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    Statue of a man-ossuary from Koi Krylgan Kala, first centuries A.D., Hermitage Museum

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    • Timur Türk

      M.Ö. 400 yıllarında inşa edilmiş. Kalenin Astronomik gözlemler yapmak için de yapıldığı tahmin ediliyor. 1. yüzyıla ait bulunan heykelde Türk Özelliği olarak ortaya çıkan unsurlar mevcut. Türk Oturuş şekli olan, Bağdaş kurup oturma gibi.

    • ☾☆Tahire Ö.kalender II. ☾☆♌ ☀ ☾☆

      Türk Kozmolojisi-Dağ Tekesi, Hayat Otu yada Hayat Ağacının dallarını yiyen ve "Ölmezler" arasına giren Kutlu hayvanlardandır. Boynuzlu hayvanalar daima Şamanların Gökyüzü bineği olarak görülen "Tanrısal" kutlu varlıklardır

    • Yavuz Tellioğlu

      Statue of a man-ossuary from Koi Krylgan Kala, first centuries A.D., Hermitage Museum

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