Post by H. Ihsan Erkoc on Nov 18, 2004 17:42:54 GMT 3
(originially posted by me at October 18, 2004) ----
I heard there were ten tribes among the Tūjué 突厥 people but I could find out only two of them: the Āshĭnà 阿史那 and the Āshĭdé 阿史德. What were the names of the other tribes? Does anyone know (I know it must be really hard to find out)?
Post by H. Ihsan Erkoc on Jun 21, 2006 15:50:04 GMT 3
Prof. Dr. Ýsenbike Togan and her research team has finally published the Turkish translation of the Tujue Monography of the Jiu Tangshu (Old Annals of the Tang). I've started reading it but I haven't found any names of the Tujue tribes yet. But if I find any, I shall post them here.
Nomad, rider of the ancient east Nomad, rider that men know the least Nomad, where you come from no one knows Nomad, where you go to no one tells
Four proposal for the origin of Ashina: One of the ten sons descended from a female grey wolf. Descendant from a male from Suo nation, north of Xiongnu, who mother is a wolf, and a season goddess. Mixture stocks from the Pingliang prefecture of middle Gansu. Descendant from a skilled archer named Shemo, who once fallen in love on a sea goddess and ended in tragedy. Take note that the first and second sources came from Zhoushu, 50, the third from Suishu, 84, the fourth from Youyang Zazu, 04
"At Avrat Pusat" I rather be a nomadic barbarian than a sedentary savage