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KCI등재 학술저널

돌궐비문에 등장하는 타타브(Tatabї)의 實體에 대한 一考察

地豆于·霫·白霫과의 연관성을 중심으로

The inscriptions Küli-Čor, Kül-Tegin(?~A.D.731), and Bilgä Qaγan, A.D.716~734) in the Turkish Second Empire period contain the Tatabil tribe, apparently a nomadic tribe in the Eastern Mongol area. Most scholars studying the Turks and Kitans about this tribal reality interpret Tatabï as Dad-pyi(奚族). However, the phonemes Tatabï and Dad-pyi are clearly word-for-word and do not correspond to Komokhai(Kümöhei, 庫莫奚), He(奚), or He-tse(奚子) with any phonological changes. Dad-pyi(地豆于) is a tribal name that appears in the Northern Wei(北魏). It resides in the present-day Silingol area. In 479, Goguryeo and Juan-Juan(柔然) are related to our ancient history so that they Simulate territorial division of Dad-pyi. In addition, Baishi(白霫) and Shi(霫) are considered to be the descendants of Dad-pyi in the period of the Turkic Second Empire. This paper examines the relationship between Tatabï and Dad-pyi, and between Dad-pyi and Goguryeo.

1. 머리말

2. 타타브(Tatabï)와 地豆于의 실체

3. 地豆于와 고구려

4. 맺는 말

5. 참고문헌

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