TITLE

XVI. YÜZYILDA KONAR-GÖÇER KARKINLAR

AUTHOR(S)
Gülten, Sadullah
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2009, Vol. 13 Issue 41, p177
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Malazgirt a significant part of the Oguz tribe after the war and during the Mongol invasion had come to Anatolia. However, some of them to life through the built villages set up their own names, and some have continued to nomadic life. Represent the forces in Anatolia have lost family structures Oguz to fails completely, therefore generation of Turkmen enterprises large and small communities have become. One of them who belong to the communities mentioned Karkin lineage contributed to the creation of enterprises Aleppo, Bozulus, Dulkadirli spread between enterprises and the Turkmen of Ramadan. Several groups among the nomad has lived in Western Anatolia.That has been discussed in this article one of the Oguz family enterprises that are connected Karkin's the dissolution of the area and population.
ACCESSION #
48215374

 

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