Proceedings 2006

Man and Nature in the Altaic World. Proceedings of the 49th Permanent International Altaistic Conference, Berlin, July 30 – Aug. 4, 2006. Edited by Barbara Kellner-Heinkele, Elena V. Boykova, Brigitte Heuer. (Berlin: Klaus Schwarz Verlag, 2012) 492 pp. ISBN: 9783879974085 (Studien zu Sprache, Geschichte und Kultur der Turkvölker, 12).

Table of Contents

Preface XIII
Аnisya Kh. Aliyeva (Kazan): Language and Style of the 18th Century Tatar Seyahatname 1–4
Vladimir M. Alpatov (Moscow): Japanese Nature and Japanese Language 5–10
Zoya Anayban (Moscow): Khakas Identity in the Period of Post-Soviet Reforms 11–13
Aysu Ata (Ankara): The Rylands Manuscript: The First Translation of the Koran into Turkic 14–23
Ágnes Birtalan (Budapest): “Do Not Disturb My Ponds and Lakes, Do Not Injure My Swans.” A Human Ecological Approach to Mongolian Shamanic Texts 25–36
Uwe Bläsing (Leiden): The Tungusic Plant Names in Primitiae Florae Amurensis, Versuch einer Flora des Amurlandes by Carl Joh. Maximowicz 37–47
Elena V. Boykova (Moscow): Interrelation of Nature and Man in the Spiritual Tradition of the Mongols 48–51
İsmail Bozkurt (Gazimağuza): Traces of Shamanism in the Beliefs of Turkish Cypriots 52–56
Cemal Çakir (Ankara): Nature in the Vocabulary of Folk Songs: Aşik Veysel and Muharrem Ertaş 59–66
Oliver Corff (Berlin): The Known World and Beyond: Concepts of the Animal Kingdom as Presented in the Pentaglot 67–74
Figen Güner Dilek (Ankara): Sacred Elements of Nature in the Faith of the Altai Turks 75–80
Ding Shiqing (Beijing): The View of the Environment as Seen through the Altaic Languages in China 81–90
Mihály Dobrovits (Budapest): The Sacred Ötükän Forest. Natural, Commercial, and Sacral Features of a Holy Place 91–98
Анна В. Дыбо и Юлия В. Норманская (Moscow): К древнейшим самодийско-тунгусским лексическим связям (названия животных) 99–115
Roger Finch (Tokyo/Cape Neddick): Folk Taxonomy of Japanese Birds 116–139
Albina H. Girfanova and Nikolay L. Sukhachev (St. Petersburg): V. K. Arsen’ev’s Studies of Oroch and Udege 140–145
İsmail Güleç (Istanbul): Cataloguing the Manuscripts in the Library of the Türkiyat Araştırmaları Enstitüsü (Istanbul) 146–151
Louis M. Hargan (Cape Neddick): The Use of Rhubarb among the Mongols 152–172
Ayşenur Külahlıoğlu İslam (Ankara): Tradition, Man, and Nature at the Inception of the Modern Turkish Story 173–178
Mária Ivanics (Szeged): Der Sippenbaum im Buch der Dschingis-Legende 179–189
Nesrin Tağızade Karaca (Ankara): A Lake and Two Poems, or Two Different Views of “Göygöl” 192–204
Sergei G. Klyashtorny (St. Petersburg): The Landscape in the Old Turkic Runic Inscriptions 205–207
Zeynep Korkmaz (Ankara): Mensch und Natur in Dede Korkut-Geschichten 208–213
Liu Ge and Kou Juxia (Xi’an, Shaanxi): “Washing Blood with Water”: The Life of the Huihe Khan Dunmohe, (8th Century) 214–221
Kyoko Maezono (Bonn): Plants and Their Naming in Manchu, Mongolian, and Japanese 222–232
Ruth I. Meserve (Bloomington): Death by Animal 233–239
Junko Miyawaki-Okada (Tokyo): The Manchu Empire in World History – A New Approach 240–248
Hidehiro Okada (Tokyo): Parallel Texts in Saɣang’s Erdeni-yin Tobči and Blo bzang bstan ‘dzin’s Altan Tobči 249–254
Tatiana A. Pang (St. Petersburg): The Changbaishan According to Travellers’ Accounts 255–260
İsmail Parlatır (Ankara): XIX. Yüzyıl Türk Edebiyatında Tabiat 261–265
Rodica Pop (Bucharest): Mongols and Nature: Traditions as Reflected in Mongolian Sources, and Substitute Language 266–274
Adolat Rakhmankulova and Alimjon Rakhmankulov (Tashkent): The Contribution of Deported Peoples to the Economy of Uzbekistan 275–282
Alice Sárkőzi (Budapest): The Cult of the Sun and the Moon in Mongolian Written Sources 283–298
Rufat Sattarov (Baku–Berlin): Between the Supernatural and the Natural: Aspects of Religious Beliefs among the Azerbaijani Turks 299–312
Назиф А. Саттаров (Baku) и Руфат Н. Саттаров (Baku–Berlin): Экологическое сознание азербайджанских тюрков: к постановке вопроса 313–321
Giovanni Stary (Venice): “Natur” in Kaiser Kangxi’s Gedichten über die Sommerresidenz in Jehol (Mandschurische Fassung) 322–348
Maria Magdolna Tatár (Oslo): Deer and Man in a Darkhat Legend and Their Ethnogenetic Connections 349–359
Sarolta Tatár (Budapest): Concepts of the Soul in Tuva: A Philosophical Approach 360–376
Erika Taube (Markkleeberg): Die Tuwiner von Cengel und die Natur – im Alltag und in ihrer Dichtung 377–388
Jakob Taube (Markkleeberg): Der Pelikan nicht nur in der altaischen Welt 389–398
Münevver Tekcan (Istanbul): Qariš, a Unit of Measurement in Turkic Languages 399–403
Ersin Teres (Istanbul): Some Religious Terms in Qarakhanid Turkic 404–414
Litip Tohti (Beijing): On the Common Altaic Verbs *ba-~*bi- and *a:-~*e: Related Thinking of Altaic-Speaking People 415–431
Edward Tryjarski (Warsaw): A Polish Account on the Buriats in the Middle of the 19th Century (From Agaton Giller’s Memoirs) 432–447
Fatma Ahsen Turan (Ankara): Rituals and Beliefs Related to Celestial Phenomena: Eclipse,Thunder, Thunderbolt, and Rainbow 448–456
Refik Turan and Abdülvahit Çakir (Ankara): War and Nature in Anatolia During the Seljuk Period 457–464
Hartmut Walravens (Berlin): Nature in Manchu Pictorial Art and the Natural History of Manchuria 465–478
Ilya V. Zaytsev (Moscow): “Tatar Musk” 479–482