TITLE

GÖRDES MEZAR TAşLARINDAKİ YAZILI BEZEMELER VE MEZAR TAşI KİTABELERİNE GÖRE GÖRDES'TEKİ SOSYAL VE DİNİ YAşAMA AİT BAZI BİLGİLER

AUTHOR(S)
Bğçğcğ, H. Kamil
PUB. DATE
March 2006
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2006, Vol. 10 Issue 27, p223
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Summary : Sulus, celi sulus, nesih, talik ve ri'ka were used as writting types. Sulus was used on one hundred and fortyseven; celi sulus was used on one hundred six, nesih was used on eleven; ta'lik was used on forty; rik'a was used gravestone. Gravestone epitaphs were written with anno hegirae. The dates on some gravestones were written both with numbers and letters. On the others the dates were written with only letters in arabic or persian language.
ACCESSION #
23659756

 

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