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Turkmen carpets historical records
Most of the Turkmen tribes quarterstaff, Google, and Salyr Saryq piece form.

is nomadic.
The economic foundation of life, most Turkmen, like all nomads, animal husbandry. However, geographical and political situation sometimes provide better facilities such as agriculture.Therefore, the only remaining examples or event or a stranger with wonder and admiration goes to them, of considerable time is kept from harm. The most ancient specimens of the twelfth century (eighteenth century) will not be back, and for this reason, the history of Turkmen carpet is basically clear.
Among the various tribes that had prevailed in the carpet (in centuries past) just to name three tribes of ancient remains that the carpet is Skhtn: Salour, Chdr (Jvldr, Dvldr) and Aymdly (Emory, Almvr).
Turkmen Carpets old and most of the nineteenth century, remains. While carpet has not been approved in some Turkmen tribes, sub-tribes of the ancient being, they are bigger and stronger than all the carpets are woven.
Because large tribe Salour pieces (which is derived from the tribe Salour), Saryk, quarterstaff and Arsary and Chdr States have been the oldest carpet in them, and each of them has spread to tribal motifs (Totem) have .
History of Turkmen carpet is a reflection of the history of this nation. As on date, no tribal can not be said with certainty, expressed by Turkoman carpets Turkoman rugs are also not perfect overall pattern shows no drastic changes, remains the case of duplicate. The role of more than six hundred years, and many miniatures are reflecting the seventh century AD onward. The oldest carpet in the world is a recurring role, it must be admitted that the Turkmen were left in a primitive stage.
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