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15 Ekim 2016 Cumartesi

Turkish Culture and Art






Panel with enthroned Ruler Tuğrul Bey (Tughril-Tughrul) with his Oath Cup and in Turkish sitting position
and Courtiers, [Bey is a title like Sir in English]
Iran (possibly the vicinity of Ray) 2nd half 12th century, 
Philadelphia Museum


Tughrul (Tuğrul Bey , 990-1063) is the founder of the Great Turkish Seljuk Empire. He is the grandson of Selçuk, of Kınık tribe of Oghuz (Oğuz) Confederation. His tomb is in Rey city - İran, which was the capital city of Great Turkish Seljuk Empire. After his dead, his nephew Alp Arslan became the leader. 







Tuğrul Tower in Rey-İran


From Metropoltian Museum 
"Court and Cosmos- The Great Age Of The Seljuqs"


Info of Metropolitan Museum is like; "From 1030 to 1337, the Seljuks, a tribe of nomads from Central Asia..."

1- Seljuks are Turks. So you must write as "Seljuk Turks".
2- what does "a tribe of nomads from .." means? Is "Nomad" a nation name?
3- Nomads can not establish states and make beautifull arts.
4- When it comes to Romans or Greeks, you write with their nation names. Even if it comes from Iran, it doesn't mean it belongs to Persians! Or is Islam a nation?... And it is absolutely not affected from an another culture as Persian, like Metropolitan Museum's book or other books inform you!(Right info is: Nizami is not Persian , and yes Oghuz are called also as Ghuzz, which brings us to Ashguz, the name of the Scythians!) and infact Persians learned from The Turks, if we look back in time, you will see that today's İran was till 1925 ruled by Turks, like Parthians, Scythians, Massagetae, Seljuks, Safavids, Afshar..etc . Still 45million Turkish people living in İran.

Instead of "Turkish" they are also presented as "ISLAMIC". Somehow, determination of the political identity of the Turks is Islamic..! Or with false ethnic identity.... The "Westerners" are proudly to say with their ethnics, and teaching also in that way, but when it comes to us, no mention of the Turks, Turkish culture. Whereas, such events are a nation's civilization measure....


Hypocrite and Turcofobia of the "Westerners".
THİS İS TURKİSH HİSTORY, ART AND CULTURE. 
WRITE WITH THE NATION NAME!
LİKE YOU DO WİTH "GREEK ART" "ROMAN ART". ETC.
AND ALSO NOT AS "İSLAMİC ART"
LİKE THERE İS NO "CHRİSTİAN ART"!



(Why Do They Not Named Turkish Culture and Civilization?)






other photos from 
"Cosmos and Court: The Great Age Of The Seljuqs "



Storage Vessel - 13th c - Seljuk Turks 
Brooklyn Museum




Turkish Warrior on horse with knotted tail
Seljuk Turks - 12th c.
The Fitzwilliam Museum
"Knotted Horse Tail" Meaning for the Turks: 
For Country, Nation, Family, for the sake of Honor and War ; 
Ready to be Killed and Kill.



A Turkish Warrior with his bow on horse with knotted tail.
1st half of the 13th c, from north Syria.
Louvre Museum



Dagger, Turkish Culture and Art, 12th-13th c 
Swastika (we call OZ) Turkish symbol/mark
excavated in Israel
"The Arts of The Muslim Knight": The Furusiyya Art Foundation Collection*
* Furūsiyya, is the historical Arabic term for knightly martial exercise during the Middle Ages, during the Crusades and Mamluk Turks period in particular. Most of the Crusades was stopped by the Turkish Warriors.



Fragment of a spandrel with a Bird and 
Turkish Symbol (Tamga) + sign with four dots.
From Sultan Kılıçaslan Palace (Selçuklu Köşk) ?
Seljuk Turks - 12th c
Victoria and Albert Museum


Central Asia Turks


Khakassia Turks


Uyghur Turks





And when I say Turks, I mean all the Turks around the world.
"In Turcology we must write as: Turk-Tatar ; Turk-Kazakh ; Turk-Uzbek ; Turk-Bashkir..."
Professor Lesbek TAŞİMOV
Hoca Ahmet Yesevi International Turkish-Kazakh University Rector
III. INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS of TURCOLOGY

Tulpar (Winged Horse) Seljuk period - 12th c 
Konya Museum


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