Deer in Anatolian-Turkish folklore

Karadavut, Zekeriya | Yesildal, Uensal Yilmaz

Article | 2007 | MILLI FOLKLOR ( 76 ) , pp.102 - 112

Primitive mankind accepted the living and unliving creatures around him as drinking, breathing and living creatures like himself and didn't separate himself from these creatures so that sometimes had relative relations with the animals. When these relations gained a profitable dimension, beliefs and legends occurred. The deer is one of the chief animals about which Turks formed beliefs and legends. In that case, Turks didn't also cut their relation with deer in every different period they lived; they adapted deer to their new conditions. In this article, deer which appears as derivation element hunting animal, guide, is going to be . . .evaluated with the help of examples Daha fazlası Daha az

Sign In Me, Muse And Through Me Tell The Story: Greek Culture Performed

Ayaz, Berna

Review | 2014 | MILLI FOLKLOR ( 103 ) , pp.166 - 168

WOS: 000344580200015

The Seasonal Festivals and Special Days in Uzbekistan

Ashirov, Adhamean A. | Hatunoglu, Nurettin

Article | 2015 | MILLI FOLKLOR ( 105 ) , pp.120 - 130

A lot of customs and traditions which were neither forbidden or despised in Soviet era began to be celabrated more enthusiasticly both in formal life and among the public after the Independence of Uzbekistan. The historical process experienced by Turkestan era and also where Uzbeks live affected to arise many practice in Uzbek folklore.Ceremonies in Uzbek life divided into three title as seasonal, daily and religious. Among these ceremonies, seasonal ceremonies take important place in Uzbek's societies' cultuel life. This seasonal ceremonies ara attached to winter, spring and autumn periods. It is possible to observe old Turkic beli . . .efs, cultures of neighborhood regions and cultures of people who settled Turkestan before Uzbeks in the Nowruz, Mehircan, Sade, Gul Seyli holidays and festivals. Nowruz is an old traditional new year holiday of societies who live in Middle Asia and Middle East. Besides, Lale Seyli that is one of the old and national festival of the Uzbeks has been orginized in Khorezm, Bukhara and Baysun under the name of Klzil Gul (Gul-1 Surh), in Kokand, isfara, Tashkent and cust under the name of Baygigek and Lale Seyli. Tulip ceremony however, have been hold after Nowruz holiday that coincide with end of April and beginning of May when tulips were bloomed. Except for spring ceremonies, there were celabrated special days and ceremonies in automn. One of them is harvest ceremony and it is began to be celebrated in city centers today Daha fazlası Daha az

Female Ottoman Poets in Conks in Context of Oral and Written Culture

Ayaz, Berna

Article | 2016 | MILLI FOLKLOR ( 111 ) , pp.66 - 74

In Conks who are the leading source of folklore, especially minstrel literature, not only products of folklore and minstrel literature are given a place but also gazelles of classical poets such as Fuzuli, Nedim and Baki took place in many conks. This situation revealing the connections between both two poetry traditions (classical poetry and folk poetry) of Turkish people which are fed by the same cultural source but have differences in terms of art/poem, esthetic, style, rhythm and performance, shows that commoner literate people enjoy from classical poetry as well as folk poetry, without distinguishing poems of classical poets. s . . .uch as Fuzuli and Nedim from the folk poetry. In addition, this situation, especially female poets partaking in conks have not emphasized enough. In this study, it is laid an emphasize on the place of female poets partaking in conks who are the leading written source of folklore. The number of female poets is about 50 in Classical Turkish Literature, but a very few studies have been performed on these female poets. Some of these female poets who did not get the attention that they deserved in their periods and later, are known and loved in public. In conks that we could examine, it is encountered the poems of Fitnat Hanim, Seref Hanim, Leyla Hanim, Adile Hamm and Mihri Hatun. As is understood from examples in conks; these,female poets loved by public and deemed valuable to be recorded in conks. Of course, it is possible that some conks in which poems of female poets took place were written by female poets who were owners of these poems. When examining conks recorded to the catalogue of manuscripts in National Library, it is encountered the fifty-eight pieces of poems of aforementioned female poets. In these conks, many poems of these poets are much the same; some of them were alternated Daha fazlası Daha az

Intangible Cultural Heritage: Ferfene (Ankara Sample)

Mete, Filiz | Candeger, Ummugulsum | Koca, Tugba

Article | 2017 | MILLI FOLKLOR ( 114 ) , pp.100 - 111

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