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2 Nisan 2014 Çarşamba

TURAN, AN ETRUSCAN GODDESSES ?!







...trea. Uni (Tanrıca). 
Turan. 
Elaksntre (Aleksandr-Paris)





TURAN , 350-300 BCE

Turan was the Etruscan goddess of love, 
fertility and vitality and 
patroness of the city of Vulci.

In art, she was usually depicted as a young winged girl.
Turan is depicted on a great deal of Etruscan art: 
on mirror-backs and terracotta panels, on vases and sculpture.

Etruscan language is proto-Turkish.

Turan was used as a name, 
and still using for all Turkish World  
Turanian

Tur and Tar is the root word for Turk
Tur+an (plural in persian language  ān) = Turk+s



TURAN- ETRUSCAN


ETRUSCANS ; TURKIC/TURANIAN PEOPLE



for example:

The Mengujek dynasty is remembered primarily 
for its monuments in Divriği. 
The Divriği Great Mosque was built in 1228 by Ahmed Shah. 

The adjoining medical center, or Darüşşifa, 
was built in the same year by 
Turan Melek Sultan, 
daughter of the Mengujek ruler of Erzincan,
 Fahreddin Behram Shah. 

Both buildings are on UNESCO's World Heritage List.


The Divriği Great Mosque


The Divriği Great Mosque



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