THE TONYUKUK AND AN ANCIENT TURK’S STATE IDEOLOGY OF “MANGILIK EL”

Authors

  • Nurtas B. SMAGULOV, Aray K. ZHUNDIBAYEVA, Satay M. SIZDIKOV, Arap S. YESPENBETOV, Ardak K. KAPYSHEV

Abstract

Purpose of the study. Studying and evaluating the activities of Tonykuk, who was the state
adviser to the Second Turkic Kaganate, the main ideologist responsible for the ideological
activities of the Kaganate from 682 to 745, is an urgent problem of historical science. In the
years 646-725 he worked as an adviser on political and cultural issues of the three Kagan.
The work reveals the essence of the secrets of the activities of Tonykuk, who was a state
adviser and chairman of the Supreme Court. The purpose of the study is to analyze the activities of Tonykuk and identify the origin of the national idea of all ethnic groups living in
Kazakhstan.
Methodology. In the course of work, historical archives were studied, as well as the strodes
of historians involved in the issues of the Turkic Kaganate. The paper analyzes the ethnic
origin, ethnogenesis, tribal composition, state structure of the ancient Turks.
Main findings. The article reveals the essence of the secrets of the activities of Tonykuk,
who was a state adviser and chairman of the Supreme Court.
Social Implications. The study shows how the nationwide idea of all the ethnic groups
inhabiting Kazakhstan was born.
Originality/Novelty of the study. Currently, there is relatively little research into the
activities of Tonykuk as a historical figure. Comprehensive studies of the origin of the
national idea of all ethnic groups inhabiting Kazakhstan in the context of historical events and
activities of Tonykuk were not found in the analysis of previous studies.

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Published

2020-12-04

How to Cite

Nurtas B. SMAGULOV, Aray K. ZHUNDIBAYEVA, Satay M. SIZDIKOV, Arap S. YESPENBETOV, Ardak K. KAPYSHEV. (2020). THE TONYUKUK AND AN ANCIENT TURK’S STATE IDEOLOGY OF “MANGILIK EL”. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 9283 - 9306. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2412