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Marmara University (2007)

Anadolu’daki arami krallıkları ve arami kültürü — Aramaic kingdoms and Aramaic culture in Anatolia

Çeçen, Hande

Titre : Anadolu’daki arami krallıkları ve arami kültürü — Aramaic kingdoms and Aramaic culture in Anatolia

Auteur : Çeçen, Hande

Université de soutenance : Marmara University

Grade : Master Thesis 2007

Résumé
Aim of this study to collect together researches and thesises about Aramaeans.Aramaeans were origin of West Semitic a semi-nomadic group that emerged from Syria-Arabia deserts, and spread on to throughout Syria and North Mesopotamia, in the mid-to-late second millenium, and by the twelft century.It is possible to find the Aramaic culture in Anatolia, too. Gaziantep, Diyarbakır, Şanlıurfa – Harran ve Mardin – Nusaybin have many ancient sites belonged the Aramaeans, especially Gaziantep – Zincirli area. Bit Zamani (Diyarbakır), Bit Bahiyani (Mardin Türkiye–Suriye border), Sam’al (Gaziantep-Zincirli), Aram-Damascus ve bit Adini were important Aramaean states.Aramaeans had a close relationship with Assyrians and Late-Hittites.Aramaeans had became visible that they had their language origin of West Semitic, in the Neareast history. Aramaic language was used as a lingua franca for a long time in Neareast, especially during Persian Empire. They shared traditions of Mesopotamia, North Syria end Levant, in fields of art, culture and religion etc. It is possible, besides, to find to the details of that reflects their Semitic origins.

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