hungarian Honey vs. Bashkirian Honey.................................................. 86

 

5. Finnish Bath: Revisiting the Uralic Theory............................................ 106

 

6. Hungarian Dance: Why Are They Called ‘Turks’?................................ 126

 

7. She-Wolf and the Resurrection Inn........................................................ 148

 

8. The Turks in Ancient Eastern Europe..................................................... 164

 

9. Scandinavia, Odin, and Turkland............................................................ 190

 

10. Sarmatians and the British Mission...................................................... 217

 

11. Scythians: The Golden Age and the Age of Gold................................. 245

 

12. Dobrowski: Slavic Languages and Turkic........................................... 291

 

13. United Notions: Indo-European Languages and Turkic....................... 308

 

14. Kurgans between Indo-Europeans and Turks........................................ 344

 

15. Old Turk Father was a Farmer............................................................... 377

 

16. Bee Wolf and the Turks......................................................................... 389

 

17. Wheels and Carts of the Ancient Turks................................................. 398

 

18. Blonde and Ugly: How were the Ancient Turks?.................................. 410

 

19. Rivers of Babylon: Middle East Connections........................................ 422

 

Conclusion.................................................................................................... 464

 

Bibliography................................................................................................. 472

 

Index.............................................................................................................508  

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