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An Exampole of Kırlangic Covering of a Mosque in Tokat: The Mosque of Kizilcaoren Village
Wood has been used by Turks in various fields which vary from architecture to daily use objects since pre-Islamic period. Wooden ceiling mosques have an important place among these areas of usage. The wooden ceiling is found in various types in different geographical areas. One of these types, Kırlangıc covering, had been applied in a wide geography which extends from Central Asia to Caucasus and from India to North Africa. Kırlangıc covering which was in use in different regions of Anatolia between 13rd and 19th century has been found especially in house architecture of East and Northeast Anatolian regions. It is considered that this type of covering had not been used widely in Tokat and its adjacencies. The mosque of Kızılcaoren village is one of the rare examples of Kırlangıc covering in Tokat. Kızılcaoren village is 1500 meters above the sea level and surrounded by forests. It may be said that the flora and geography of village had been effective in preferability of Kırlangıc covering in the mosque of Kızılcaoren village.

Keywords
Kırlangıc Covering, Tokat, Kızılcaoren Village, Wood, Mosque.


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