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Main article: History of Turkmenistan Guardian figures of the four gates of the Turkmen universe, from a Salor heirloom carpet dating from no later than the mid s and perhaps as early as the mid s. The motif recalls the small tent housing the bride on the wedding caravan camel. Subsequently, Turkmen tribes founded lasting dynasties in Central Asia, Middle East , Persia and Anatolia that had a profound influence on the course of history of those regions. Representatives of the Turkmen tribes of Ive and Bayandur were also the founders of the short-lived, but formidable states of Kara Koyunlu and Ak Koyunlu Turkomans respectively [35] [36].

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He was raised Jewish, but later became an atheist. He attended the local school until the age of 12 and showed a remarkable aptitude for learning languages. He was forced to walk with crutches because of a congenital disorder and eventually had to leave school due to difficult financial circumstances. He was also rapidly acquiring English , the Scandinavian languages , Russian , Serbian , and naturally other Slavic languages. He became a tutor in the house of Huseyin Daim Pasha , and, under the influence of his friend and instructor, Ahmet Efendi , became a full Osmanli , serving as secretary to Fuat Pasha.

After spending about a year in Constantinople, he published a German-Turkish dictionary in Later, he also published various other linguistic works. He also learned some twenty other Turkish languages and dialects. Returning to Budapest in , he received a stipend of a thousand florins from the academy, and in the autumn of the same year, disguised as a Sunni dervish , and under the name of Reshit Efendi, he set out from Constantinople. His route lay from Trebizond on the Black Sea to Tehran in Persia, where he joined a band of pilgrims returning from Mecca , spending several months with them traveling across Central Iran Tabriz , Zanjan , and Kazvin.

Throughout this time, he succeeded in maintaining his disguise as "Reshit Efendi," so that upon his arrival at the Khanate of Khiva he managed to keep up appearances during interviews with Khan Sayyid Muhammad. Together with his band of travelers, he then crossed Bokhara and arrived at Samarkand.

Initially, he aroused the suspicions of the local ruler, who kept him in an audience for a full half-hour. There he took leave of the band of dervishes and joined a caravan to Tehran , and from there, via Trebizond and Erzurum , to Constantinople, arriving there in March After a long and perilous journey he arrived back at Pest in May He went to London to arrange the English language publication of his book about the travels.

He became acquainted with members of British social elite. He was widely celebrated at his 70th birthday in March , receiving greetings from academic institutions all over Europe. He advocated the theory of close Turkic - Hungarian linguistic and ethnic relationship, and his publications on the subject [7] [8] [9] [10] provoked a harsh scientific and public debate in Hungary, remembered as the "Ugric-Turk War".

His strongest evidences were the large corpus of ancient Turkish words in Hungarian word-stock for a minimum, and even more with good alternative Turkic etymologies , [11] and the strong typological similarity of Hungarian and Turkic languages.

In his opinion Hungarian is a contact language , more precisely a mixed language , and a fruit of the intermingling of early Hungarians with Turkic peoples; as a result of this merger, the Hungarian language got a unique, distinctly dual Ugric AND Turkic character.

The intriguing problem of Turkic-Hungarian language relations [12] [13] [14] is far from settled even after centuries of research. Saami , Samoyed etc. In Turkey, Hungarian and Turkish are still considered as two branches of the same language family, the Ural—Altaic. Many of his works have been translated into other languages, especially French.

He also published numerous articles and books, mostly in German and Hungarian. His travels have been translated into many languages, and his Autobiography was written in English.

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Possessed of an extraordinary capacity for languages and a phenomenal memory, he mastered numerous European languages and then turned to Arabic, Turkish, and Persian, achieving magisterial fluency and control in these. In his early twenties, fired by the dream of exploring the putative homeland of the Magyars in Asia, he moved to Constantinople where he lived as a tutor of European languages and executed translations from Turkish history. He became a Muslim and entered the service of the Turkish government as secretary to Mehmet Fuad Pasha, five times foreign minister of Turkey. While in Constantinople he earned the esteem of Sultan Abdul-Hamid ii.

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He was raised Jewish, but later became an atheist. He attended the local school until the age of 12 and showed a remarkable aptitude for learning languages. He was forced to walk with crutches because of a congenital disorder and eventually had to leave school due to difficult financial circumstances. He was also rapidly acquiring English , the Scandinavian languages , Russian , Serbian , and naturally other Slavic languages. He became a tutor in the house of Huseyin Daim Pasha , and, under the influence of his friend and instructor, Ahmet Efendi , became a full Osmanli , serving as secretary to Fuat Pasha.

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