Vintage Inscriptions Similarity


  • Zhanat Yergubekova Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University, Turkestan, Kazakhstan
  • Yulduz Irisbaeva Khoja Akhmet Yassawi International Kazakh-Turkish University, Turkestan, Kazakhstan



Old Turkic Inscription, Runic Inscriptions, Scandinavian Runes


The article deals with the connection between the Old Turkic inscriptions and the Scandinavian runes. The ancient Turkic inscription found in Orkhon Yenisei in 17-18 centuries caused European scientists to admire. It is known that western scholars have come to the conclusion that the Turkic inscriptions originates from Europe by studying the secrets of Hunnus inscriptions. However, this is the main root of this article, which seeks to reconcile this viewpoint with denial. The article attempts to clarify the fact that the Great Turkish Empire can bring its culture and civilization to the conquest of Western European countries.

Ancient Turkic inscription with 2500-year history from the beginning of the 5- 4th  century A.D., it has been proven that archaeologists have come to prove that Scandinavian Rune has reached the Turkic steppe.  During the research works by scientists such as S. Sydykov, K. Konkobaev, S.Karzhaubai, ASAmanzholov, A.Bakhti, T. Barfild, A.N. Bernstein, and E.Tompson were used.

Every nation in the world has its genealogy, peculiarities, and viewpoints. Each nation has its own language, customs, thinking system and value. It is common today that the ancient Turkic language, which has been around for 300 years, has a great deal of social studies.

The main point of this paper is that the history of ancient Turkic inscriptions was formed 4-5 centuries before the Scandinavian Rune inscription, and that this subject should still be studied in depth. The article focuses on scientific research from current scientists.


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How to Cite

Yergubekova, Z., & Irisbaeva , Y. (2023). Vintage Inscriptions Similarity. EUROASIA JOURNAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCES & HUMANITIES, 10(31), 62–65.