As there was a myth that the Crimean Tatars did not eat bread and did not drink water

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As there was a myth that the Crimean Tatars did not eat bread and Written sources of the XVI—XVIII centuries did not drink water provide to readers many data on a life, customs, customs and military tactics of the Crimean Tatars — one of the most interesting ethnoses of the Crimean peninsula. Perhaps, the most detailed data on them were left by the well-known Turkish traveler Evliya Chelebi who several times has visited in Republic of Crimea the XVII century. It described the impressions of these trips in ten-volume to "The travel book" — "Seyakhatnam"...

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Bronevsky Martin
Kizilov Mikhail
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Republic of Crimea
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