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PART 1. GENERAL REMARKS ABOUT THE TURKISH HISTORYPART 2. THE ANCIENT CULTURES OF CENTRAL ASIAA- The Ancient Cultures of Central AsiaB- The Relations with the Chinese CivilizationsPART 3. OLD NOMADS OF THE STEPPE: SCYTHIAN AGE IN EURASIAPART 4. HUNS (XIONGNU)A- Asian Huns (Xiongnu)B- Kushans, Akhuns and HephthalitesC- European HunsPART 5. GÖKTÜRKSA- The Göktürk KhaganateB- The Neighbours of the Göktürks: The SogdiansPART 6. THE UYGURSPART 7. OGUZ, KYRGYZ, TURGISH, KARLUKS TATARS AND OTHER CENTRAL ASIAN TURKISH TRIBESPART 8. KHAZARSPART 9. TURKS IN EAST EUROPEA- Turko-Slavic RelationsB- BulgarsC- AvarsD- PechenegsE- Kimeks-Kipchaks/KumansPART 10. STATE, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY AMONG ANCIENT TURKSPART 11. RELIGION AND SCIENCE AMONG ANCIENT TURKSPART 12. LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AMONG ANCIENT TURKSPART 13. CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG ANCIENT TURKS



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VOLUME I: EARLY AGES
PART 1. GENERAL REMARKS ABOUT THE TURKISH HISTORY
Studies on Turkish History / Prof. Dr. Yusuf Halaçoğlu [p.29-33]
The Genealogy of the Turks / Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [p.34-39]
Early Times of the Turks / Prof. Dr. Tuncer Baykara [p.40-62]
Geographical Terminology in Medieval Central Asia: Ma wara’al-nahr, Turkestan and Turan / Asst. Prof. Dr. Scott Levi [p.63-67]
Inner Eurasia and the Histories of Turkish Speaking Peoples / Assoc.Prof. Dr. David Christian [p.68-73]
The Migration and Expansion of the Turks / Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [p.74-86]
PART 2. THE ANCIENT CULTURES OF CENTRAL ASIA
The Ancient Cultures of Central Asia and the Relations with the Chinese Civilizations / Prof. Dr. Özkan İzgi [p.89-102]
A- The Ancient Cultures of Central Asia
The Earliest Prehistory of Central Asia: Lower, Middle and Upper Paleolithic / Prof. Dr. Leonid B. Vishnyatsky [p.103-108]
The Nomads of Saian-Altai (IX-VII. Centuries B.C.) / Prof. Dr. Leonid Marsadalov [p.109-114]
B- The Relations with the Chinese Civilizations
Monographs about Turkish and Related Tribes in Chinese Dynastic Histories / Dr. Sema Orsoy [p.115-131]
New Data Regarding the Physical Anthropology of the Kazakhs from Xinjiang with Correlations to Hungarian Populations / Dr. Gyula Henkey - Izabella Horvath [p.132-135]
New Archaelogical Discoveries in the Tian Shan Region of Xinjiang: A Search for Early Turkish Remains / Dr. Sergei V. Alkin [p.136-144]
PART 3. OLD NOMADS OF THE STEPPE: SCYTHIAN AGE IN EURASIA
Scythians / Prof. Dr. Abdulhaluk M. Çay - Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhami Durmuş [p.147-166]
The Earliest Turks in the Middle East: Cimmerians and Scythians / Prof. Dr. M. Taner Tarhan [p.167-178]
Ancient Sources on Massagettes / Dr. Abdülhalık Aytbaev [p.179-183]
Sarmatians / Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhami Durmuş [p.184-194]
PART 4. HUNS (XIONGNU)
A- Asian Huns (Xiongnu)
The Great Hun (Xiongnu) State / Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [p.197-216]
The Origin and Rise of the Xiongnu Empire / Asst. Prof. Dr. Nicola Di Cosmo [p.217-227]
Xiongnu Archaeological Relics West of Yenisei / Dr. Miklós Érdy [p.228-235]
