SOME HISTORICAL WOODEN (ォNTI) MOSQUES FROM ORDU

Abstract

Author(s): Ahmet Ali BAYHAN

Ordu, located in the Middle and East Black Sea Region and known as “Kotyora” in old days and which had a long historical past, remained under the domination area of Danishmendid Principality, which was one of principalities founded in Anatolia after Malazgirt War in 1071. After that, Tajeddinids (Samsun and Çaramba environments) and Hajiamirads (Ordu region) Principalities dominated this zone, mentioned as “Canik” in the historical sources. The wooden buildings in Ordu, conquered by Otoman State in 1427, are interesting architectural works. In this article, the mosques of kizce / Laleli (Old), Çayba? / Yeni Cuma (New Friday), Çay?r, Kargal?, Eski Asak, Aa?yava Village, Kumru / enyurt Village (Old), Perembe / Soukp?nar Village-Hatipli Quarter, Ünye / TekkirazKabadirek and Akku / Çaldere Village will be evaluated. These mosques are architectural works built in the wooden technique (known as Çant? in Turkish Language) which were able to be seen in the Middle Asian and Anatolian Turkish architecture.

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