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Baryk II

Baryk II
Signature Tyva8
Further names E-6, Barlık II, Barlyk II, Baryq II
Region Tyva Republic, Russia
GPS Coordinates No exact coordinates available
Present location National Museum of the Republic Tyva
Date Not known
Historical affiliation Yenisei Kyrgyz
Deciphered Yes
Characters 78
Glyphs 28
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The inscription was found by Klementz in 1891 at the river Baryk, a tributary of the Big Yenisei. The stone was transported to the National Museum of the Republic Tyva by Batmanov in 1961. It measures 151 x 52 x 25 centimetres.

Editions: Radloff (1895: 308-309), Orkun (1940: 62, 66), Malov (1952: 21-22), Batmanov, Aragači, Babuškin (1962: 36), Batmanov, Kunaa (1963a: 29-30), Vasil'ev (1983: 17, 59, 87), Kormušyn (1986), Kormušin (1997: 205-207), Amanžolov (2003: 115-116), Bazïlxan (2005: 175; 327), Kormušin (2008: 96-97), Yıldırım, Aydın, Alimov (2013: 33-34), Kormuşin, Mozioğlu, Alimov, Yıldırım (2016: 65-66)

Transliteration

  1. kẄnItIrg : ẄčYŝmDA : KngšIz : BWLDm
  2. kẄlẄgṬWṬwK[1] : Ičm[2] : kIŝI : KILDI
  3. BWngWšWz : rdA : bn : rdm
  4. KWYDAKI : KWYmGA : DRLDm : pmA

Transcription

  1. köni tirig üč yašïmda qaŋsïz boldïm
  2. külüg totoq ečim kiši qïldï
  3. buŋusuz ärdä bän ärdim
  4. quydaqï qunǰuyïmγa adrïldïm

Translation

  1. [I am] Köni Tirig. I was bereft of my father at the age of three.
  2. My elder brother, Külüg Totok, brought me up.
  3. My manhood time was without grief.
  4. I departed from my consort in the secluded place.

Comments

  1. The initial <k> is no longer visible on the stone.
  2. See Erdal (2002: 62) on the letter for <č>.

Inventory of glyphs

A  
B  
b  
č  
D  
d  
g  
G  
I  
K  
k  
wK  
L  
l  
m  
n  
ng  
 
W  
Ẅ  
R  
r  
š  
ŝ  
t  
Ṭ  
Y  
z  

Pictures and drawings

Radlov (1893: LXXVII)  
Batmanov, Kunaa (1963a: 29)  
Vasil'ev (1983: 59)  
Bazïlxan (2005: 327)  

References

Amanžolov, Altaj Sersanovič 2003. Istorija i teorija drevnetjurkskogo pis'ma. Almaty: Mektep. Yenisei, Orkhon, Talas

Batmanov, Igor' Alekseevič & Aragači, Z. B. & Babuškin, G. F. 1962. Sovremennaja i drevnjaja jeniseika. Frunze: Izdatel'stvo akademii nauk kirgizskoj SSR. Yenisei

Batmanov, Igor' Alekseevič & Kunaa, Aleksandr Čajbarovič 1963a. Pamjatniki drevnetjurkskoj pis'mennosti tuvy 2. Kyzyl: Tuvinskoe knižnoe izdatel'stvo. Yenisei

Bazïlxan, Näpil (ed.) 2005. Qazaqstan tariyxï turalï türki derektemeleri II: Köne türik bitiktastarï men yeskertkišteri (Orxon, Yenisey, Talas). Almatï: Dayk-Press. Yenisei, Talas, Orkhon

Erdal, Marcel 2002. Anmerkungen zu den Jenissei-Inschriften. In Splitter aus der Gegend von Turfan. Festschrift für Peter Zieme anlässlich seines 60. Geburtstags (Türk Dilleri Araştırmaları Dizisi 35), Mehmet Ölmez & Simone-Christiane Raschmann (ed.), 51-73. İstanbul & Berlin: M. Ölmez.

Yenisei

Kormušin, Igor' Valentinovič 1986. Tekstologičeskie razyskanija v oblasti jenisejskoj runiki (K voprosu o ženskix pominatel'nyx nadpisjax). In Turcologica 1986. K vos'midesjatiletiju akademika A. N. Kononova, (ed.), 165-171. Leningrad: Nauka.

Yenisei

Kormušin, Igor' Valentinovič 1997. Tjurkskie enisejskie ėpitafii: teksty i issledovanija. Moskva: Nauka. Yenisei

Kormušin, Igor' Valentinovič 2008. Tjurkskie enisejskie ėpitafii: grammatika, tekstologija. Moskva: Nauka. Yenisei

Kormuşin, İgor & Mozioğlu, Emine & Alimov, Risbek & Yıldırım, Fikret 2016. Yenisey - Altay - Kırgızistan Yazıtları ve Kâǧıda Yazılı Runik Belgeler. Ankara: BilgeSu. Yenisei, Talas, Turkestan

Orkun, Hüseyin Namık 1940. Eski Türk Yazıtları 3. İstanbul: Devlet Basımevi. Yenisei

Radlov, Vasilij Vasil'evič 1893. Atlas drevnostej Mongolii 2. Sanktpeterburg: Nauka. Yenisei, Orkhon

Radloff, Wilhelm 1895. Die alttürkischen Inschriften der Mongolei. St. Petersburg: Buchdruckerei der Kaiserlichen Akademie der Wissenschaften. Yenisei, Orkhon

Vasil'ev, Dmitrij Dmitrievič 1983. Korpus tjurkskix runičeskix pamjatnikov bassejna Eniseja. Leningrad: Nauka. Yenisei

Yıldırım, Fikret & Aydın, Erhan & Alimov, Risbek 2013. Yenisey - Kırgızistan Yazıtları ve Irk Bitig. Ankara: BilgeSu. Yenisei, Talas, Turkestan