The Division and Destruction of the Xiongnu Confederacy in the First and Second Centuries C.E. / Prof. Dr. R. Rafe C. de Crespigny [p.236-243]
Wu-Suns / Prof. Dr. Sergei A. Yatsenko [p.244-249]
B- Kushans, Akhuns and Hephthalites
Origin of the Kushans / Asst. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Tezcan [p.250-270]
The Kushan State and Its Ideology / Prof. Dr. Awadh K. Narain [p.271-276]
Turks in Ma wara’al-nahr and Khorasan during the Chionite/Hyon and Hephthalite Era / Prof. Dr. Dursun Ali Akbulut [p.277-289]
C- European Huns
European Huns / Prof. Dr. Şerif Baştav [p.290-305]
Three Archaeological Links between the Xiongnu and the Huns / Dr. Miklós Érdy [p.306-317]
PART 5. GÖKTÜRKS
A- The Göktürk Khaganate
Göktürks / Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taşağıl [p.321-347]
Some Components of the Civilization of the Turks (6th to 8th Century A.D.) / Prof. Dr. Denis Sinor [p.348-356]
Turkic Khaganate in Middle Asia (VI-VIII Centuries A.D.) / Dr. Larissa S. Baratova [p.357-363]
Western Turk Rule of Turkestan’s Oases in the Sixth through Eighth Centuries / Prof. Dr. Jonathan Karam Skaff [p.364-372]
B- The Neighbours of the Göktürks: The Sogdians
Introduction to the History of Sogdiana / Dr. Matteo Compareti [p.373-381]
Turks and Sogdians / Prof. Dr. Boris I. Marshak [p.382-389]
PART 6. THE UYGURS
The History and the Cultures of the Uygur States / Prof. Dr. Gülçin Çandarlıoğlu [p.393-413]
Uygurs / Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taşağıl [p.414-422]
The Uighur Empire (744-840) / Dr. Ablet Kamalov [p.423-430]
Uygurs under the Mongol Rule / Prof. Dr. Michael C. Brose [p.431-438]
PART 7. OGUZ, KYRGYZ, TURGISH, KARLUKS TATARS AND OTHER CENTRAL ASIAN TURKISH TRIBES
Turkish Tribes in Central Asia in the Pre-Islamic Period / Prof. Dr. Ahmet Taşağıl [p.441-462]
Oguz-Turkomans / Gazi Univeristy, Facult of Arts and Sciences/ Turkiye Asst. Prof. Dr. Tufan Gündüz [p.463-475]
The Seals of Turkish Clans Old Kirgiz-Oghuz Ethnic Connections / Prof. Dr. Oljobay Karataev [p.476-479]
The Yenisei Kyrgyz from Early Times to the Mongol Conquest / Prof. Dr. Michael R. Drompp [p.480-488]
PART 8. KHAZARS
The Khazar Empire / Asst. Prof. Dr. Muallâ Uydu Yücel [p.491-508]
Khazar-Byzantine Relations / Kevin Alan Brook [p.509-515]
On the Origin of the Khazar Diarchy and the Circumstances of Khazaria’s Conversion to Judaism / Prof. Dr. Constantine Zuckerman [p.516-523]
Khazars, Pechenegs and Hungarians in the Ninth Century / Dr. Bálint Zoltan Takács [p.524-532]
PART 9. TURKS IN EAST EUROPE
The Turko-Slavic Symbosis Turkic Nomads of Southeastern Europe / Prof. Dr. Omeljan Pritsak [p.535-547]
A- Turko-Slavic Relations
Historical Contacts between Alanic and Turkic Peoples in the West Eurasian Steppes / Dr. Agusti Alemany [p.548-552]
Ogur Connection in the Croatian and Serbian Migrations / Osman Karatay [p.553-561]
B- Bulgars
The Turks, Slavs and the Origin of the Bulgarians / Prof. Dr. Plamen S. Tzvetkov [p.562-568]
Bulgars and Ogurs / Prof. Dr. István Zimonyi [p.569-578]
The Danube Bulgar State (679-1018) / Ayşe Kayapınar [p.579-589]
C- Avars
The Avars: An Overwiev of Their Ethnogenesis and History / Prof. Dr. Emil Heršak [p.590-606]
Avar Settlements: A Challenge to Archaeological Research / Dr. Raimar W. Kory [p.607-616]
D- Pechenegs
Relics of the Pecheneg Language in the Works of Constantine / Dr. Gábor Vörös [p.617-631]
Pechenegs in the Balkans / Asst. Prof. Dr. Muallâ Uydu Yücel [p.632-642]
