Author(s): Emrah G├ťL├ťM
Ahmedî, who was born in the middle of the second quarter of the 14th century and died in the middle of the first quarter of the 15th century, has a very important place in terms of being the founder of the Divan Literature and Divan Literature Tradition and a bridge poet in terms of Anatolian Turkish. Although he lived a bumpy life and traveled many cities both for his education and during his poetry life after his education, he became a pioneer in the fields of poetry, usage of prosody and the creation of concept. Ahmedî, who managed to stand out not only with his poetry but also with his historian, physician, bureaucrat and scholar identities, is a sophisticated person who is respected wherever he goes. In accordance with his importance, the works he wrote have been circulated many times in his own period and afterwards; and today hundreds of studies have been made about him as a very frequent subject of old literature studies. With the advancement of today's technology, the follow-up of these studies has become very difficult; For this reason, bibliography studies have gained importance. Accordingly, the bibliographies of great poets such as Fuzûlî, Bâkî, Nâbî, ?eyh Gâlib were listed and published before. In this study, a bibliography of Ahmedî, who is known as the founding poet of Divan poetry and considered as one of the greatest poets, has been prepared. The main subject of this study is the theses, books, articles, declarations, encyclopedias and lexicon articles, and publications in foreign languages, starting from the manuscripts of Ahmedî's works.