Berkli, Yunus
January 2007
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2007, Vol. 11 Issue 30, p65
Academic Journal
Various figures and Marks- on gravestones have always drawn researvhers attention and their connections to the past have been tried to explain. As from the acception of Islam by Turkish in the early Islamic age their understanding of art had gradually changed. Turks have perpetuated the Central Asia traditions and Eurasia Style characteristics by adopting the characteristics of the ancient belief of Sky God and Shamanist Thought to the rules of Islamic belief. This belief and thought is explained in the best way by the materials regarding the dead cult.


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