The Studies on the Armenian-Kypchak manuscripts in Turkey


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Authors

  • Akbota Serikkazykyzy Al-Farabi Kazakh National University
  • Raushan Avakova Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32523/2664-5157-2023-4-115-129

Keywords:

Armenian-Kypchak manuscripts, Armenian-Kypchak language, Kypchak language, Kypchaks, proverbs and sayings, style, genre, spoken language, written language, Turkish scientists.

Abstract

This article raises a question that has not been considered before. It refers to Turkish researchers’ studies of old Kypchak manuscripts, written in
the Armenian alphabet in the 16th-17th centuries. During this period, due to historical events, Armenians and Kypchaks lived in the same settlement.
Trade was especially active among Kypchaks and Armenians so kinship was established.
This led to the formation of the Armenian-Kypchak language and writing. According to researchers, the Armenians who were living in Ukraine during the 16th-17th centuries forgot their native language and
used the Kypchak as a spoken language and even they prayed in the Kypchak. In accordance with sources sources, only church ministers spoke
Armenian. The Turkish-Armenian researcher K. Pamukchia, relying on the
classification of Yak. Dashkevich, who studied the of Armenian-Kypchak written records, divides the development process of the Armenian-Kypchak language into three stages.
The first is the mastery of the Kypchak language by the Armenians as a spoken language before the linguistic period (end of 13th -15th centuries).
The second is the flourishing of the Armenian-Kypchak written language (start of 16th-first half of 17th century, i.e. 1524-1699).
The third is the decline and death of the Armenian-Kypchak language (second half of 18th century).

Information about author

Akbota Serikkazykyzy, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

PhD student

Raushan Avakova, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University

Doctor of Philology, Professor of the Department of Turkic Studies and Language Theory

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Published

2023-12-29

How to Cite

Serikkazykyzy, A., & Avakova, R. (2023). The Studies on the Armenian-Kypchak manuscripts in Turkey. Turkic Studies Journal, 5(4), 115–129. https://doi.org/10.32523/2664-5157-2023-4-115-129

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Turkic languages