Search

Your search for 'dc_creator:( "Salihoǧlu, Hülya" ) OR dc_contributor:( "Salihoǧlu, Hülya" )' returned 3 results. Modify search

Did you mean: dc_creator:( "salihoglu, hulya" ) OR dc_contributor:( "salihoglu, hulya" )

Sort Results by Relevance | Newest titles first | Oldest titles first

Ḳaračay

(876 words)

Author(s): Salihoǧlu, Hülya
, a Turkic tribe of the North Caucasus. They call themselves Ḳaračayli̊ and are known as Ḳaračaylar in Turkish and Karačaitsi̊, or Karačaievtsi̊, in Russian. The Ḳaračay language belongs to the Ḳi̊pčaḳ branch of Turkic. According to the 1926 Russian census, ethnically there were 55,123 Ḳaračay and linguistically 55,349. In the 1959 census, the numbers recorded were 81,403 and 78,817 respectively. The Ḳaračay occupy the mountain valleys of the upper Kuban, Taberda, Zelenčuk, Laba and Podkumok rivers on the northern slopes of the Caucasus. Little is known of their history. Their …

Kabards

(766 words)

Author(s): Salihoǧlu, Hülya
, a Muslim people of the Caucasus. In Russian they are called Kabardintsi̊, in Turkish Kabartaylar; other designation, Käsäg. The name of the Kabards was first mentioned as Cheuerthei by Barbaro, who visited the Caucasus in 1436. Its etymology remains uncertain. The Kabard language belongs to the eastern branch of the Adi̊ghe (Čerkes) linguistic group, which is also referred to as “high Adi̊ghe”. According to the 1926 Soviet census, there were 139,925 Kabards ethnically and 138,925 linguistically. The census of 1939 records 164,000 Kabards. The Kabards live in the basin of Uppe…

Ḳaračay

(874 words)

Author(s): Salihoǧlu, Hülya
, tribu turque du Nord du Caucase; elle se désigne elle-même sous le nom de Ḳaračayli̊; en turc Ḳaračaylar (Karaçaylar), et en russe Karačaitsi̊ ou Karačayevtsi̊. D’après le recensement russe de 1926, les Ḳaračay comptaient 55 123 âmes du point de vue ethnique et 55 349 du point de vue linguistique; à celui de 1959, les chiffres étaient respectivement 81 403 et 78 817 Cette population occupe les vallées montagneuses du cours supérieur du Kuban, du Taberda, du Zelenchuk, du Laba et du Podkumok sur les pentes septentrionales du Caucase. L’histoire des Ḳaračay est peu connue; ils remont…