Историја Турске

С Википедије, слободне енциклопедије

Турци су на данашњи простор стигли из средње Азије и сместили се у средишту Мале Азије: Анадолској висоравни. Били су тамо вековима пре него што су освојили друге делове Анадолије, запосели Истанбул и напредовали према Европи, Африци и Азији стварајући царство.[1][2] Мала Азија је мост између Азије и Европе којим су се кретали многи мигранти. У периоду од преко две хиљаде година овде су живели представници многих цивилизација – Хетити, грчки Фригијци, Лидијанци, Исаурианци, Каподокијанци и Византинци итд.

Референце[уреди | уреди извор]

  1. ^ „About this Collection - Country Studies”. loc.gov. Архивирано из оригинала на датум 12. 8. 2008. Приступљено 2. 5. 2018. 
  2. ^ Douglas Arthur Howard (2001). The History of Turkey. Greenwood Publishing Group. ISBN 978-0-313-30708-9. Приступљено 2. 4. 2013. 

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