Teber, Ömer Faruk
March 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Spring2007, Vol. 11 Issue 31, p209
Academic Journal
It is known that the religious teaching, rituals (âdâb) and traditions of Alawite-Baktashi communities have been transferred from generation to generation in a verbal way. However, besides the verbal accumulation, also, from the second half of the 16th century onwards, some texts have been written for the same purpose. The main topic of this study is the Baktashi Tarcumâns that set an example for the written texts in question. In addition, a transcription of a treatise with registered no 06.MK. Yz. A 2464 (17th century) will constitute another part of our study.


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