ON THE SECOND TRANSLATION OF QABUS-NAMA BY UNKNOWN TRANSLATOR DURING THE OLD ANATOLIAN TURKISH PERIOD

Abstract

Author(s): Fatih Deniz AKYZ

Qabusnama was written by Keykavus bin Iskender for his son Gilan Sah in 1082. It was written as a compendium-manifesto in Persian. This book was translated to Turkish by six different interpreters during the Old Anatolian Turkish period which is one of the historical phases of the Turkish language. One of them is the translation, whose manuscripts are available in the British Museum in England and which constitutes the subject of our article. In this article, this translation is going to be introduced, given some examples from transcription, attempted to comparisons with other translations.

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