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Monday, 2 July 2018

Yol dang re'

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Other names / Alternative spellings 


Social groups (status, family, lineage...) 

lha deity 

dru gu (Turk) 


Period of activity 

Mythical times ?


Biographical data 

Yol dang re'*, deity of the Turks (drugu'i lha) inside the fortress of Shu ba' ba leg** in the land of the northern eight sNam (ms. PT 1060 l. 90-91 "yul byang ka' snam brgyad mkhar shu ba' ba leg gyi nang na' / drugu'i lha yol dang re'", see the OTDO transliteration). 


Titles 


Notes 

*Yol dang re', possibly the Tibetan transcription of the Old Turkic Yol täŋri, "road god", attested in the IXth century Old Turkic ms. "Irk bitig", Or.8212/16 § 2, 48 (see, Irk Bitig: the Book of Omens / Talat Tekin. - Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz, 1993 p. 9, 21)  

**Ba leg, most likely the Tibetan trancription of the word for town/city in a Turkic language, such as Old Turkic balïk (town) 

Examples in context  of the Old Turkic words yol (road, way)ŋri (god, sky) and balïk (town, city) can be found in A Grammar of Old Turkic / Marcel Erdal. - Leiden: Brill, 2004.


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