Influence of Islam on formation of ritual of Crimean Tatars

Authors

  • O. Boytsova

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32420/1999.11.1019

Abstract

In the history of the formation and development of the Muslim culture of the Crimea, several periods can be distinguished, for each of which the range of distribution of Islam, its status and the structure of supporters are diverse. Such periods are: 1) Pecheneg-Kipchak (from the appearance of the first Muslim communities in the Crimea to 40 years of the XIII century; 2) Ordinsky (from the adoption of Islam in Dzhchiev Ulus to the collapse of the Golden Horde); 3) the Crimean Khanate (from 1443 to 1783); 4) Russian (from the accession of the Crimea to the Russian Empire and before the revolution of 1917); 5) Soviet; 6) democratic development, which began in 1991 in Ukraine and marked the beginning of the revival of the Muslim culture of the Crimean Tatars

Published

1999-09-21

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