E- Kimeks-Kipchaks/Kumans
Kipchaks and Kumans / Assoc.Prof. Dr. Ahmet Gökbel [p.643-659]
Notes on the Qipchaq Tribes: Kimeks and Yemeks / Prof. Dr. Peter B. Golden [p.660-670]
Kimeks / Prof. Dr. Bolat Kumekov [p.671-679]
Cumans in Bulgarian History (Eleventh-Fourteenth Centuries) / Assoc.Prof. Dr. Valerie Stoyanov [p.680-689]
PART 10. STATE, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY AMONG ANCIENT TURKS
A- State
State Tradition and Organization among Ancient Turks / Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [p.693-713]
B- Society
Social and Economic Life among Ancient Turks / Prof. Dr. Salim Koca [p.714-731]
The New Year and Spring Festivals among the Turks / Prof. Dr. Ahmet Pirverdioğlu [p.732-739]
Burial Practices among Early Turks / Dr. Ciro Lo Muzio [p.740-745]
Towns and Settled Culture of Kazakhstan in VI-First Half of IX C. / Prof. Dr. Karl Baipakov [p.746-750]
C- Economy
The Currency in the Turkish Khanates from the Türgish to the Great Uygur (9th Century) / François Thierry [p.751-762]
The Silk Road and Its Importance in the History / Prof. Dr. Boris Ya. Stavisky [p.763-773]
PART 11. RELIGION AND SCIENCE AMONG ANCIENT TURKS
A- Religion
The Religion of Ancient Turks / Prof. Dr. Harun Güngör [p.777-797]
B- Science
Science among Ancient Turks / Prof. Dr. Esin Kahya [p.798-812]
Medicine in the Pre-Islamic Central Asian Turkish World / Prof. Dr. Ali Haydar Bayat [p.813-823]
PART 12. LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE AMONG ANCIENT TURKS
Language and Literature among Ancient Turks / Prof. Dr. Sema Barutçu Özönder [p.827-846]
A- Language
Classification of Turkish Dialects / Dr. Ufuk Tavkul [p.847-854]
Pre-Ottoman Turkic Loans in Hungarian / Dr. Rishat Saifutdinov [p.855-860]
Language Problem of Avars and Two Words / Dr. Szatmari Sandor [p.861-868]
Alphabet and Identity of Turks / Hatice Şirin [p.869-880]
The Orkhun Inscriptions / Asst. Prof. Dr. Cengiz Alyılmaz [p.881-887]
B- Literature
New Reflections on the Epic of Oguz Kagan / Prof. Dr. Fuzuli Bayat [p.888-895]
Uighur Buddhist Literature / Prof. Dr. Geng Shimin [p.896-910]
The Book of Dede Korkut and Prehistory of the Turks / Prof. Dr. Süleyman Aliyarlı [p.911-916]
PART 13. CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG ANCIENT TURKS
Culture and Arts among Ancient Turks / Prof. Dr. Nejat Diyarbekirli [p.919-945]
A- Archaeological Culture and Arts
The Pazyryk Culture in Altai (sixth to fourth centuries B.C.) / Prof. Dr. Leonid Marsadolov [p.946-953]
New Turkish Sculptures of Mongolia and Altai / Prof. Dr. Vladimir D. Kubarev [p.954-961]
Stone Sculpture and Balbals among the Turks / Prof. Dr. Oktay Belli [p.962-966]
The Antiquity and Dynamics of Central Asian Shamanism and Rock Art / Dr. Andrzej Rozwadowski [p.967-973]
The Turkish Tradition of Building Kurgans in the Prehistoric and Middle Ages / Prof. Dr. Oktay Belli [p.974-978]
B- Culture and Arts
Scythian Culture / Assoc.Prof. Dr. İlhami Durmuş [p.979-988]
Kushana Art and Civilizations / Prof. Dr. Ramesh C. Sharma [p.989-994]
Art of the Göktürks / Asst. Prof. Dr. Yaşar Çoruhlu [p.995-1003]
Art of Ancient Turks / Asst. Prof. Dr. Seyfi Başkan [p.1004-1010]
The Robe of Ancient Turks of Central Asia according to Materials of Art / Dr. Gleb V. Kubarev [p.1011-1015]


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