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Yunus Emre, -1320?

LC control no.n 80162682
Descriptive conventionsrda
LC classificationPL248.Y8
Personal name headingYunus Emre, -1320?
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Variant(s)Эмре, Юунус, -1320?
Юунус Эмре, -1320?
امره, يونس, -1320?
يونس أمره, -1320?
Ėmra, I︠U︡nus, -1320?
Ėmre, I︠U︡nus, -1320?
Ėmre, I︠U︡unus, -1320?
Emre, Jonuz, -1320?
Emre, Yunus, -1320?
Imră, I̐unus, -1320?
I︠U︡nus Ėmra, -1320?
I︠U︡nus Ėmre, -1320?
I̐unus Imră, -1320?
I︠U︡unus Ėmre, -1320?
Jonuz Emre, -1320?
Younous Emré, -1320?
Yunus Emre, d. 1320?
Associated countryTurkey
Death date1320?
Field of activitySufism
Sufi poetry
Profession or occupationPoets Mystics
Special noteMachine-derived non-Latin script reference project.
Non-Latin script references not evaluated.
Found inHis Poèmes, 1949.
Ishq asiri bŭlgan zhon, 1996: p. 3 (I︠U︡nus Ėmra)
Ġu̇ldăstă, 1992: t.p. (I̐unus Imră)
Jonuz Emre, 1999: p. 193 (Yunus Emre) p. 197 (lived and worked during the 13th-14th century)
Yunus Emre, 1991: t.p. (Yunus Emre; = I︠U︡unus Ėmre) cover ( = I︠U︡nus Ėmre)
Wikipedia, Sep. 8, 2014 (Yunus Emre; 1240?-1321?; Turkish poet and Sufi mystic; he has been influential on Turkish literature to the present day; among the first known poets to have composed works in the spoken Turkish of his age and region rather than Persian or Arabic)
Info. from field 678, Sep. 8, 2014 (d. 720 (1320))
Associated languagetur