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The Traces of Central Asian Turkish Art in the Fundamentals of European Art
The deep traces of the effects of Central Asia, which we named as the Eurasian style, and which developed in style unity and divided into three groups, have now taken place in the important research areas of researchers as an undeniable fact. It is easily understood from the examples of European art that the Turkish tribes were the most important factors in the spread of the steppe art, namely the Eurasian style, to the Northern Black Sea and eastern Europe, from the early ages. These effects are strong enough to make themselves felt in almost all of Europe. It is now mentioned in the sources that the effects of Central Asian Turkish art and culture are not only limited to artistic activities, but also strong enough to affect daily life. It is seen that the effects do not disappear in the following periods, but continue to increase. Scientific studies and excavation finds are important in terms of showing that the Eurasian style features were used even in late periods. The effects of the figures or motifs, which are essentially the lifestyle and belief created by the Central Asian horse-steppe culture, and each of them have deep meanings, have been constantly ignored. However, the studies carried out and the new examples unearthed are found in sources where the effects of Central Asian Turkish art and culture are not limited to only artistic activities, but also strong enough to affect daily life. In fact, in Byzantine, it is mentioned in classical Byzantine sources, where Hun clothes and lifestyle are accepted as fashion in the daily life, and the hair styles of Huns are also used among the Byzantines. It is noteworthy that the effects were not limited to Rome/Byzantium, but were strongly felt in Persia and later in Sassanids in the early period. In this study, the effects of the Central Asian Eurasian Style on Western Art and civilization were tried to be demonstrated with examples. In addition, the evaluation of these effects by local and foreign researchers is especially emphasized in the article.

Hun Art, European Art, Byzantine, Rome, Eurasian Style.

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