Tarjan (título)

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Tarjan (en persa: ترخان; chino: 达 干; árabe: طرخان; deletreos alternativos Tarkhaan, Tarqan, Tarchan, Tarxan, Tarcan o Targan) es un antiguo título de Asia central utilizado por diversos por los pueblos Indo-Europeos (es decir, Iraníes y Tocarios) y altaicos (es decir, turco y mongol), especialmente en la época medieval, y destaca entre los sucesores del Imperio Mongol.[1] [2] [3] [4]

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  1. Qarīb, Badr-az-Zamān. 1995. Sogdian dictionary: Sogdian - Persian - English. Tehran: Farhangan Publ.
  2. Central Asiatic Journal, O. Harrassowitz, 1993, v. 37, University of Michigan
  3. Agustí Alemany, Sources on the Alans, Brill Academic Publishers, 2000. Excerpt from page 328: " Abaev considers this word (lacking in a Turco-Mongolian etymology), as well Old Hungarian tarchan “olim judex”, borrowing from Scythians (Alans) *tarxan “judge” -> Ossetian. Taerxon “argument, trial”; cf. the Ossete idioms taerxon kaenyn “to judge” (+ kӕnyn “to do”) and tӕrxon lӕg “judge” (+l ӕg man). Iron ævzag
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    • Vámbéry, Ármin, "History of Bokhara from the Earliest Period Down to the Present", H.S. King & Co
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    • Han-Woo, Choi; "A Study of the Ancient Turkic TARQAN", Handong University