Kıpçak Beyi (Tigaki !?) ye ait Kurgan - 12.yy-13.yy
Çöngül (Chingulsky - Chingulskogo) Kurganı - Ukrayna
Belki de: 1290- Toktaga Kağan (1290-1312)- link
Maybe : 1290-Toqtagha becomes Kipchak Khan (1290-1312)
1981 de açılmış. Türk geleneğinde görülen, atın başı kazığa geçirildikten sonra gömüldüğü ortaya çıkmış.:
" The horse skull found here in the excavations suggests a "scarecrow" consisting of a diagonally planted pole with horse's head at its upper end, draped in the skin of a horse."
"... the caftans from the Chungul Kurgan burial reﬂect a nomadic and Turkic military identity through their cut and materials."
Foreign Vesture and Nomadic Identity on the Black Sea Littoral in the Early Thirteenth Century:
ARS Orientalis Volume 38 more to read:
by Warren T.Woodfin, Yuriy Rassamakin, Renata Holod
Kipchaks and Cumans are Turkish People, called as Polovets in Russia and Europe.
/link for Codex Cumanicus / link for Kipchaks in Hungary
Chungul Kurgan from the Qipchaq Steppe of the Early 13th Century / link
"The pit shoulders Chingulskogo mound of the second third of the XIII century. (Zaporozhye), in which, apparently, was buried in one of the Polovtsian khans (Tigaki?) At the top had the dimensions 4.35 x 2.1 m and a depth of 5 m [Otroshenko-Rassamakgn, 1986].
Kipchaks, Qipchaq, Qifjaq, Xifjaq, Kimchag, Kimcha'ud, Kuchak, Kyfchak, Kimaks, Kibi, Kukiji, Kujshe, Kuche, Kyueshe, Kushi, Kushu, Kuchuk, Cumans, Quman, Comani, Kumandy, Kun-ok, Kun, Kangli, Kengeres, Qangli, Seyanto, Sirs, Tele, Falven, Falones, Val(e)we(n,) Phalagi, Skythicon, Sakaliba, Khartesh, Рlаvсi, Рlаwсу, Рlаuсi, Рlаwci, Раlусz(оk), Polovetsy, Polovtsy, and other variations / link
Turkish Kipchak "Stone Father/Grandmothers" "Taşbaba/Taşnine" Gravestones from Ukraine and
on the left from Elazığ Turkey
Turkic or Turks, Which one is the correct expression?