Oghuz Khagan or Oghuz Khan (Turkmen: Oguz han; Turkish: Oğuz Kağan) is a legendary and semi- mythological(Turkic mythology) khan of the Turkic peoples. Some Turkic cultures use this legend to describe their ethnic origins and the origin of the system of political clans used by Turkmen, Ottoman, and other Oghuz Turks. The various versions of the narrative preserved in many different manuscripts has been published in numerous languages as listed below in the references. The narrative is often entitled Oghuznama, or narrative of the Oghuz.

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  • Oghuz Khagan or Oghuz Khan (Turkmen: Oguz han; Turkish: Oğuz Kağan) is a legendary and semi- mythological(Turkic mythology) khan of the Turkic peoples. Some Turkic cultures use this legend to describe their ethnic origins and the origin of the system of political clans used by Turkmen, Ottoman, and other Oghuz Turks. The various versions of the narrative preserved in many different manuscripts has been published in numerous languages as listed below in the references. The narrative is often entitled Oghuznama, or narrative of the Oghuz. (en)
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  • Oghuz Khagan or Oghuz Khan (Turkmen: Oguz han; Turkish: Oğuz Kağan) is a legendary and semi- mythological(Turkic mythology) khan of the Turkic peoples. Some Turkic cultures use this legend to describe their ethnic origins and the origin of the system of political clans used by Turkmen, Ottoman, and other Oghuz Turks. The various versions of the narrative preserved in many different manuscripts has been published in numerous languages as listed below in the references. The narrative is often entitled Oghuznama, or narrative of the Oghuz. (en)
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