The Turcoman Tribes - Report of Edmond O'Donovan - Special Correspondent to the Daily News - 1882

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<b>The Turcoman Tribes - Report of Edmond O'Donovan - Special Correspondent to the Daily News - 1882</b>
Author: Edmond O'Donovan
Publisher: Daily News - 1882
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Language:English

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Цитата:
The Turcoman Tekke tribes of Merv has two tribes the Toktamish, on the eastern bank of the river , and the Otamish ,on the western. The Toktamish is the most numerous and also the senior tribe, but its precedence is purely honorary. Kouchid Khan ,who commanded the whole nation during its migration to Merv,and in the subsequent war with Persia was hereditary chief of the Toktamish. On his death ,his son Baba Khan succeeded to the headship of the Toktamish tribe only. His personal character was not sufficiently distinguished for the Turkomans to continue his father's authority in him, and the Otamish Khan successful asserted a claim to equality. Kouchid Khan's mame is still potent among the people of Mery, and their new fortress bears his name. The Toktamish and Otamish tribes are subdivided into four sections, with sub chiefs over each, and still further into twenty-four yaps or clans. The following table will indicate at a glance the divisions and subdivisions of the Tekkes east and west of the Murgab.
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