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Turkic Languages Of The East European Karaites

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This section provides a list of books and journals on the subject of Turkic languages of the East European Karaites. It is divided into the following sub-sections: bibliographies, general works on Karaite Turkic languages, the Karaim Language, and Crimean Tatar (Judeo-Tatar). Most contemporary East European Karaites and many East European scholars of Karaism subscribe to the theory of the Turkic origins of the Karaites and deny any connection with the Jewish communities in their environs. Most Western scholars, on the other hand, insist that the East European Karaites are Semitic in origin and originated in the Middle East.

Keywords:East European Karaites; Jewish language; Turkic languages



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