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Iranian (persian) Ethnicity, Dance, clothes, traditions

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  • The origin of the word "Turkmen" remains unclear. According to popular etymologies as old as the eleventh century, the word derives from Turk plus the Iranian language element manand , and means "resembling a Turk." The Turkmans are an ethnic minority who speak the Turkish language. The area is a fertile plain near the Iranian border with the Republic of Turkmenistan. They are the descendants of Central Asian Turks, who retained their ethnic identity during the Mongol invasion. They were divided among Iran, Russia and Afghanistan in 1885. The Turkmen were mainly a nomadic people for most of their history and they were not settled in cities and towns until the advent of the Soviet system of government, which severely restricted freedom of movement and collectivized nomadic herdsmen by the 1930s. Many pre-Soviet cultural traits have survived in Turkmen society however and have recently undergone a kind of revival.

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