TITLE

DOĞU TÜRKİSTAN’DA ERKEN SAKA KÜLTÜR ÇEVRESİ

AUTHOR(S)
YILDIRIM, Kürşat
PUB. DATE
September 2013
SOURCE
Turk Dunyasi Arastirmalari;Sep/Oct2013, Issue 206, p469
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Culture Circuit (Kulturkreis) Theory is one method that can be applied in the discussions towards definition the first inhabitants in Eastern Turkistan. According to the theory, every culture Circuit is a cultural composition expanding from one center to periphery. Some information extracting from ancient Chinese main sources can be used for identifying early Saka culture in Eastern Turkistan in accordance with that method. So, outlines of Saka material culture occupying an important place in the history of Eastern Turkistan can be demonstrated.
ACCESSION #
93527201

 

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