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    Posted: 08-Oct-2005 at 15:31

 

The gray wolf is the ancient and noble animal representing the nation of Turks stretching from the Northern Pacific Ocean, west through Siberia, to Eastern Europe and the Mediterranean Sea. The gray wolf is intertwined in countless stories, legends, and mythologies of the Turks. One mythology relates that in a great battle the Turkish nation was destroyed except for a baby prince, who was left to die in the battlefield. A lone she-wolf named Asena happened upon the babe and took him away to the legendary Ergenekon mountain range in Northern Siberia. Within this mountain, the boy was reared by the wolf to maturity where upon Asena and the prince gave birth to the new Turks...

and tukish, turks means  original of name is toruk from tore

* This is borderline steppe mythology. We could keep the topic here for now for the sake of interest (or disinterest). * - Seko




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http://www.turks.org.uk/
16th century world;
Ottomans all Roman orients
Safavids in Persia
Babur in india
`azerbaycan bayragini karabagdan asacagim``
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